The Power Of 5 For 5

The big take home that Karla Jones had from going to her company’s annual sales rally was to do a 5 for 5.

Make 5 contacts a day for 5 days, then do it again.

As the winner of the CFS conference sweepstakes she was invited to be a guest on the Cash Flow Show – Home Business Radio to share her biggest aha! from attending her company’s national event.

Listen to Karla’s story on this excerpt from the Cash Flow Show Radio.

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Make The 5 For 5 Commitment

While this does not sound like an earth-shattering awakening it is a business resolution that has made a big impact on her business.

5 FOR 5

  • What would 5 contacts a day do for your business?
  • What would 5 business contacts a day for 5 days, then repeated every 5 days, do for your business?

5 Contacts A Day

First and foremost, 5 calls a day – repeated over and over – will give you the experience of talking with people regularly and as a result you will develop the skills to get better and better at it.

As your skills improve you will find that every couple of days you will “close the deal.”

1 in 10 will say yes, so every 2 days you will find a need that you can serve.

Karla Jones – The Power Of 5 A Day

Once she made a commitment to do it, Karla found that it was a lot easier than she expected.

Karla used pockets of time to make her calls, called at different times of the day and found that people were very receptive.
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If you think that 5 for 5 would be too much for you then pick a number that is doable, perhaps 3 or 4 or even 1, but do it every day for the rest of your life!!

Doing something consistently every day, as opposed to larger numbers periodically, will develop your skills and improve your results.


    Shared by: Deb Bixler:

    Less is better, Rebekah when you can keep on doing it!

    Shared by: Rebekah Gienapp:

    I’m on day 2 of my first of these, and it feels great to be more consistent in my followup. I used to try to do 10 contacts a day, but it was too much and so I’d trail off and end up doing none. This is much more manageable!

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