When I first started in direct sales, I struggled to focus on daily tasks. I tried using a regular planner to organize my business to-do list, but I needed more room to write. So I created this direct sales planner printable worksheet to keep me organized.
I found myself showing some other Boss Babes in my company, and the ladies loved it! I was surprised, because I just made it for my own use.
If you love to write down your day like I do, download the Free Daily Direct Sales Printable Worksheet.
I usually start my day by identifying the top three priority tasks that MUST get done that day. I write them in the “Top 3 Priorities” section.
From there, I add all my events and activities with their times on the “Today’s Agenda” lines, leaving room for the free time between events.
Then I focus on finding an appropriate affirmation for the day. I like to coordinate my social media posts to match the affirmation. For example, if today’s affirmation is “I am a magnet for free-flowing money,” I will find a quote that deals with financial abundance to post to Facebook. Then later, I may post a photo of something I was able to invest in because of the money that flows through my business.
Finally, I fill in my other income producing activities: calling, emailing, or messaging customers and prospects, following up with current customers, training my team, and posting about my products and services.
Stephanie is a working wife + mom, blogger, and owner of PinUpGirlBeauty.com. When she is not working or writing, she can usually be found leading book clubs, working out, organizing charity events, and taking hot, relaxing bubble baths. She lives in the Washington, DC Metro area with her husband and their amazing four year old son.
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