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Plan, Prepare, and Execute by Getting Ready Physically and Mentally

In this episode of The Sell or Die Podcast, we’re talking about the ways we should prepare ourselves to concentrate on work. It’s important to have a routine or some kind of process to get ourselves mentally and physically ready for the work we need to do, and that’s exactly what we will dive into in this episode so stay tuned!

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But before we dive right in, let us introduce ourselves in case this is your first visit. Welcome to the Sell or Die Podcast. We’re your hosts, Jeffrey & Jen Gitomer. Between the two of us, we’ve written the books The Little Red Book of Selling, Sales in a New York Minute, plus 15 other best-selling books. We’ve also created the 7 figure sales formula program and the Breakthrough Business Babe Community. 

Sell or Die is for sales professionals, sales managers, entrepreneurs, and business owners who want to sell more at full price, earn loyalty, and have an unlimited stream of referrals. Every single episode will give you real-world, easy-to-implement solutions so that you can get your calls returned, your proposals read and acted on while creating relationships that you can take to the bank. 

And today we are focusing on the best ways to prepare and execute getting ready physically and mentally for our business goals. For more details on each point, listen to the ENTIRE episode on your favorite streaming platform.

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How to get physically ready.

If you aren’t already, getting physically ready to start work is something you should be prioritizing. One of the best starting points to achieve this is to find what makes you most comfortable. 

For example, put on clothing that makes you feel good. Feeling comfortable in the clothing you wear is such a simple thing to do, but it can set your day up for success. You’ll be able to focus on what actually needs your attention, not on what you look like or that itchy tag in your shirt.  

Another important part to get physically ready is preparing the space you work in. Make sure your surroundings have the right ambiance for you to focus on what you need to get done. You will not work as well if you are in a distracting environment. So make getting your space ready a part of your routine.

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How to get mentally ready.

Once you get physically ready, that sets you up for success when it comes to mindset and getting mentally ready. Making sure you are in the right headspace to work is so important for your productivity.

Part of this process is removing all of those mental distractions. This can be hard for many of us, but it’s crucial so we don’t overwhelm our minds with unnecessary distractions. When you sit down to work on a task you shouldn’t be allowing yourself to split time thinking about the list of other things you need to work on. 

Our brains are not meant for multitasking, even if you think you are a great multitasker, I promise you aren’t utilizing your time as effectively as you think you are. 

You should also make sure that you are mentally prioritizing what all needs to get done. Making a list works well for us and I encourage you to try to do the same if you are struggling to get things done on time. 

Start the list off with the most important thing you need to get done. Leave the rest of your list alone until you’ve completed that top priority. 

If you want to give yourself a better understanding of the timeframe you’ll need to complete your worklist you could also add the amount of time you think each task will take you. This is helpful to prepare yourself mentally for the amount of time you’ll need to dedicate to each project.

Tip: If you are someone who struggles to work in complete silence, try listening to instrumental or binaural music in the background. These two genres are great for productivity and don’t mess with your focus!

Plan, Prepare, and Execute by Getting Ready Physically and Mentally: The Bottomline

Getting ready mentally and physically is SO important to your productivity. You should be sure to set up a routine that allows you to prepare yourself for your workload. That process should focus on your physical comfort and making sure the environment you work in is conducive to your goals. Without being physically and mentally prepared you won’t be able to focus as well on the things you need to get done. 

Be sure to listen to all of episode 551 for all the details!

Thank you so much for listening to Sell or Die! We hope that this episode helped you think of ways you can physically and mentally prepare to achieve your business goals.

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About your hosts

Known as the King of Sales, Jeffrey Gitomer is the Author of 16 best-selling books including the Little Red Book of Selling, the Sales Bible, and his newest book Get Sh*t Done. In 2008, he was inducted in the Speakers Hall of Fame – the highest award in the speaking industry. His world-class list of clients include companies from  Fortune 500 companies around the world. His digital Learning academy and signature course, The Seven-Figure Sales Formula, offers individuals and teams real-world sales strategies they can implement immediately.

Jen Gitomer gained her prowess in NYC as both a salesperson and award-winning sales leader for a Fortune 500 company. She is the best-selling Author of Sales in a New York Minute, CEO and Founder of Breakthrough Business Babe and a master business growth coach.

Jeffrey and Jen thank you, Diehard, for helping Sell Or Die achieve more than 2 million downloads!

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