Focus board for your direct sales business

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So i wanted to show you something I am doing. I wanted to be able to have my whole month in front of me. Along with some planning on the side. So this is what you see:

HOSTESSES: for this month and next
TOP LEFT: my word for 2015. INTENTIONAL
New Recruits: just so i know who to check in on a little more often
IDEAS: things I’m toying with. Things I don’t want to forget about but are not priority right now
EVENTS: events I’m attending this month: home shows/vendor events/launch parties/personal
NEED TO: things I need to get done but aren’t a huge priority immediately
MONTHS: April/May/June/July: holidays, themes, nurses week (EX), gift giving months, 31 events, life events, etc. This is a planner. Focus on what’s coming and what’s going on
MONTHLY FOCUS: each month I pick an area to work on in my business. And I hammer it out hard. Any extra time I spend on this. Researching, fixing, updating, etc.

It’s all about 100% focus. If I get off track I can look at this board and say, ok…what can i work on. I saw something similar at Leadership Council from Melissa Kaule, and really liked the idea of it. So I just love it. I love being able to just look up and see it ALL. FOCUS!! One more thing I’m going to add is PROJECTS (mostly for video ideas and team trainings) 🙂
So what do you think? What would you put on your board? What is your focus?

Melissa Fietsam, Ind. Senior Executive Director at Thirty-One Gifts

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2 thoughts on “Focus board for your direct sales business

    Gina Garcia said:
    April 13, 2015 at 4:30 pm

    I LOVE THIS!!! I love the death by chocolate idea, & I LOVE HOW YOU ENCOURAGE US TO BE SUCCESSFUL!!! I have so much respect for you!! Im am thankful to you for sharing with us, it seems like many consultants prefer to keep their secrets to success quite secret!!

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