Time Management - How imp is it for sales

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Shefalika
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Re: Time Management - How imp is it for sales

#11 Postby Shefalika » Fri Mar 01, 2013 5:49 pm

yes,time management is very important for sales,time never waits so we should utilize time to improve the sales.time management is managing time very effectively so that the right time is allocated to the right activity.so spending the right time on the right activity,effective planning before doing anything,setting goals and objectives is involved in time management. with doing effective time management we can easily achieve the heights of success and growth for the running of business.

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Re: Time Management - How imp is it for sales

#12 Postby ashish » Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:56 am

Everyone believes that time is money, but few people are good at time management. Everyone has the same 24 hrs in a day, but how effective one uses them
determines their success. Same applies in sales, if time is managed effectively it can help in increasing sales.

First of all salespersons should carefully plan their day. What tasks he is going to do, to which customers he is going to call or mail, any important
meeting or presentation he has to accomplish. If planned carefully it can help lot.

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Re: Time Management - How imp is it for sales

#13 Postby deepak » Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:55 am

Yes Off course If all the sales professionals give 100% productivity of their working hours sales definitely improve, not only in sales it works every where & play an important role in your personal life and career success, Time is a special resource that you cannot store or save for later use. Everyone has the exact same amount of time each day. Time not well used cannot be retrieved. I personally believe how good a sales person good in time management decides his success & growth.

say for example some task assigned to you which should be performed in a given time frame now if you are good in time management means you know what to assign at specific time slot as per their importance of the activities rest assured you will complete the task easily within time.

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Re: Time Management - How imp is it for sales

#14 Postby Nakul » Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:43 am

Yes, the current scenario which is there in India is that no one is trained to do time management in sales. As they think that sales can come automatically because if you work for sometime then the sales will happen. Yes, if all the sales professionals give 100% productivity of their working hours, then sales will definitely happen because if you will give all your efforts then it will work, no one can say that if you give your 100% in sales and then, sales will not happen. In my opinion if you give your best in any field you will positively get a good result out of it. So word hard and give your best where ever you are working in any field.....

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Re: Time Management - How imp is it for sales

#15 Postby avinash » Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:42 am

Time Management, It plays a very important role not only in sales but also in our personal lives.

Until you value time, and the critical role it plays in your personal and professional success, you will never even try to manage it.

It is rightly said “Time and Tide wait for none”. An individual should understand the value of time for him to succeed in all aspects of life. People who waste time are the ones who fail to create an identity of their own.

In sales.. It is important as it plays certain roles in Planning effectively, Setting Goals and Objectives, Setting Deadlines, Prioritizing Tasks, Spending the right time on right activity... which are required for better sales.

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#16 Postby KaranL » Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:32 am

Yes if all sales professional give 100% productivity of their working hour , their sales will improve .. also as rightly said by Benjamin Franklin – Time is Money , this concept really works in sales .. if proper sharing out of time is done is sales, the results would be extremely fruitful and the revenue generated will be greatest ..

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Re: Time Management - How imp is it for sales

#17 Postby archit » Fri Mar 01, 2013 9:24 am

Time Management is very essential for improving productivity, we don't realize how much time we waste on unscheduled activity..Yes Sales is a very dynamic job and we can not stick to a set plan...for eg If we are on a customer call at 11 and next call is scheduled at 12 but current customer takes more than expected time we can not help it.. But this does not mean we should not plan at all, we should manage our day in such a way that every second is utilized...If we plan or activities suddenly we can see we have ample time for every job requirement.

One more benefit of Time management is when you can finish you Job requirements on time you can spend good time with your family and friends which helps in maintaining peace of mind or as we call it "Improving work life balance".

Sales Process is a science which means if we are giving enough TIME in identifying and following our prospect sales will happen automatically...Therefore to give enough time its very important to have effective TIME Management.

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Time Management - How imp is it for sales

#18 Postby Kalpit » Thu Feb 28, 2013 7:55 pm

The current scenario which is there in India is that no one is trained to do time management in sales. Their belief is that it if sales happen it is ok. If all the sales professionals give 100% productivity of their working hours, will the sales improve .


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