Spotlight on Success
Who's on Your Team?
A new year is about to begin. If you're a real estate agent, you're hoping it's a good one. The economy is on the upswing and that's always good news. Renters can think about moving into a place of their own. Growing families can up-size. People who have been successful in their career can fulfill their dreams of more luxury or a second home. Investors can procure inventory. Life is good.
These positive signals are certainly apparent in the DFW Metroplex. More and more companies are moving their headquarters or major portions of their operations to our area. New homes are being built all over the place. This is a great place to have your business.
Are you waiting for the business to come to you or are you thinking about what you can do to grow your business? When Bill and Jane Sadek were real estate agents, they were coached by the premiere real estate coaching company, Buffini & Co. One of the most important things they learned was how valuable their time was. Real estate agents only make money when they are out in front of people - listing houses, showing homes and building a referral network. Every minute spent doing other tasks actually subtracts from income.
While selling real estate can be one of the most lucrative careers to pursue, it is also entirely possible to work very hard and go broke. In the beginning of your career, you're learning the ropes, figuring out your strengths and getting the hang of your chosen career. Doing things for yourself can be a great way