Monthly Archives: September 2011
I love training and I spent 5 hours doing one on one training on Quickbooks. My favourite kind of training.
I would like to do more of this kind of stuff.
It’s so sad when your student starts of saying they don’t know anything and they don’t think they will understand anything. My student has been speaking to other trainers and they have scared her into thinking that could never understand the software.
What a morning. It’s been one of those that started well and then nearly kicked you in the teeth. Got an email from a prospective client. The email was sent at 3pm on Sunday.
We had our normal Monday morning meeting, finding out what we did last week. What plans and client requests we have to do this week.
I then called at 9.45 to talk to the prospective client. He had already hired someone. Gutted. We could have easily done this job. It looked fun, I’ve done the type of work before. Totally gutted.
Never mind, now looking for a cheap Graphic Designer to put the finishing touches to my book and it’s only 14.44.
Plan to do 1000 steps at the gym as well.
It’s Monday morning so it’s the perfect time to set up goals and achievements that you need to achieve this week.
Spending time on your most important client, your business, will ensure it’s success. Make sure your goals are there to increase your businesses bottom line.
Set up a recording system for all your quotes. Make sure you record the losses as well. Knowing why you lost a quote could be more important than winning a quote. For example, you could have been to expensive or more importantly to cheap. Call your prospect and ask them why you didn’t get the contract. Be nice, you may have only lost this job but be in line for another task.