Staying Focused To Maximize Results

Staying Focused To Maximize Results

How can you balance your business during the commotion of a busy month? You learn from the expertise of someone like Superstar Diamond Coach, Julie Voris. Julie’s here with a specific action plan for maximizing the buzz and excitement surrounding CORE DE FORCE™, as well as sound advice on how to stay on track during a whirlwind of a month. Start reading—and start sharing the big news!

Q. How do you keep your Team engaged and motivated?
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I believe in over-communicating and don’t want anyone to feel out of the loop. First, we always do weekly emails—one to Personally-Sponsored Coaches and one to the entire Team. Second, I set up a Facebook Events page as a central hub for communication. This is where Coaches can find out launch dates for new products. Third, I use Facebook Live. It’s a more personal, interactive experience and Coaches can go back and watch at any time. Finally, I share Beachbody content like posts from Carl Daikeler, Darin Olien, or TBB Coach 411. This keeps people engaged and promotes a connection.

Q. How will you teach new Coaches to leverage the CORE DE FORCE launch this month?
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Start by generating excitement NOW. When we get the opportunity for new product sneak peeks, these should be non-negotiable.They are a must for yourself and for your customers. Then when the program launches, become a Challenger. No matter how long you have been a Coach, you should stay engaged in the programs, get back to the basics and be a product of the product. By committing to the program, your personal experience and results tell a story that can reach well into the future. Starting your own CORE DE FORCE Challenge Groups will create additional stories, results, and experiences that will build a solid customer and Coach base—not to mention a referral base.

Also, new and veteran Coaches need to be asking questions to potential customers such as: Do you want a 30-day, no excuses program? Do you like kickboxing? That’s what we do as Coaches; connect people with solutions that work in their lives. Lastly, post content from the Super Trainers, Joel and Jericho. Remember; we don’t have to be the experts—sharing content from the trainers helps take the pressure off.

Q. What do you do to create your own tailwind when the going gets tough?
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When I lose momentum, I make sure I keep pressing play and even add extra workouts to my program. Motion creates emotion. Next, I proactively schedule time with my mentors and don’t wait for them to reach out to me. They help provide a helicopter view of the situation and remind me what’s worked in the past, or help tweak things if need be. I also talk to my success partner every day—she can be objective without any personal attachment.

Q. Why is it so important to start setting goals now for 2017?
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It’s vital because you need to assess what worked in 2016 and what didn’t. I’m going to set aside time to reflect on this past year and ask some valuable questions: Did my actions align with my goals and priorities? What will wind up being a stretch goal for 2017 and cause me to grow? I will then ask my Team to do the same. I like to partner some Coaches up with a success partner or a small mastermind group. I’ve seen real success because often people work better when there is constant flow of ideas, support and empowerment. Small groups and success partners are powerful pieces to growing a business. Nobody has to do this on their own.

Q. What were your key takeaways from our Leadership Retreat last month?
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I was reminded and inspired at Leadership to get back to creating tangible action steps for my Coaches rather than assuming that they know how to filter through all the information that is presented to them. We are CEO’s of our own businesses and we have to think that way, and we have to train our Coaches to think this way. Another important takeaway is that no matter how big our businesses get, we should always stay connected to the basics. Press play, drink a shake, read a book, and have lots of conversations about our amazing solutions. At the end of the day, no matter how much technology we have or how many programs we have, it will always come down to a Coach telling a new Coach, a new Challenger, or a potential customer that you CAN do this and I believe in you. No amount of technology will ever replace you!