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What is your most valuable resource?. Clue #1…it can be invested, or spent but will never grow Clue #2…it is the best kept secret of the truly wealthy Clue#3…it is more valuable than $$ money. Answer…..Time. This is not a class about “how to use a planner or making a “to do” list.

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What is your most valuable resource?

Clue #1…it can be invested, or spent but will never grow

Clue #2…it is the best kept secret of the truly wealthy

Clue#3…it is more valuable than $$ money


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Answer…..Time

  • This is not a class about

    “how to use a planner or making a

    “to do” list.

  • It is about making your time work for you

  • It is about being a wise steward over your greatest resource.


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Do the right activities to get the right results

  • What is your most important, immediate goal?

  • What is your most important, immediate need?

  • Who are the people that can help you get there?


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Doing the right activities

  • What are the 5 most important things that you could do to reach your immediate goal?

  • What are the 5 most important things that you could do to have your immediate need met?


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Our survey says…

  • Prospecting and recruiting/Fast Start

  • Follow up training

  • Follow up phone calls

  • Opportunity meetings

  • Unit meetings

    These were the most

    popular answers.


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Time Flies when…..

  • What are you spending your time doing?

  • If you could eliminate a time thief, what would it be?

  • Make your “stop doing” list


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How much time?....

Prospecting and recruiting

  • Daily, use of the power of three/Master Prospecting

  • Have your “stuff” prepared. Set aside 1 hr. per week for prep time.

    • Recruiting Materials

    • Mini Kits

    • Samples

    • Business Cards


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How much time?

Follow up training

  • Do in groups as much as possible

  • Consistency is key

  • More than 1 is worth it

  • Always schedule a follow up the week following the appointment


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How much time?...

Follow up phone calls

  • You will need to do a phone follow up for a minimum of four campaigns for every new recruit

  • Schedule daily phone time even if it is 15 min.

  • Develop a new rep. leader/Admin. Asst.


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How much time?...

More Meetings

  • Every thing you do for one you can do for many ….meeting are key to managing your massive business

    Use T.L.C.

    TALK LEADERSHIP CONTINUALLY


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How much time?

Unit Meetings

  • Start with one per month

    • Partner with other unit Leaders

  • Prep time is about 2 hours

  • Utilize your Upline and your District Sales Manager

  • Do not re-invent the wheel

    • Use the tools Avon has provided


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Welcome to Calendar Management 101

  • Work three months ahead

  • Use one calendar for everything

  • Be flexible…that’s why we use a pencil

  • Adopt the attitude…”Schedule it and they will come”- “ink it don’t think it”

  • Let’s sharpen our pencils and begin.


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A month at a glance

  • Pencil in the “non negotiable” items, i.e.. work, school, Dr. appts. Children’s activities…

  • Pencil in District meetings

  • Pencil in vacation or time away

  • Pencil in time to learn the tools of your trade.

  • Pencil in time to nourish your spirit.


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People who need people…

  • The “who” is more important than the “what”

  • Keep a list of “who” you will work with for the month

  • Target those who are willing to move forward in their business

  • Practice the 80/20 rule


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Living the calendar

  • Change isn’t easy, it takes discipline

  • New shoes have a breaking in period before they are comfortable

  • Comes with a 45 day money back guarantee!


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Benefits

  • Leadership representative:

    Continuously taking positive steps forward in their business. Gives them a sense of control.

    Goal achievement.

    There is a steady, consistent growth in their business.

  • Manager: Gain greater, more consistent results, more follow up and training takes place; reducing turnover. Easy to duplicate.


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Time Is On Our Side

  • “We cannot change yesterday. We can only make the most of today, and look with hope toward tomorrow”


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