The One Half Dozen Things
The 1/2 Dozen Things
by Michael S. Clouse
If leadership can only exist when people are willing to follow, we must
be asking ourselves, "Why would someone want to follow me?" And the
answer is, "Because you're doing the 1/2 dozen things!"
So what are the 1/2 dozen things that will make 80% of the difference?
Take a look...
1) Using your personal success planner, focus on your goals for
15-minutes each day!
2) Listen to 30-minutes of an audiotape every day! Remember...
Prospecting—find 'em. Presentation—enroll 'em. And Duplication—turn 'em
into leaders who can do the same. Focus on one area of growth monthly.
3) Read ten pages of a good book every day. Remember if you can read and
you do not, you are illiterate by choice! The Nexera "Your Library" link
offers a great selection.
4) Expose two new prospects every working day—using a system anyone can
duplicate—audiotape, videotape, CD-ROM, two-on-one, or live event. To
learn how, listen again, and again, and again to "Prospecting 101" now
available through the Nexera™ Success Store.
5) Follow-up with your prospects... Using your personal success planner
6) Follow-through with your distributors—those you've selected as
potential leaders. Meet with them weekly for the first year—at the
weekly event, and invest quality time one-on-one. Because this business
is not about getting them in, it's about keeping them in. And they're
not "in" until they're involved.
You do not need to work everyday—but on the days you do work, these are
the 1/2 dozen things you must find a way to accomplish. Remember: Easy
to do! Easy not to do!
For the next 90 days experience success by doing the 1/2 dozen things
every day, and watch your business multiply.
All the best,
Copyright 2002 by Michael S. Clouse.
Michael S. Clouse
Editor-in-Chief, Nexera e-News™.
Former Editor-in-Chief, Upline® Journal.
University of Illinois at Chicago
Certified Network Marketing Professional.
Author of Future Choice, Building Your Empire,
Seven Prospecting Secrets, Business Is Booming!
Prospecting 101, and The TeleCoaching Workshop.
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