“Give me six hours to chop down a tree
and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.”
- Abraham Lincoln
We are doing business in unprecedented times. Global uncertainties have once again taken their typical toll on Wall Street. One of the few sure forecasts, based on our country’s history, is that American markets will come back, perhaps even more robust than before the current pandemic.
If you share that outlook, one of the primary questions on your mind this spring is how best to prepare for that turnaround. Your scheduler can help.
While face-to-face meetings slow down temporarily, your scheduling firm could work on enhancing your territory data. For example, they could clean up out-of-date contacts and update client records that have changed. Your scheduler could rank your clients by the likelihood they might be buyers when the turn around arrives. They could help you catch up on correspondence, file expense reports, and start planning your second- and third-quarter strategies. Or you might want to request their assistance in strategizing how you can best navigate to your clients while spending less time in your car.
Take advantage of this slow time to focus on your successful future. Sharpen the ol’ axe.