Organize Your Thoughts At Conference

Great… you went to national sales rally or conference and now you are totally overwhelmed and don’t know what to do first!

Organize your thoughts and notes before you get home!

As a distributor or/a team leader make a plan to get yourself and the team organized before leaving convention to create momentum at home in the office.

Organize Your Thoughts From Conference

This ridiculously simple way to organize your conference thoughts before leaving or at least on the airplane going home will really leverage your results.

Take all your notes and make a grid using this format and just jot down each worthy idea in a column.

  1. What are you doing first?
  2. What are you going to implement after all the ASAP’s are done?
  3. What do you want to remember to tackle in the long term?

Organize Your Thoughts
If you are driving, then just take 30 minutes and go through all your notes before leaving convention and organize them, otherwise the airplane is a perfect place to do so.

I recommend a written-real-paper spreadsheet similar to the one pictured.

Digital is great but the written version will be more effective as a visual reminder. It is always fun to cross off items then move onto another column!

Action – any action – immediately will create the momentum that you need to use ALL the education you are excited about.
Download The Worksheet
Print or download this one or create your own using full sized paper.

When you organize your thoughts in this simple way, you and your team will hit the ground running when you get back in the office.


    Shared by: Maria Blackwell:

    Deb, I love this! I already feel like I am losing some of the things I learned at conference! I will be sharing this idea with all the girls on my team that went with me to conference!

      Shared by: Deb Bixler:

      Cool, thanks for commenting, Maria – this is how I organized my thoughts at conference and still use it when coming back from speaking events!

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