Being a successful producer in any aspect of life is more than having high production. Production or money or wealth is only one measuring stick.
Success is an elusive concept to many people. It has as many different definitions as there are people on earth. To truly achieve success one has to create their own vision of exactly what it is they want and desire.
Being true to your philosophy leads to less stress and to more income, happier clients, more referrals, and ultimately less time spent working.
The power to decide and understand that you will have to do something is one of the most powerful decisions in the universe.
In all areas of life, taking action is the key to success. Most people, who fail to achieve what they want, fail for lack of action. The ability to take action is the skill that ultimately separates the winners from the losers in the game of life.
The goal of our company is to create Champion performers. The other day I was working on the thought, what is a Champion? What does it take for someone to become a Champion? What makes some people Champions and other people not?
I recently read about Jack Welch’s six key rules in Forbes magazine. Jack Welch is the CEO of General Electric. He has been instrumental in leading General Electric into a higher level of dominance in the marketplace. Let me share with you the real estate application to these six rules.
I was asked recently what the one skill is that a REALTOR® needs in order to be successful. That was a tough question. The one skill…I thought about it over and over. There are so many skills Agents need to be successful.
I recently read a statement from Oliver Wendell Holmes. He said, “To reach the port of success, we must sail; sometimes with the wind, and sometimes against it, but we must sail, not drift or lie anchor.
Lao-Tzu said, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” John Maxwell said, “Success is a journey not a destination.” You combine the two and create the success journey begins with a single step.
Many people in real estate sales think being called a salesperson is like being called an axe murderer. Being a salesperson is an honorable profession. It is a highly skilled and professional avocation.
What is the most important asset you own? Is it that wonderful home you own? Is it the beautiful car that you drive to and from those listing appointments? Is it your investment account of stocks that in the last twelve months has taken a beating?