Weekly Planning for Week Starting Monday, _________________

The best time to plan your week is on Sunday evening. It is good practice to set aside a minimum of 20 minutes to schedule your week. There are 3 crucial things that you should do at the beginning of each work week. You must schedule time in your calendar for your business, create action targets and use StepTracker and make a list of who you are going to contact. Every morning continue this process by spending 5 to 10 minutes reviewing your schedule for the day and make any necessary adjustments.

Schedule Time for Your Business
It is important to plan time for your business. Without doing this, it is easy to let days slip by without progress. You can use your own calendar (i.e. Outlook Calendar on your computer, Palm Pilot, calendar of choice) or this simple grid below to block out when you are going to work. Use this calendar to help you determine how much time you have available for your business in an average week. In each square below, write in the number of available hours. How many hours are you dedicating to your business this week? __________ Block out in the grid below the hours that you are committing to your business. Then using the calendar of your choice, schedule in the activities that you are doing in those hours.

MON 6:00 am – 8:00 am

TUE

WED

THUR

FRI

SAT

SUN

TOTAL

8:00 am – 12:00 pm

12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

10:00 pm– 6:00 am

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Define Weekly Targets
Write down what you are going to accomplish this week.

Enroll 1 new distributor Present 3 times this week__

The first question that you need to ask yourself is how many new distributors do you intend to enroll this week?

Prospect 10 people a day ___________________________ ___________________________

Next, you need to ask yourself how many presentations do I need to do to enroll ____ distributors. Be specific and write down action tasks that keep you focused on volume generating activities.

___________________________ ___________________________

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Use StepTracker and Track Your Actions
Through persistent and continuous actions, you can make your business work and reach your personal goals. To do this you must be honest with yourself and evaluate your daily actions. We highly recommend that you use the StepTracker. Use the StepTracker below, keep it close by and be sure that you are earning at least 4 points a day! Depending on your goals and in what time frame, you may want to up the number of points that you complete every day. Visit www.gpnworld.com to learn more about StepTracker. The Purpose of the StepTracker is two fold. 1. The StepTracker keeps you accountable to yourself. 2. The StepTracker allows you to determine your Success Ratios. Meaning, how many people do you need to prospect in order to enroll one distributor. You will determine your ratio over a period of six weeks. # COMP = # number completed
# pts 1 2 3 4 MON ACTIVITES
# comp Total pts # comp

TUE
Total pts #

WED
Total pts # comp

THUR
Total pts # comp comp

FRI
Total pts #

SAT
Total pts # comp

SUN
Total pts comp

New Prospects added to list Appointments set Presentations/Demos Given Customers/Distributors Enrolled TOTAL POINTS

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New Contacts for the week, starting Monday, ________________
Using the grid below or your own contact management system, write down who you are going to contact this week. Use the bottom portion to list who you are going to follow up with this week. Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Followup’s this week (people currently ‘in my funnel’) Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Ph # Outcome Ph # Outcome

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