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Winding down or gearing up November 21, 2011

Posted by trainingsolutionshlc in Uncategorized.
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Instinctively we all seem to be on a school schedule whether we have kids or not.  We become energized in September with the start of a new year; similar to January.  We are reminded of the clean notebooks and sharpened pencils ready to create new business and achieve our goals.

 

In summer we slow down because ah it’s the lazy hazy days of summer; vacation time and re-energizing.  Now it’s almost the holidays and we can’t do a lot of work because well it’s the holidays and people aren’t working now are they?

 

As Chersaid to Nicholas Cage in one of my favorite movies, “Moonstruck”, Snap out of it!  There is still lots of money to be had, business to be done, and new business to be created.  This doesn’t even include the planning to get ready for next year.

 

People are still finding jobs, clients still want products, and work is still going on.  Here are a few reminders of things to do.

 

  1. Reconnect      with past clients check on how they are doing and what they might need.
  2. Network      for results.  Keep going to      networking events with a purpose.
  3. Let      clients know of any new products.
  4. Create      new products and sell them.
  5. Continue      blogging and using social networking.
  6. Review      your year end goals and kick it up a notch to achieve it.
  7. Identify      new ways to work and sell

 

Finish the year with gusto and start next year even better.

 

 

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