Daily Charge: How many appointments can you run in a given week?Jun 25, 2020
We are pushing today.
I mean, why not, right?
As you know, we've been hyper focused on productivity through relationships and high levels of client care this week. If (and when) you decide to act on what we've been talking about, a great problem starts to show up...
What happens when you start booking out so many appointments that you can't do everything else?
Let's get into it!
3 IDEAS FROM ME
Stop guessing and assuming outcomes. In fact, detach your definition of success from the lagging results. Instead, tether winning and success to how you perform every day.
There is clarity in chaos. Priorities are clearly identified, menial tasks are defined as mere distractions, and busy-work is discarded without a second thought. Push your production and performance so that you experience that clarity from the chaos.
The path to higher levels of production and performance is found through the allocation and investment of time in relationship cultivation.
2 QUOTES FROM OTHER THOUGHT LEADERS
"If you're not failing, you're not pushing your limits, and if you're not pushing your limits, you're not maximizing your potential."
"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go."
1 QUESTION FOR YOU (and your daily charge)
If you ran at full capacity, how many appointments could you hold?
High levels of production through relationships - that's been the theme of this week and we continue with my challenge for you today. Now, because we are at Thursday, your daily charge is to assess your schedule for next week and pre-block the most number of appointments that you can hold. Include buyers, sellers, business partners, past clients, current clients, and networking opportunities.
And, I bet you can guess what tomorrow's charge will be, right?
Founder of Pillar 9 Coaching
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