How to Make Your Personal Sales Goals Multiply by 10!

How to Make Your Personal Sales Goals Multiply by 10!
Multiply Sales Goals By 10!

Multiply Sales Goals By 10!

Do you have a personal sales goal for 2014 in your head?  There are huge benefits if you write it down on a piece of paper.  According to a Harvard study and sales guru Brian Tracy, only 3% of people have written goals and these people accomplish 10 times as much.

If you want to accomplish 10 times as much this year, take 15 or 30 minutes to focus on your goals.  Do you want to hit the minimum move-in number required by your retirement organization?  Are you better than average?  What is realistic?  What is possible?

Writing down your goals is a key to accomplishing them, but what if you make it fun by animating your goals?  If your goals could stand up on your desk and dance around, what would they look like?  Here are a couple of ideas:

  • Cut out pictures from magazines and make a collage of your goals.
  • Draw a picture of your goals.
  • Turn a piece of clay or silly putty into your goal.
  • Write your goals with Crayola washable window markers or lipstick on your your bathroom mirror.
  • Make a short power point of your goals.

Whichever method you select, keep your goals visually front and center on a daily basis.  Speak them into existence and have a prosperous 2014.

Please share your successes, failures or comment below to join the conversation and interact with other senior living professionals on what is currently being effective to increase occupancy on a nationwide basis.

Diane Twohy Masson is the author of “Senior Housing Marketing – How to Increase Your Occupancy and Stay Full,” available at with a 5-star rating.  The book is required reading at George Mason University as a part of its marketing curriculum.  Within this book, the author developed a sales & marketing method with 12 keys to help senior living providers increase their occupancy.   Masson developed this expertise as a marketing consultant, sought-after blogger for senior housing and a regional marketing director of continuing care retirement communities in several markets.  She has also been a corporate director of sales and a mystery shopper for independent living, assisted living, memory care and skilled care nursing communities in multiple states.  Currently, Masson is setting move-in records as the regional marketing director of two debt-free Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Southern California – Freedom Village in Lake Forest and The Village in Hemet, California.  Interestingly, this career started when she was looking for a place for her own mom and helped her loved one transition through three levels of care.

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  1. Linked IN Boomers: Aging Beats The Alternative

    Good suggestion. I think the act of writing out your goals helps keep us accountable.
    By Lorie Eber

    • I agree Lorie! Some people fear that piece of paper at the end of the year might not be fulfilled. If he or she can push past that fear, it multiplies goals by 10!