Why single minded focus is required while building your business ?
Rhinos are huge animals. When they charge, they’re fast.
They lower their head and charge with a single-minded focus that is virtually unmatched in the animal kingdom.
So must our focus be when it comes to our network marketing business.
Maintaining a single-minded focus (when working your business) can enable you to attract and sponsor many serious prospects. Don’t hop from one deal to another. Don’t go somewhere where the grass is greener.
Trust me, it’s one of the most important things you can do to increase your sponsoring success.
If you struggle with this, here’s an easy fix: schedule yourself.
Schedule your prospecting time, your follow-ups, all your business activity and stick to your schedule. If you have prospecting time scheduled, prospect. Don’t check email and facebook or do other things at the same time. Here your morning ritual will help you.
Don’t fall into the trap of having your attention diverted by distractions. There are lots of Guru Launches happening to distract you from focusing on real business building activities.
Instead, be disciplined. Those other tasks can wait until their scheduled time. If you try and do too many things at once, you’ll do all of them poorly and you’ll lose your momentum and become inefficient.
Don’t “major in the minors.”
You can blow through countless valuable hours by chitchatting, gossiping, facebooking and sharpening your pencils.
You can make those hours pay off and spend them in front of prospects (either on the phone or in person) or generating new business.
Yes, it pays to be organized and I’m not saying that charting progress isn’t a good thing but allocate your time and stick to your schedule.
Devote the majority of your time to prospecting and generating new business. Talking to new people, plugging them into information on your opportunity and products, and following-up.
Use a planner and schedule the time that you devote to your business and stick to it. Make it a point to schedule clerical stuff outside of normal prospecting hours.
Too many networkers waste truckloads of valuable prospecting time on organizational activities. They’re busy.. they feel like they’re working.
And they are.
Trouble is, they’re busy working on the wrong things and wondering why they aren’t making money.
Sit down and map out how you’re spending your week when it comes to your business.
How much time are you allocating to generating new business? What might you do to free up more time for that activity?
Force yourself to FOCUS and approach your business building with the single minded charge of a RHINO.
Some days, it all goes wrong.
That’s ok. Everybody has their bad days.
Just don’t get derailed. Get back on track as soon as possible, and make each day a focused charge to success.
You can do it.