May 30, 2017

Here’s How To Structure Mini 30 Day Bursts Of Activity To Focus Your Efforts Into An Income Producing Machine

How To Prepare For A 30 Day Business Challenge

Challenges can include (but not limited to) the following:

  • Corporate challenge
  • Team challenge
  • Industry challenge
  • Self-Imposed challenge

Watch the video below to learn a myriad of ways to prepare for a 30 day burst of activity.

 

How To Set Up Your 30 Challenge So You’re Building Your Business Assets

As you know, I’m The Renegade Network Marketer, and that means I emphasize building a business that you own and control. This means building out assets that transcend what your network marketing company does or doesn’t do.

In this video I’ll discuss the following:

  • Does it help you develop your own assets i.e. blog content, email list, your offer
  • Does it help you remain in control of your business and in the drivers seat
  • Does it hinge around the fundamentals of marketing that builds on long term success

Plus, you’ll see how one person on my Renegade Team followed our “30 day blog challenge” to reach over 7K in sales volume.

Watch the video below to learn more about this:

 

How To Start and Organize Your Own 30 Day Business Challenge Plan

Let’s get you started. Watch the video below. Use this portion of our training to get started.

If you have questions, ask them in the comments.

Happy New Year, and here’s a “Cheers!” to a productive start to 2012.

About Ann Sieg


Ann Sieg is the CEO of 80/20 Marketing, Inc. She's the author of The Renegade Network Marketer, The 7 Great Lies of Network Marketing & The Attraction Marketer's Manifesto. I'm inviting you to connect with me. I love feedback. All of it. So let's have an intelligent helpful conversation to help you become more profitable in your business. Leave a comment below.

Comments

  1. I want to produce one blog post a day and have 30 blog post published to mlmsuccesscoaches.com by February 1, 2011. I will write one piece of quality content and submit it to the top article directories 3 times a week, resulting in 12 batch submissions by February 1, 2011. I will curate the current mlm news, company reviews, and social media marketing news bringing my readers the most accurate and pertinent information. When I reach my goal, I will treat myself with a trip the Indianapolis,In to participate in Super Bowl XLVI fan activities.

    • Hi Ian,

      Awesome goal. 30 blog posts is a lot of content to crank out. What will help you do that is to lay out a plan of a sequence of information that will flow from one piece to the next. Short tight posts that lead from one to the next will serve you and your audience very well.

      Love that you’re multi-purposing your content! Plus sounds like your reward is something you’d work hard to achieve.

      Let me know how the Super Bowl goes because I’m going to plan on you meeting your 30 Day Challenge. And even more so I’d love for you to come back and share with me and my readers all the wins this created for your business.

      Happy New Year!

      Ann

  2. Ann

    Thank you Great post.
    I find 30 day bursts are great in my business.
    I like them for a few reasons.
    1. You 30 days to try to perfect what you are doing.
    2. There is an end so if you feel swamped you can still push to day 30 and not just give up.
    3. Helps you stay organized when you have a short term goal.

    Pete

    • Thanks Pete,

      Perfect! I agree. It helps you stay organized and focused when it’s only 30 days out.

      I would say once people know what their 30 day goal is write it down and stick on the other side of your monitor. Keep it in front of you at all times!

      Ann

  3. Hi Ann,
    Your 30 day focus is interesting,informative and will prove to be helpful.
    Most trainers advise a 90 day focus, but your refreshing in your perspective.
    Thanks!

    • Hi Tim,

      I’ll keep everyone posted as I repeat 30 Day Challenges both for myself and for my team. I feel 30 Days seems much more doable than a 90 Day Challenge.

      Let’s make it happen!

      Ann

  4. I can see where my sponsor has been coming from alongside some of the challenges and targets set by the company i trade with.

    yourself /Darren hardy / and entrepeneurs circle work from similar angles

    and a womens group attended in the uk work simiarly as do some of our uk business units
    arranging meetings also to dispel isolation in self employment

    BUT some cost money and it isnt always there in early setting up times

    without Borrowing to allow a Bigger start and Bigger risk attatched if you feel you have failed within
    a certain length of time.

    • Hi Julie,

      It sounds like you’re heading in the right direction there by connecting up in your local area for support. A 30 Day Challenge doesn’t have to cost you any money. It’s mostly goal setting with some very clear objectives in mind and then doing everything in your power to make it happen. It’s all built on action and effort. That comes free from you.

      Create a vision for your goal and make it happen!

      Ann

  5. Hi Ann….

    I have to thank you again for putting this 30 day challenge together for our team…it really got me into action as you outlined in the video.

    I have always set long term goals for myself. But, with long term goals by the time I fully realize I’m not on track I have lost time and in many cases opportunities.

    Now I’m focused on setting 30 day challenges for myself so I can adjust faster if I’m not on track. Think about it…that means I’m giving myself 12 challenges in 2012. Something tells me this is going to be a good year!!!

