To get the most out of your sales day, create a “Recurring To Do List”, with separate categories labeled Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Ongoing. Place all of your regular to-dos in the appropriate category.
For example, if you need to complete 10 new sales contacts each day to reach your sales quota, list it in the Daily category. If you want to connect with one new social network contact each week, put it on the Weekly category. Microsoft OneNote is a great software program to enter and track your progress.
As you check things off your lists, not only will you gain an incredible sense of accomplishment, but you will be well on your way to achieving your goals and objectives!
For more information and detailed instructions on how you should organize your time to maximize your sales results, check out my book, check out Action Plan For Sales Success. It includes specific techniques and tools that you can use to impact your sales immediately.
Remember as Brian Jeffrey said, “We can’t manage time, but we can manage ourselves. So time management is self management.” More motivational quotes here.