Hey gang, hope you had a great weekend, but it’s Monday so I am back to work! Today I tackle the immediate issues of business and I need to start executing. Maybe you are facing the same challenge, but the bottom line is that you have to make offers to increase sales. But I am not excluding myself from that statement and I am using it as a reminder.
In fact, I spent the better part of the day on a training conference call which was rescheduled to today and not tomorrow. The call took priority this afternoon and then another immediate project popped up. So that immediately threw my work into a tailspin and now I am playing catch-up.
But the day was not a loss by any stretch of the imagination. No far from it actually. After the call this afternoon, I spent a few hours working on a project and starting a new campaign. As it would turn out, my new video project will be part of the new foundation of marketing videos and I think the finished product is awesome. But more on that later when I have time to post the information.
Anyway, the biggest indicator of how your sales are going be for the week, month and year is directly related to the number of offers you make. If you want your sales to increase, you need to increase the frequency with which you make offers. I think its simple math, zero new offers day in and day out equals zero new sales.
Charles Snyder Raw
My videos are unscripted, unfiltered and mostly unedited thoughts about business and life. Or as one friend put it, the semi-coherent ramblings of a genius or a madman (depending on who you ask). But no matter which way you perceive it, these are my thoughts on the tough things that no one else is talking about. Such as make offers to increase sales.