September 25

#TechChat – Why Manually Scheduling Clients Is A Time Suck

In today’s #TechChat I talked about why manually scheduling your clients is a time suck. We have all been there. Taking calls in the middle of a grocery store. Playing phone tag for weeks. Missing out on opportunities. There is a better way.

The best way to schedule clients is to put in some type of automated system. Some of the main points in the video are:

  1. Stop playing phone tag. Now know when you will be meeting with a client or receiving a call.
  2. Be prepared. When you know in advance when you will be meeting with a client or potential client you can have your research done and be better informed when you do meet.
  3. Never miss an opportunity. Always be available to take appointments without being physically available. By that I mean you can be sleep or on vacation and potential clients will still be able to schedule time to meet with you that is convenient for the both of you.

If you struggle with this and have no system what so ever to schedule clients then I invite you to my Automate to Dominate Pilot group training. You can find out more at bit.ly/atdpilot.

 

About the author 

Samantha Pointer Foxx

Samantha Pointer Foxx, is an Automation Service Provider who helps service-based small business owners strategize, implement & maintain automated marketing and sales systems. Samantha has over 21+ years of experience in running and owning a business and her advice, insight, and knowledge of automation and organizing have been showcased locally & nationally in various mediums.

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