Treat Your Business Like a Business

PlanNet Marketing proudly offers an opportunity for people from every walk of life to work part time or full time toward freedom, flexibility and financial independence. We want to help you design your ideal lifestyle. For many people, joining PlanNet as a Rep is a part time or even just an “any extra time I have” deal. PlanNet might be your Plan B, but if you want to be successful, you need to start treating this business as a BUSINESS.

How to Treat Your Business Like a Business:

1) Make a Plan. Not just a thought in your head type of plan either, write it down. Write down your goals for the next 30, 60, 90, 365 days. Write down steps to reach those goals – how are you going to find new Reps and sell ITAs? Will you spend money on advertising? Use social media to advertise for free? Figure out your strategy and then come up with some actions to carry it out. Create a list of what you can do each day to grow your business – contacting new prospects, following up with current prospects, connecting with your current upline or downline, planning to attend local or online events. A plan will keep you on track.

2) Create a Schedule. Businesses have business hours. You’re running a business, so set aside a specific time frame each day, week, month for your business. Defining when you’ll do the things you wrote down in Step 1 is super important. It’s too easy to prop your feet up and watch TV folks.

3)  Invest in Your Education. I’m not talking about college - I mean your BUSINESS education. PlanNet Marketing offers daily and weekly calls and webinars as well as weekly and monthly local meetings in markets all over the US, UK, and now in Mexico. We also host an annual International Convention. Don’t miss a meeting you are qualified to attend! Get yourself on calls and to events.


4) Track Results. Keep track of how you’re doing. If you created a 60-day goal to get three new Reps on your team and at the end of that 60 days you have five new Reps, you’re gonna want to see that growth and duplicate those same efforts! In the same way, if you get three new Reps in the first 30 days and no one in the second 30 days, maybe you want to look back and see what you did differently in the second half of that time frame. Tracking your results helps you see what works for you, and what does not. It’s also an excellent way to keep your plan as your focus.

When you take your business seriously and treat it like a real business, others will see that and respect it. They will want to join you! Just try it and see. For a growing number of Reps, PlanNet Marketing is now Plan A – the main income source for their family, and it could be for you too. Just check out our Income Disclosure statement to see how much our Reps earn.  

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