Tips to Manage Your Time

If you are like most people you don’t have much time to devote to anything else. You are working a full-time job and trying to make some extra money with a network marketing company and it seems all of your time is consumed.
The key to time management and to build a long term business is consistency. It’s not about spending all of your waking hours in a day on your business. It is about being productive with them time that you have and do this over and over again.
You really only need 1 hour per day to devote to your company. The great thing about social media is you can work at your business early in the morning or late at night. Or anytime that you find the time.
Below I discuss a powerful daily method of operation that you should concentration on in that hour.

Spend 5-10 minutes a day finding high quality prospects to talk to.

This by far is the most important step. Make sure you look at your prospects profile. See what they are posting. You are looking for leaders, not just people. If you see a lot of negativity on their page that is a good indication that you need to move on. If they are bashing Network Marketing, you don’t want to spend a lot of time on people that are not going to be open to what you have to share with them. 

Spend 15 minutes reaching out and creating relationships with these people.

Reach out to these people. Send them a friend request first.  Start a conversation.  Find out where there strengths and weaknesses are. See if they are open to making some extra money if it doesn’t interfere with what they are currently doing. You will find there are a lot of people that will open up to you and you will be able to find a need.

Do this 2-3 times per day.

As I said earlier, be consistent in what you are doing. Make sure you repeat your process at least 2-3 times per day. The more people you connect with, the quicker your business will grow.

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