Wow! You’ve been in business for one week! Congratulations!
Are you having fun wearing your new products from your starter kit? When someone compliments you on them, tell them about your new business. If someone asks you a question you don’t know the answer to, let them know that you’re new, just learning, and will gladly get back with them. Now you have a perfect reason to talk with the person again to generate more interest in your products or in joining your team.
Today, let’s get SMART! Let’s talk about setting SMART goals for your business. S=specific, M= measurable, A- actionable, R= realistic, T= time-based. Use page 10 of your Initial Action Guide to establish your goals for your first three months. This page challenges you to create a plan to work your business so that you can achieve your goals, too.
Your business is flexible, but that doesn’t mean it’s optional. A good rule of thumb is to touch your business in some way every day. Let your sponsor help you determine if your plan is in step with your goals.
Be sure to share your goals and plan with your family or friends who are your support system. This accountability is important. Plus, sharing your goals means more fun when it’s time to celebrate your success!
“Every achievement, big or small, begins in your mind.”
—Mary Kay Ash