Today those numbers have grown and become adversely disproportional. Now you have to talk to 100 people to get 5 sales.
Darryl A. Barrs, Sr.
the winter cold winds are
Springdown the air and that means beaches, green lawns and
and we envision sunny
beautiful flower beds. The ecological and biological indicators are
visible in the blossoming of plants, the hatching of young fowls,
and the unique smell of the soil that has reached the perfect temperature for micro flora to flourish. Everything falls in place and
in order just like a clock - nature has turned the hands of time to
Spring, a season of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, and regrowth.
Spring affords us all the opportunity to do better and be better personally and professionally. Finding areas in need of improvement
is easy, actually making the improvement is a task that escapes
us and we find ourselves facing another Winter no better than we
were the same time last year. Let’s make this Spring revitalizing by
truly making our desired improvements, realizing - It’s About Time.
Time is our greatest gift from God. It is what makes us all truly
equal. It is what makes us all the same. God gave us all 24 hours
in a day. He did not give some 18 hours, others 10, or special
people 36 hours in a day. We all receive 24 hours each and every
day. What we do with our time, our precious gift from God, is what
differentiates us one from another.
It truly is harder to do business today but not impossible. With
modern technology it is easier to reach 100 people than it was
years ago. If you make the 100 contacts you will make the 5 sales.
How many sales you make depends solely on how much of your
time you allocate to making the 100 needed contact. You contact
100 people a day – you make 5 sales a day. You contact 100 people a week – you make 5 sales a week. You contact 100 people a
month – you make 5 sales a month. No magic formula, no special
secret. It’s About Time.
You have got to put the time in to be successful at anything. Look
around at all the successful people in all different arenas and facets of life. You can bet assured on one thing… they all put the
needed time in to be successful.
In life there are many things competing for our time and as we dibup our time we find very little time left to do things, mainly those
things we have identified as important to us. You will be surprise
of the activities that steal most of our time in a day, making us less
productive and disabling us from reaching our goals. Top culprits
of such activities are: Sleep, Television, Friends, and Social Media.
Remember we all are only given 24 hours in each and every day.
Consider how much of your 24 hours you spend engaging in the
above mentioned activities. How much of that time could you allocate toward reaching your personal and professional goals. Are
you willing to wake-up 5 a.m.? Are you willing to work 12 hour
work days? Are you willing to turn off the television and give that
time to your goal? The difference in those who succeed in life verses those who don’t is in most cases simply the amount of time they
allocate to their success. It’s About Time.
Personally, if it is your goal to lose weight, you know there are
some basic principles to aid you in reaching your goal. One is exercise. Walking is one of the many exercises that can produce the
desired results. If you walk for one hour any day - whether morning, noon, or evening, you will achieve your goal of losing weight.
How much weight you lose and how fast you lose it depends solely
on how much of your time you allocate toward your goal. No magic
formula, no special secret. It’s About Time.
Professionally, if it is your desired goal to gain more customers,
clients, or sales; again there are some basic principles to aid you in
reaching your goal. Marketing is a fancy term we use today where
back in the day we simply said ‘go out and get customers by telling them about your business.’ I remember a day not too far gone
when if you talked to 10 people you would make at least 3 sales.
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