‘Time Management’


Break Down Major Tasks Into Small Ones – Time Management #3

You know those horrible tasks which have to get done but you don’t want to do? Let Warren show you how to do them easily and painlessly in his 90 minute webinar, “Time Management for Salespeople: Find More Time to Close More Sales,” on Thursday, May 19th, 2011 at 12 Noon EST..

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Eliminate Interruptions and Distractions – Time Management #2

Learn how to stop other people from wasting your time and blowing up your day in my 90 minute webinar, “Time Management for Salespeople: Find More Time to Close More Sales,” on Thursday, May 19th, 2011 at 12 Noon EST..

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Paperwork Time is Infinite, Selling Time is Not – Time Management #1

How to get your paperwork done and still find time to see clients and prospects is just one of the many topics I’ll be covering in my upcoming webinar, “Time Management for Salespeople: Find More Time to Close More Sales,” on Thursday, May 19th, 2011 at 12 Noon EST..

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Warren Greshes Time Management for Salespeople Webinar May 19th

Time Management for Salespeople: Find More Time to Close More Sales!

Date: Thursday, May 19th.  Time: 12 Noon Eastern Time.  Duration: 90 minutes

All you need to take part in this 90 minute session is either, a phone, a PDA, a laptop or a desktop.

How many times have you heard a salesperson say, “I have so many things to do I don’t have time to sell?” While most of the time that’s crap, because there should always be time to sell, time is the single biggest commodity people have the least of.  Most people I come in contact with fall into two categories: 1) Those that ARE extremely busy and always pressed for time, and; 2) Those who BELIEVE they’re extremely busy and always pressed for time.  Either way, they’re both right.

However, being great at time management is very difficult.  In fact, I’m not sure I know anyone who is great at it, but luckily you don’t have to be.  My goal for this webinar is not to make you time management experts; because I’m not convinced you need to be.  What I will do is give you some easy-to-implement tips and ideas that will allow you to become more efficient on a daily basis.  If I can help you save just 30 to 60 minutes a day, I might have found you enough time to go on 3 to 5 EXTRA sales appointments a week.  And you know as well as I do 3 to 5 EXTRA sales appointments a week will definitely increase your sales and, more importantly, your income.

What we’ll cover in this very pragmatic, how-to webinar:

  1. 40 Time Wasters.  In this module, I’ll cover the 40 biggest time wasters that stop salespeople from not only doing things they need to do, but also want to do.  I’ll help you focus in on which ones specifically are killing your day and what you can do to fix it.
  2. Salepeople’s Time Test. In order to get to where you want to be, you first have to figure out where you are.  This time test will cover 20 specific sales situations, processes and occurrences.  It will show you where you’re losing time every day and what you’re doing right.  Bottom line: it will show you where you need to focus your energy in order to save that EXTRA 30 to 60 minutes a day.
  3. 25 Time Saving Tips. I will give you, and elaborate on, 25 specific, easy-to-implement, time saving tips that you will be able to start putting into practice the second the webinar ends!

And that’s not all.  Here are just some of the things you’ll learn if you attend this program and implement the ideas :

  • How to get all your paperwork and reports done while STILL finding time to “Sell.”
  • How to put together a “Things to do” list where tasks will not only get done, but, they’ll get done when they’re supposed to get done, eliminating stress and last second crises.
  • How to use your down time productively
  • How to anticipate and plan for last minute surprises that can kill your day and cost you money.

During this 90 minute webinar, which you can attend either via phone or webcast, you will have the opportunity to ask any questions related to your time management problems or situations. In fact, you’ll have the opportunity to send in questions before and during the event. So, sign up now and start giving some thought to what questions you want answered.

I’m sure you’re wondering, “What’s all this great information going to cost me?”  To attend this webinar your total investment is $79. But wait, if you register before May 9th, you only pay $69. But, if you want an even better deal, sign up 5 or more people from your company and get 25% off with coupon code TIMEMANAGE, leaving you with a cost of only $59 per person.

Stuff You’ll Get:

And that’s not all.  THERE’S FREE STUFF!  Aside from an informative, entertaining and idea packed 90 minutes, here’s what else you will receive for your investment:

  • A downloadable PDF workbook and note taking guide containing everything I’ll cover during the webinar. 
  • A digital Mp3 recording of the entire session which you can download to your computer and listen to as much and as long as you want.
  • A free copy of my online audio program, Supercharged Selling: The Power to be the Best.

So register now and join me on May 19th, 2011 at 12 Noon EST for a session that’s guaranteed to jump start your sales effort.


Starting Your Own Business: What to Expect Part II

In the second of this two part series based on Discover Card’s “Small Business Watch,” we’re looking at information derived from small business owners that will better prepare you to take that next step into entrepreneurship. Here are some things you might not know but better be prepared for:

  • Nearly one of three business owners, 31 percent, indicated they work at least 10 hours or more per day on average. Only out of five non-business owners, 19 percent, worked the same each day.
  • 15 percent of small business owners work every day of the week, more than twice as many, 6 percent, as the general population. Similarly, 28 percent of small business owners work six days a week, compared to 15 percent of the general population.
  • Nearly half of small business owners, 47 percent, said that they always or mostly work on official holidays.

So if you’re used to a 9 to 5 life, think twice before starting a business.

  • More than half of the business owners, 52 percent, took seven days or less off work last year, compared to 36 percent of the general population.
  • 59 percent of small business owners define a “day off” as being available for calls and emails, working some time or even working all day at a remote location. Only 32 percent of the general population does the same.
  • More than half of small business owners, 55 percent, said their spouses approve of them checking email when they are off from work, compared to 37 percent of the general population.
  • “Small business owners are really focused on serving their customers every day. Our survey found that 40 percent of them carry wireless devices to keep in touch with their customers and clients when off work." “Being a small business owner often means that you are always open for business.”

When you’re a small business owner, your life is your business and your business is your life. It’s not even a matter of overlapping; they are totally intertwined.

Also, if you already own a small business or you’re thinking about starting one, then check out our new small business consulting service and give us a call for a free initial consultation.