Tracking metrics in business can help companies stay on track and achieve goals. So why not take this approach to your own personal success? Here are 6 personal metrics you can track that will help keep you at your professional best.
A sales manager’s core objective is to meet and exceed sales objectives for their territory, but meeting that goal often involves many parts. Keep reading for a weekly checklist to help you stay on top of your goals and all the pieces that will help you reach it.
Commissioned sales is one of the few places where you get paid exactly what you’re worth. One of my friends really hates that concept.
The most successful people I know love being on commission! They love being able to give themselves a raise just by working harder.
Most people need a little help learning how to budget, and how to put away money for taxes and infrequent but important expenses.
So here’s the rule: Never plan to spend more than half of any paycheck. You can have all kinds of fancy formulas but that’s it. You have to assume that at least a quarter and maybe a third will go directly to the government for taxes. You should be putting at least 10% away for savings and investment and 5% for surprises is not unrealistic. [...Continue Reading...]
Getting up early is no easy task, but the benefits of those extra early hours will help you become more productive and complete more goals. Learn how you can transform yourself into an early riser with these 6 tips.
What time of the day are you most productive?
Having some trouble sticking to those New Years resolutions? Fortunately, Michael Hyatt reviewed 7 popular goal-tracking apps so you can find out which one will work best for you and start achieving those goals now!
What has been the hardest resolution to keep so far?
Make leadership your focus for 2014!. Anthony S. Iannarino gives 10 examples of ways to take charge and get the best results from your team.
Where does leadership fall on your list of professional goals this year?
The start of the New Year comes with the start of new goals and resolutions. As 2014 begins, don’t forget to set professional goals for the year. Continue reading to learn how to make tackling your biggest sales challenges your number one priority this year!
What professional goals have you made for 2014?