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January is good timing to make changes for the better

What can you change this year?

Roy Chitwood, chief developer of Track Selling, suggested that developing good habits makes difficult tasks easier to do. Habit transitions difficult things into second nature and that muscle memory reduces emotional wear and tear. 

Roy further suggested comparing a work schedule to a Wheel of Activity, with planning as the hub, and five spokes of  prospecting, selling, service, study, and personal time

As you begin the New Year, you might consider your personal wheel of activity and decide what you like to do more of - or less of - to make 2024 a better year.

Out with the old, in with  the new.

Make it better.

Good luck, good selling, and Happy New Year!

Track Selling Institute

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