You aren’t the only one who is swamped during the day. There are bound to be people you can’t reach.
If many of your clients and prospects are inaccessible during normal business hours, you may have better luck reaching them after hours, suggests Michael Silver and Eric Sheikowitz, co-founders of advisor coaching firm, Focus Partners.
Instead, designate the occasional evening to work beyond your normal hours.
“Use this time to get your office and practice better organized,” Silver says.
Set aside some other catch-up projects to fill the time between phone calls. Maybe you need to write up your thank-you notes, finish up those five non-client calls, or build your business correspondence template.
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