The 15 Minute Time Mastery Method
A big challenge for many folks in the Direct Sales and Network Marketing space is being able to effectively manage their time. A great majority of people that get into this profession already have a full-time job, so trying to make their new business work within the time left over after work and between spending time with the family can be tough.
Enter Ed Zimbardi. He’s a million dollar producer in the internet marketing space and the innovator of what he calls The 15-Minute Time Mastery Method. It’s a method he used to help him effectively chunk down his time and gauge how well he was managing himself in those moments of his day.
Yes, I said “managing HIMSELF”, not “managing TIME”.
Ed was recently a guest trainer on the Daily Dose of Awesome where he broke down how you can use this method to effectively manage yourself and become much more productive with the time you allot to building your business.
One of the things he shared was how people often talk about “Time Management”. But really, at the end of the day, time manages us. We all have 24 hours in our day. That doesn’t change. We can’t REALLY manage, slow down, speed up, add or take away from that time.
Time is a gift and why we’re said to ‘live in the present.’ None of us are promised or guaranteed another moment…
We can only be good stewards of the time we have. Or not.
In this broadcast, Ed describes in detail how to break down your 24-hour day into 15 minute increments, and how, by charting your actions and tasks each day, you will be able to determine whether or not you’re taking the right steps to get where you want to go.
Take a listen.
Time is a gift. It's not guaranteed. That's why it's called 'The Present.' ~ Ed Zimbardi
So what did you think? This training is just one of the many valuable and free resources provided by the marketing system I use.
The goal of this exercise is to help you identify how you are spending your time right now.
One of the things this helps you discover is how much time you actually waste. You may find that when it comes to the time you’ve set aside to build your business, you are actually spending too much time doing busy work and not enough doing income-producing activities.
I found this very helpful and hope you will too. If you did, leave me a comment below about what impacted you most. And please be sure to share this with others!