Monday, 3 June
Today's Topic
Just get ONE meeting today.

Skill + Do

You are so much better at prospecting than you think you are!

Sure, you lay off it for a few days and then you get rusty…and then it’s daunting to restart.

Totally understandable.

It’s not the rejection that is the obstacle for you – heck, you’ve dealt with rejection your entire career – it’s just hard getting to the point where prospecting is a habit.

To help you develop that prospecting habit, focus on incrementality.

There’s a perception that prospecting requires big chunks of time because, supposedly, momentum comes when you stick with it and find your groove. But that may not work for you. Time demands and daily pressures make it such that if you can squeeze in 30 minutes of prospecting here or there, you will still be able to fill your calendar.

Try stuffing as many 30-minute blocks of prospecting into your week as possible.

If you commit a 30-minute prospecting block each day, that’s a total of two-and-a-half hours a week of prospecting…out of, let’s say, a 50-hour work week, that’s 5% of your week. Only you can answer if that’s enough to get you into the TOP 10%…but it’s a darn good start!

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