11 Jan How to Write Your 90 Day Plan
You made your 2012 Commitments, but have you created your plan of action to assure that you have a clear plan for success? Your 90 Day Plan will help focus you for the next three months and get you moving in a solid direction while giving you actionable, measurable and executable steps toward success. DO NOT write this plan and then put it on the shelf! After your plan is written, schedule and timeline each and every action item to make sure it gets done. Don’t forget your team in all of this. You can’t do it alone. Vision is your business. Execution is the business of others. Utilize both to increase your revenues in 2012.
Your 90 Day Plan should include the following sections –
Sales (No, sales and marketing aren’t the same thing)
The important thing is to get your vision and ideas down on paper, commit to them by putting action items on your calendar, task your team with what you don’t want to (or need to) do and GO! Start getting some ideas on paper. If you aren’t sure what areas of your business fall into each category, my team digs into these six key areas in today’s Fast Cash Coaching blog. If you aren’t taking part in Fast Cash Coaching, consider it. You can get the help your business needs, seven days a week, get access to Live Out Loud coaches and realize so many more benefits that will take your business (and wealth) to the next level.
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