Over the last several days, I’ve asked more than 25 people if they know the number of hours in a week (all ages … seniors, mid-lifers, younger adults, teens). Not one person immediately knew the answer.
Most of us know the number of hours in a day, the number of days in a week, the number of weeks in a year, etc. Why isn’t the number of hours in a week something we learn like the other numbers?
What if we taught it earlier … in schools? What if we consistently taught the value of loving your work and making a contribution (and the importance of working relationships)? What if we made that lesson as important as any other lesson learned? What if we taught “living for the weekend” is to miss out on the bulk of your life?
(the number of hours available to each of us every week)
Let’s walk it through for the majority of us. We might give 60 of those hours to sleeping and staying clean (grooming and bathroom … 8.5 hours a day). Another 50 or so are invested in our work and commuting (average U.S. one-way commuting time according to USA Today is 25.5 minutes).
That leaves us with 58 hours each week to apply wherever we’d like.
I find that pretty exciting.
So, how many of those 58 hours per week are you dedicating to building a successful Nu Skin business? I don’t mean attending meetings, training, listening to phone calls but really working on the two most important things…signing up customers and distributors. Hmmm.
Monte Schumacher is a 31 year Direct Sales industry veteran. He leads one of the largest networks of independent sales reps in the world.
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