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Sam Abrole 1/28/2017 Week 3 SETTING GOALS 1. Field: a. Gauges: 100 businesses, 10 bills, 7 contracts, 3 sales. b. Averages: 1/30. c. I want my LOA to be 1/20. My gauges for the week were: M: 117/5/1/0 T: 109/6/0/0 W: 67/2/1/0 T: 98/3/1/1 - 96827 kWh F: 124/3/0/0 S: 12/2/3/2 - 10380 kWh My LOA was: 88 businesses / 3.5 bills / 1 contracts / 0.5 sales Bills 1:25 Contract 1:88 Sales: 1:176 My LOA became better than last week for businesses and bills, but I still definitely need work on turning bills into contracts and contracts into sales. I think that the more that time goes on, the more my confidence will build to eventually turn into a better LOA for contracts and sales. 2. Networking LAST WEEK a. Mo - Set up a meeting to go over goals on Monday, need to ask about how to be more consistent. I networked with Mo all week, in person and over the phone during road trip. I learned a lot from Mo, especially how to become more motivated and about turning bills into contracts. Mo has a really good way of turning bills into contracts, through fear of loss and urgency. I definitely appreciate his hard work ethic and his perseverance, and I will take his great
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