Whether we are talking about a good experience, like the co-op scenario above; or even a bad experience, where you have learned what NOT to do from observing an agent, This engagement or observation with other agents should then lead back to some self-examination. You’ve observed and are learning from what others are doing. Now it’s time to take a look at yourself. How can you learn from YOU? Well… I developed this self examination quiz to make the task easier.
What amazed me the most about our session and our team is that almost every single idea on the board had a goal of helping people. None of them looked like business ideas. They all looked like ways to genuinely connect with the community. Our way of doing things around here is organic and community oriented.
Did you ever wake up in the middle the night because you had such an amazing idea on how to build your business and get new clients? Well, I have. It’s happened to me more than once, which is part of the reason I look so darn tired every day.
You ARE worth it: Another Way to Say “You Get What You Pay For” It is hard to get a listing, but business-wise, that is the goal. The more listings you have, the more buyer leads you generate, and that propels your business. When all of your hard work begins to pay off and you Read More >>
Choosing a broker is like choosing a mate, but harder. There is no real estate Tinder, so you have to go out and find your broker the old fashioned way. In case you need ideas on how to stalk Brokers, see the list below: Walk your neighborhood for signs. Go online to a real estate Read More >>