What have you done in the last 30 days to…

August 4, 2009 by Shirleen Von Hoffmann Leave a reply »

42-15641227Improve your Sales?

Improve yourself ?

Improve your income?

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12 Responses

  1. Bill Carter says:

    I made several calls this week to new customers, followed up with several existing customers about a new product that we are introducing to our market. I prepared a list of first contacts for our Angel Vision Release at the end of the month. I purchased some stock that I have kept my eye on for the last several weeks. Finally I have plans for camping at Maroon Bells for the weekend.

  2. Stephen Hart says:

    Traditional and effective things – I’ve made calls, met people, won busines then I made a phone call that was eighteen years in the waiting and has answered some very old questions and made someone very happy.

    Great question Shirleen – what did you do?

    Stephen Hart
    Owner at Edenchanges
    Coach, Trainer, Public Speaker

  3. Rusty Alban says:

    1) Created an on-line prescence – website, Twitter, LinkedIn
    2) Improved my financial situation – moved money around in retirement accounts
    3) Got reconnected with several former collegues
    4) Made anniversary plans
    5) Arranged birthday plans for my wife and my brother

    Paradigm Sales and Marketing

  4. Rusty, thanks for the response.

    The online presence can be time consuming. I dedicate 15 minutes to each, each day and that seems to work for me. It can take up your whole day if you let it. I think the results of this work are huge. I like how your list included personal and work things. It’s really the key to life balance.

    Wishing you continued success.

  5. Bill,

    Sound like you got alot of things accomplished. Good for you. Hope you see the results work well in your favor. Have Fun Camping!

    Best Wishes!

  6. Stephen,

    Thanks for the response. I am glad you enjoyed the questions. 18 years in the waiting, wow, I thought I could procastinate! LOL I must be honest, there is no way I could tell you all the things I have done in the last 30 days and not totally bore you. Running two businesses, I can tell you it’s too much to keep track of and would tire most people.

    Was fun to hear you made someone happy…

    All the best!

  7. leanne Hoagland Smith says:

    I spoke at 2 events back to back. Continued writing articles and accepted another goal to write 100 articles in 100 days. Secured two new clients. Working on speaking at a conference in Brazil as well as securing my first large international client. We have been dancing for 7 months due to obstacles beyond our control such as a new CEO. Released by first book – Be the Red Jacket in a Sea of Gray Suits, The Keys to Unlocking Sales Success and actively promoting it.

    Leanne Hoagland-Smith
    Chief Results Officer

  8. Leanne,

    Thanks for the comments. I thought I was busy, whosh! That list makes me tired…especially the 100 articles in 100 days…what a challenge. You definately sound like a woman with a real agenda! Something I admire. Good for you and keep taking your vitamins! Love the title of your book.

    All the best,


  9. Warren Williams says:

    Great stuff to all.

    1.Created my Online presence thru Linked and Twitter.
    2.Created my own personal brand.
    3.Had Two interviews for National Account Positions
    4.Created my Tri fold Brochure for a Career Search Direct Mail Campaign
    5.Help assist / raise over $7,000 in “Adopt A Rising Star Program” for kids
    in need of School supplies and Uniforms.
    6. Attended three Networking events.(Facilitate one and Volunteer at One.)
    7. Had a Daddy Day for two days with my daughter.

    Warren Williams
    Business Management Sales Development

  10. Warren,

    Sounds like you had a great month. I think alot of people don’t realize the time involved in branding yourself and doing the whole social network thing right. It does take some time out of your day. But once you have it built, then its just a matter of adding to it each day. I love that your duties are balanced…very Covey like!

    Happy Sales…

  11. Rajeesh Kumar says:

    Great Question Shirleen….I create a few proposals for some projects and went all the way to connecticut to attend a pre-proposal conference.

    Rajeesh Kumar
    CEO at Telemilage

  12. Rajeesh,

    Thanks for the response, glad you enjoyed the post.

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