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PDR Technicians: To Have A Money Making Machine, You Need Balance Part V

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PDR Technicians: To Have A Money Making Machine, You Need Balance Part V

We are at the conclusion of helping you to get your business together through some very simple exercises. Now, the last thing that I need to impart to you is “Prioritizing Your Tasks”. This will require that you take at least 30 minutes the night before and making a list of 10 tasks that have to get done the next day. You will number them from 1-10, one being the big task and the most important of all. Limit yourself to one big task per day so as to avoid being overwhelmed. The intent here is to have a successful day not a big fail.

Don’t allow yourself to procrastinate. This is why your big project should be in the number one spot, not necessarily to keep things in order, but number one so that it will be the very first thing you do for the day. Get it behind you immediately and you will find that the other nine things are a breeze. If you don’t make it your number one priority, you will find that it is easier to get bogged down with the lesser of tasks on your list and find at the end of the day that you have not done the most important task of the day.

If your number one priority keeps getting shoved to the back then most likely it is a task that you are somewhat uncomfortable with, such as making cold calls, or waiting in a market parking lot to talk to potential customers about their dents. These take some time to get comfortable with, but procrastinating this will damage your career and if not it will definitely cause a huge deficit in income. Don’t run away from what scares you, run towards it and embrace it.

Reaching your goal of balance takes time. It’s not something that once you get there you’re done. This will be an ongoing exercise that will need to be worked on daily, monthly, and yearly. Do it and you will reap the rewards.

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Roger Haskell
Roger Haskell
My name is Roger, I'm a professional PDR technician working in the Paintless Dent Repair field for over 15 years. I love teaching others how they can improve their skills and increase their business.
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