Time Management

Brian Tracy Prioritizing Technique

    We are now going to be implementing a priority setting technique that Brian Tracy describes in his book, Eat That Frog. You may have already read his book. I’ve read it too, no worries. But I want you to examine your master list and label each of the items either A, B, C, D, E following these categories. You then place an A, B, C, D or E before each of the items on your list before you begin the first task. An “A” item is defined as something that is very important. This is something you must do. There would be serious consequences if this task was not completed. If you have more than one A task (and consider it carefully) then list them A1, A2 and so on. “Shoulds” versus “Musts” A “B” item is defined as a task that you should do. It only has mild consequences if not completed. These are the tadpoles of your work life. It may mean that someone will be unhappy or inconvenienced if you don’t do it, however it is nowhere near as important as an A task. The rule is that you should never do a B task if there is an A task left undone. A “C” task is defined as something that would be nice to do but for which there are no consequences at all. A “D” task is one that can be delegated to someone else. The rule is that you should delegate everything that anyone else can do, so you can free up your time for your “A” tasks that only you...

Beachbody Coach Training | 10 Tips for Success

My seven years as a Beachbody coach have afforded me the opportunity to gain a bird’s eye view of what makes a successful coach, as well as what makes for an unsuccessful one. Whether you’re a coach looking to be successful in the business or you’re considering becoming a coach, this tip sheet will guide you in your journey. Use it as a checklist. If you can say that you do each of these things, you will be much more likely to succeed. If you are honest with yourself and admit that not all of these apply to you, this is good news! It simply means you have an area or areas to work on.   Are you ready? Here are your 10 Tips for Success as a Beachbody Coach:   1. Coaches who succeed take 100% responsibility for their success or failure. This means that they don’t wait for their sponsor to make them successful. They don’t blame others (including their coaches, their spouses, or customers) or the lack Beachbody coach training. If they are to succeed, successful coaches understand that it’s up to them, despite any life obstacles that may come their way.   2. Coaches who succeed are engaged. They engage with their team in private groups, by listening to team calls, by actively participating in Beachbody coach training, and by connecting with other positive-minded members. They also engage with the Team Beachbody network by listening to the weekly National Wake Up Call, by participating in events such as Super Saturday or Team Cup Challenges. Unsuccessful coaches go at it alone; thus they feel alone. If you...
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