    Marsha

    • Marsha,

      Thanks for leading by example. You are proof positive that a 30 Day Challenge can create amazing results once you set your mind and will power to it.

      Here’s to a bright and prosperous 2012 with 12 Consecutive “30 Day Challenges”.

      Ann

  6. Thank you so much for the inspiration Ann on this first day of the year! What a great way to inject motivation into our businesses, I hope everyone reading this has sparks flying around in their mind as to what their 30 day challenge will be!

    For me, I will be building my email list through more frequent blog posts and a ‘new and improved’ email signup incentive! Cheers, Happy new year!

    • Fantastic!

      Thanks for making your 30 Day Challenge public, Rachael.

      Keep me posted on your progress!

      I’d love to hear back from you.

      Happy New Year!

      Ann

  7. Peter Robinson says:

    Hi Anne

    I am enjoying your book having listened to the whole thing I am going throught it and highlighting bits.

    I like this blog you have written, but I feel I have a few difficulties with some of it, and wondered if you could give me some advice.

    1) Given the circumstances I am in (broke and looking after my two kids), I can’t get up before 6am and have a lot to do before my wife leaves for work, so I am going to have to do my blog, SBI site building and affiliate marketing late at night.

    2) I am unsure how to create products.

    3) I am working with Kleeneze face book page (Peter’s Kleeneze), is this a fan page.

    Can I cross link my blog (www.adeterminedman.blogspot.com) with the Regenade Blog.?

    • Hi Peter,

      I understand your time constraints. The main thing you should do is break these big goals into much smaller bites.

      #1) Don’t worry about creating a product. There’s no need for you to do that. Find a product that you like and that fits your business model. Then learn to market that product. Here’s an easy suggestion to do just that.
      You can write a product review comparing one product against another. It has to be a very fair and balanced review. Additionally, if you do refer people to one of the products you do have to disclose somewhere in the article that you receive a referral fee for it. Not sure which law requires it but that’s what you need to do. No problem there though. Just be fair and balanced as you do your review. Then offer something on top of that. IE if they buy the product from you you’ll provide a 20 minute consultation.

      #2) Your question about Peter Kleeneze. I don’t know anything about it. Sorry. :)

      #3) Yes, you can crosslink (refer) your visitors to The Renegade Blog. Be sure you are set up as an affiliate of The Renegade System so that when you refer your visitors to The Renegade Blog you can capture any potential sales. If you have a question about my affiliate system send in an email to support@therenegadesystem.com

      Lastly, about SBI and you blog. Do one or the other. Not both. My preference is Word Press blog. There is tons of information on blogging right inside The Renegade Blog.

      Happy New Year!

      Ann

  8. Thanks for a great lesson, my question is, whe do I blog, who will read it?

    I don’t understand how this works!

    Can you help?

    Many thanks

    • Hi Terry,

      The best thing I can recommend is to read through the blogging related posts right here inside The Renegade Blog. There is a vast amount of training here for you.

      Secondly, purchase MLM Blog Secrets. Just look to the banner on the right of this page. Click that and listen to the sales video. You can purchase our blogging training at the end of the video.

      Let me know if you have any questions!

      Ann

  9. Hey Ann,
    thank you for all of your encouraging and helpful information! I am going to be creating 20 pages of content for our new SBI website… proven-nutrition-for-kids.com. We really can’t afford NOT to get this going quickly, and my husband is willing to sacrifice his own time to help me get this done. It’s an ambitious goal for me, but well worth the extra effort to try to reach it. Thank you!

  10. Hi Ann,

    I find your 30 day challenge interesting in that I started my own 30 day challenge just after Christmas. I actually have 3 parts to my own challenge.

    The first – I wrote a rebrandable report to promote a service that I use. It is ready to go except for finishing the instructions and uploading.

    The second is to focus solely on promoting the report and/or the service for 30 days and write an email series for my team to get them motivated.

    Third is to write a post to my blog at least twice a week. (Maybe I will aim for 3 times).

    I am a caregiver so sometimes my energies are spent doing that and I get taken away from the ‘business’ of creating my business.

    Salley

  11. Hi and thanks for inspiration!

    I have accountability partners, but I like the vibration of putting it here to!

    8 Ezine articles
    4 posts i swedish blog on MLM (Brand new blog)
    8 posts in private inspirational blog (3 years old)
    1 issue news letter
    4 one minute videos
    Going from 68 to 100 subscribers
    Exploring the effective way to use Twitter to get the above out to the world according to Ty.

    The challenge runs 2 jan-1-feb

    All the best!
    Stella

  12. Ola! Ann,
    Very interesting In last some years, there have been major changes in the threats that one faces online, and the regulatory compliance landscape one does business in. Both these things are focusing on data than just networks. Every now and then we see breach disclosures growing, and with them grow regulations meant at protecting them.
    Nice One!

  13. A thirty day burst of all out massive action is a great way to add some life to your business when it’s in a slump.

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