How getting back to work is like going back to school — 6 Do’s and Don’ts! Our guest is Diva Dawn Ralston, Founder of Declutter with Diva Dawn, known on eBay as Top Rated Seller divadawnlv.
Our guests for eBay Radio Show #695 on August 29, 2017, are:
Griff told Lee about an upcoming seller meetup on the topic of seller tools, including the Merchant Integration Platform (MIP) at http://www.mip.ebay.com. Lee and Griff read Part 2 of “Time Management for People With No Time”, adapted from a post by Cliff Ennico in Rieva Lesonsky’s Small Biz Daily.
Owner of Declutter with Diva Dawn and Director of Camp Clutter B Gone; known on eBay as Top Rated Seller divadawnlv, owner of eBay store Diva Dawn LV.
Tackling big projects on top of day-to-day tasks — and getting it all done! Our guest is Diva Dawn Ralston, founder of Declutter with Diva Dawn and Director of Camp Clutter B Gone, known on eBay as Top Rated Seller divadawnlv.
Our guests for eBay Radio Show #682 on May 23, 2017, are:
Griff and Lee read “Time Management for People With No Time – Part 1”, adapted from a post by Cliff Ennico in Rieva Lesonsky’s Small Biz Daily. Ron, Birmingham AL (oilerman21), asked about title format. Paula, Bigfork MT (dbruno), had a question for Lee.
Priorities are everything. What is on your “A” list? Here is a simple 3-minute task for each day. First, list all your tasks for today, even the mundane or personal. Then categorize them by levels: A, B, C or D.
“A” items are the must-do’s for today, such as shipping sold items or your 3pm meeting with your child’s teacher. Your “B” list would consist of stuff that if left undone today would result in few if any repercussions; for example, filing your paperwork or cleaning off your file cabinet. “C” items, if left undone, would have little to no negative impact on your business or life.
“D” is for items to delegate whenever possible. This works. Have fun.
Every now and then I have to remind myself of the 80/20 rule. We used it in radio sales to mean that 20% of the sales staff bring in 80% of the sales. For eBay sellers, it means that 20% of your efforts create 80% of your sales. So identify that 20%, write down a list of what comprises it and make these efforts your biggest priority.
Griff and Lee discussed eBay’s new Cross-Category Browse experience for football fans at http://www.ebay.com/football, launched just in time for the Super Bowl. eBetsy, Dallas TX, called in with breaking news about a timely and heartwarming eBay for Charity initiative (http://www.ebay.com/rpp/ebay-for-charity).
Griff and Lee took turns reading “5 Ways Billionaires Maximize Their Time”, adapted from an article by Brian D. Evans for Entrepreneur.com (http://www.entrepreneur.com). Julie, Las Vegas NV (julies*jems), called in to share her returns experiences.