Questions To Ask Yourself To Double Your Productivity

Here are some questions that you can use to guide your activities throughout every hour of every day.
Question One. What are my highest value activities? What things contribute the greatest value to myself and my company?

Question Two. The question you can ask is, Why am I on the payroll? What specific measurable accomplishments have I been hired to do for my company?

Question Three. What are my key resolve areas? What are the things that I absolutely positively must do well to be excellent at my job? And as we said before, they are prospecting, presenting, and closing sales.

Question Four. This is a great question. What one skill, if I developed it and applied it appropriately, would have the greatest positive impact on my career. Where and how could you begin developing this core skill?

Question Five. What can I and only I do, that if I do it well, we\’ll make a real difference to me in my career. There\’s usually only one answer to this question at any given time.

Question Six. Your productivity is what I am doing right now, leading to a sale. If it\’s not, stop doing it and start doing something else, that is the answer to this question. You should be working on sales all the time until you have solved all your money problems.

Question Seven. What is the most valuable use of my time right now? This is the key question that will guarantee you extraordinary success in your sales career. What is the most valuable use of my time right now? Whatever your answer to that question is, you should be working on it at every moment, your ability to set goals, make plans, establish priorities and concentrate single-mindedly on the most important thing that you could possibly be doing will absolutely guarantee that you will be one of the most respected, most productive and highest-paid people in sales.