Real Estate Training

Where Did Your Goals Go?

Where Did Your Goals Go?

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They Got Lost Somewhere It’s mid February.  When was the last time you looked at those goals you set back in January?   By now, most people have given up on their New Year’s Resolutions and their business goals have taken a back seat to everyday life.  The problem with this is that everyday life produces the same results you’ve always had, so...

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Systems Make a Business

Systems Make a Business

By in Eliminating Self-Sabotage, Real Estate Training |

If You Don’t Have Systems, You Don’t Have a Business Systems make a business.  Without systems, you’re just throwing things against the wall and hoping they stick.  Systems are an organized approach that guarantees success every time.  And while yes, doing the same thing over and over again may be boring, it’s also what guarantees income....

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The Secret To Effortless Success

The Secret To Effortless Success

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How Hard Are You Working For Your Success? Have you ever wondered how some people manage to be successful in life without even trying?  The business just flows in the door to them effortlessly while you work your butt off for even half the success they are experiencing.  What are you doing wrong and they doing right? Success Is Simple There are 7 very simple steps...

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Set Your Goals For Next Year

Set Your Goals For Next Year

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Goal Setting for Real Estate Agents I’m not going to comment a lot about this set of formulas for setting your real estate goals for the year.  This is meant as a simple exercise.  So fill in your numbers and let’s get started making next year your best year yet! (A) Real Estate Goal Income $_______________ (Gross to You Before Taxes) (B) Your Split with...

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How Out of State Sellers Pick A Listing Agent

How Out of State Sellers Pick A Listing Agent

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I’ve Been ThereWhen my mother passed away in 2010, I hired an agent while I was in the height of my grief.  I picked someone who seemed to be successful from his approach and demeanor, but honestly, I didn’t do any homework on him.  I was just too tired.  I did do one thing smart, I refused to give him a year listing.  I wasn’t willing to have the...

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