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How to Know When It’s Time to Quit & Knowing What to Quit

No one wants to talk about quitting, but is there actually a time when you SHOULD quit? You have probably heard your upline say “You just don’t quit.” However, I want to talk about how you know when the right decision is to quit your company and walk away.

The first question you need to ask is “Am I receiving a return on my investment?” How much time are you putting in to your business? You should be seeing a pay off somewhere. If you’re not, you may want to re-evaluate how much time you should be spending on your business or how much money you need to be investing in product or inventory.

So if you only earned say 25% commission, and let’s say you do $400 in sales and it cost you $100 to get in, you actually made nothing. So if you spent 10 20 hours doing that and you got paid zero, then that’s not a good investment of your time. So you want to look at all the aspects of your business and you’re going to do this by looking at every area in everything that you do. How I do this when I set this up is I look at everything that I do for my business. I write it down. So if it’s sending out catalogs or if it’s calling old customers or if it’s posting on Facebook, everything that you do, you want to make a list of everything and then look at see what is the return on your investment, whether it be time or money, what is the return?

And if you have things that are not giving you a return, then those are the things that you need to quit. If you only are focusing on the things that are actually giving you your return, it’s a very easy way to, in just a few months to double and even triple your income because you’re putting all your efforts in things that actually are providing you an outcome. So when you’re looking at what to quit, it’s okay to quit things, even if it’s something that it may work for your upline or your downline or a sideline sister there works for them. Awesome. If it doesn’t work for you, you need to quit and you need to only focus on the things that are bringing you a return on your investment of time or money.

That’s my quick tip for today, and if you want more tips like this, please join our group.

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