Tracking Progress Keeps Us on Track for Success

This blog entry was written by Key Directors Crismon and Vivienne Lewis from Gresham, OR.

Like everyone we have limited time and I’m personally up against a deadline that I need to make this business work as I was laid off from job 18 months ago at age 60. The Reliv business is my retirement plan.

To put a razor focus to what we do each day, we have identified those activities that contribute most to growing this business and have tried to focus on doing each of them every day. Some of those daily activities include contacting three to five new people, conducting at least three customer follow-up calls and working with at last five distributors. We’ve set up a weekly chart to monitor how many of these activities we actually accomplish each day then add them up at the end of the week and give ourselves a grade (and sometimes a reward).

There are two other daily activities that have helped us tremendously:

(1) we listen to a story call while getting ready for the day and

(2) we call our upline mentor at a set time every morning.

We don’t always have something to talk about, but it builds our trust relationship as she is always so good to encourage us and focus our vision.

by Key Directors Crismon and Vivienne Lewis from Gresham, OR.

9 thoughts on “Tracking Progress Keeps Us on Track for Success

  1. Thank you both for being such an inspiration. You are role models in how to attack this business with wholehearted integrity and love for others, all the while building your dreams. Thanks for the great ideas!

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  2. Thank you both for being such an inspiration. You are role models in how to attack this business with wholehearted integrity and love for others, all the while building your dreams. Thanks for the great ideas!

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  3. Thank you both for being such an inspiration. You are role models in how to attack this business with wholehearted integrity and love for others, all the while building your dreams. Thanks for the great ideas!

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  4. I hope everyone reads this blog post! This is so important because you are working for yourself, maybe for the first time, and if you don’t keep track of what you are doing and do the things that will advance your business and help other people you will find yourself wasting a lot of time and not realizing it.

    This is so simple and yet soooooo important!!

    Thank you Crismon & Vivienne!

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  5. I hope everyone reads this blog post! This is so important because you are working for yourself, maybe for the first time, and if you don’t keep track of what you are doing and do the things that will advance your business and help other people you will find yourself wasting a lot of time and not realizing it.

    This is so simple and yet soooooo important!!

    Thank you Crismon & Vivienne!

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  6. I hope everyone reads this blog post! This is so important because you are working for yourself, maybe for the first time, and if you don’t keep track of what you are doing and do the things that will advance your business and help other people you will find yourself wasting a lot of time and not realizing it.

    This is so simple and yet soooooo important!!

    Thank you Crismon & Vivienne!

    Like

  7. After the conference in St. Louis I set the goal of talking to 1,000 people by next int’l conference. That’s 20 people a week. I’m into my 4th week of successfully attaining that goal and there’s so much activity! First the goal then the tracking. You can’t fix something if you’re not doing anything. Action, action, action!

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  8. After the conference in St. Louis I set the goal of talking to 1,000 people by next int’l conference. That’s 20 people a week. I’m into my 4th week of successfully attaining that goal and there’s so much activity! First the goal then the tracking. You can’t fix something if you’re not doing anything. Action, action, action!

    Like

  9. After the conference in St. Louis I set the goal of talking to 1,000 people by next int’l conference. That’s 20 people a week. I’m into my 4th week of successfully attaining that goal and there’s so much activity! First the goal then the tracking. You can’t fix something if you’re not doing anything. Action, action, action!

    Like

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