Time Management Contents Effective Diary Management Productive Time Management How to Manage Your Days Minimum Levels of Activity Effective Diary Management
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Effective Diary Management
Productive Time Management
How to Manage Your Days
Minimum Levels of Activity
Your business diary ( A4 RULED 1DAY/PAGE) must be used to its full ability at all times, there are no excuses for not planning and maintaining your diary correctly.
You must use your diary for the following:
Your diary should be full at all times, regardless of whether you have any appointments or not. If you have a clear day, fill the time slots with tasks that you have to do and reminders of any calls that you have to make.
Each Franchisees diary will be checked on a regular basis to ensure that effective diary use is present in every Franchise territory.
You must make sure that you make the most of your working day, a loss of
time means a loss of income.
If you have an appointment, conduct board canvassing before and after it, if an
appointment is cancelled don’t mope around get out there and get more
appointments by canvassing.
Do not waste any time doing admin tasks, these can wait until the evening
Initially you must focus on canvassing and marketing your company in
the area, if you do not, you will struggle to succeed.
Each working day must be planned. Sit down over the weekend
and plan the coming weeks activity.
Where you already have appointments booked arrange to conduct your canvassing in the area around that property.
Do not waste time travelling from one side of an area to the other, and then back again.
Instead book your appointments so that they are near to each other, then go to the appointment that is furthest away.
PLAN YOUR WORK & WORK YOUR PLAN