Set Your Targets

It’s a simple fact. You can’t expect sales to improve if you’re not prioritizing your time in the right places. So what can you do differently? Here are some ideas:

  1. Decide what you want to achieve. Pinpoint it exactly. How much and when?
  2. List the tasks you need to complete. Goals don’t achieve themselves. List all tasks needed to make your goal a reality.
  3. Create deadlines. Put it in your calendar and take progressive action.
  4. Hold yourself responsible. Only you control your destiny, and your sales!

If you want to grow your sales, you need to focus on what you know you can do and what you want to do. Setting goals, even if you don’t accomplish them every time, helps to keep you focused and keeps your sights set on a brighter horizon.

Food for thought.

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