Looking to the senior guys for some stats on this. Yes I know that making the calls is the important things, and more calls seems to average it out, but I am a stats nerd, and I know we encourage statistics. The way I track things are Dials, Contacts (Someone picks up the phone...measures list effectiveness), Presentations (pitches to the indended party), and Prospects (qualified for interest and money, wants information, etc. Basically the "mail" part of Bill Good's call-mail-call.) Questions...Dials - Be honest people...I track my every dial, and honestly with everything that you have to do 150-200 seems like a lot. Maybe not. How many do you feel is enough for a "good" day? Probably depends on contacts.Contacts / Presentations - I think a contact rate of 25-30% is good for residential. Businesses are higher, but your presentation percentages are lower. What do you think is "good" for number of presentations?Prospects - How many do you shoot for a day?I appreciate everyone's insight. Thanks!