Make December Your Best Month

Make December Your Best Month – Brian Roes

There are many who have already decided that December is a month to kick back and take a break from their business.  After all, it’s so busy and no one really has the time to listen, right?  Interestingly enough, I have found that if we have the right mindset December can be our best month of the year.  Brian Roes did a great job of outlining why and how on a call this week.  Here is an outline of some of the takeaways I though were valuable … 
“December is about revealed opportunities for many reasons:  1. parties and events = new people to talk to; 2. people are charging up the credit cards and many will be willing to listen to ideas about how they can make extra income to pay those bills; 3.  people are feeling charitable and are ready to spend money; 4.  poor eating and weight gain due to holidays makes Juice Plus an easy conversation to broach.
Five ways to make December your best month:
1.  Stick to the Basics:  make sure you are prepared by polishing up your story, be friendly and make sure people can relate to what you are saying.  Get events in place for January so you have something to invite them to.  Customer care should be a no-brainer in December.  Call and wish your customers a happy holiday season.  While at parties, share with people all the fun things you’ve been up to (conference, working with your team, success stories).
2.  Use Creative Communication:  send holiday cards to your customers, use Facebook to post pictures of your fun holiday team parties, testimonies from raving fan customers.  Do not be passive, this takes work and planning.
3.  Plan on Being Spontaneous:  this may sound like an oxymoron, but you must make a plan to be alert to opportunities at parties.  Trust your intuition about who to talk to and how much to say.
4.  Have a Clear Vision for January:  plant the seeds in December for what you want to accomplish in January.  Have events scheduled.  People will be ready to focus on getting into shape, losing weight, and becoming more financially secure.
5.  Embrace “Show Time”:  Show Time is the week of Dec 29 – Jan 4.  People are ready to simplify, get their finances in order and get into shape.  Use this week to call those connections you made over the last few weeks.
You have the opportunity to be a blessing to people.  Be a part of helping them create a new mission/vision for their life”.


Want a Better Business? Start By Being a Better Person

Over the years, I have coached numerous business owners, and the one thing that has always had the greatest impact has been showing the relationship between how we live and act as a person dramatically impacts the success of their business and the quality of their life.
I remember a client who was worth many millions of dollars. He had a wonderful family, a fabulous house, and travelled the world on a regular basis. He also was the most miserable sod I had ever met. To him, everything was terrible: the government, the economy, the city officials, and more. Finally, I’d had enough of his moaning. We jumped into his luxury sports car and unbeknown to him, headed to the local shelter for battered and homeless women.
This may sound a little clich├ęd, but the visit had a profound affect on him. Talking to these women made him realize the ridiculousness of his negativity. An extraordinarily philanthropic man emerged from the miserable, self obsessed individual I knew before. But what changed the most, along with his attitude, was his business. He had been successful before, but with his newfound humanity, he became far more successful. Indeed, every aspect of his life improved dramatically.
The place to start is to develop out your own personal code to live by. The following six strategies form the basis of my personal code that I work towards every day:
1. Treat everyone you encounter with the utmost respect. This is an attitude that great leaders share. They treat every single person that they encounter with enormous respect and they do it in a very genuine and humble way. From the cleaning person to the CEO, all are treated equally.
2. Be ridiculously polite. The old adage that manners maketh the man is more relevant than ever. Being polite really reinforces the concept of respect and humility towards others. It shows that you can focus on other people instead of yourself. People notice manners; more significantly, people notice the lack of manners.
3. Small gestures make a big difference. Taking a genuine interest in a photo on a desk, giving someone a sincere compliment, forwarding an email that you might think relevant to a customer… There are many small ways to show that you care and the more you incorporate these into your daily life, the more people realize you do actually care.
4. Look for the win/win in every situation. There is a perception that to be successful you need to be tough, one step ahead of the other guy, willing to do whatever is necessary to win. From my experience, the most successful people have figured out that if you aim for a true win/win situation, you end up being far more successful. Win/win scenarios they know outcome will be positive and fair.
5. Put yourself in the other guy’s shoes. Empathy is a powerful self-development tool. Learning to look at every situation from the other person’s perspective, whether a customer, employee, supplier, or spouse, results in a much better decisions.
6. Be generous. Nothing drives me crazier than a mean business owner–someone who spends nothing on the company, the staff, the customers, or the community. I believe that the more you give the more you get. I am not telling you to spend wildly; but I am saying that it is important to be generous in spirit with everyone involved in your business in any capacity.
Andrew Griffiths,


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