You Do What?!!!
by Carmen E Saunders
Have you ever had trouble explaining to anyone what exactly is it that you do?
“Like, I don’t understand”
or how about this one…”What is that”?
As you network and meet different people, for many they may get it but for others, what do you do?
Draw a Triangle!
Serious…you have to understand that some people are visual creatures and so when you start talking all they hear is; blah, blah, blah!
So, for those that are visual, make sure you have the following:
a business card; name, title, company, point of contact! (Tip: on the back of the business card draw a triangle and on each three points write down a specific keyword or picture on what you do)
a flier; fliers are great for visual people! Make sure the colors, fonts, etc. are attracted.
- a website; images are a great deal for visual people, also make sure your website is not full of “stuff”. Keep it organized!
If you want to know more of what I do, keep searching on my site at www.voisllc.com. I’m sure you’ll find some neat stuff!
The Power of a Plan and 30 Days by Direct Selling Education Foundation
There are shelves and shelves of books written to help people succeed. Countless speakers from every persuasion that will show you the “secret to success” and coaches will make sure you get there! Many of them are legitimate. But even with all the help, you will have to do the work yourself to make it happen.
So are you ready to get started? Here are some basic steps, without the bells and whistles, to reaching your goal, along with a plan to help you reach a goal in 30 days.
Step 1 – What do you want or don’t want? Answering this question establishes your goal, either to achieve something or to avoid something. Write it down!
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4 Parts to Beautifully Simple Mastermind Meetings by Michelle Rohr
What one particular thing that happened last week are you most grateful for? What “WINS” did you have?
What one significant lesson or insight did you learn in the past week? How is it going to help you moving forward?
What resource can you recommend to the group? This could be a podcast, book, audiobook, CD, Youtube channel…We each make a note of each other’s recommendation.
You know that task on your to do list that you wish would just go hide away in a corner and die? That’s your frog. It’s a concept from Brian Tracy’s book: Eat That Frog. Your frog is your most difficult, ugly to-do item that – once you “eat it” – everything else you have to get done is easy in comparison. We report on whether or not we completed our frog for last week and we identify our frog for the new week. This is where the value of the group really kicks in because we keep each other accountable.
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