As a real estate agent, you need to improve your focus as your business grows so that it doesn’t end up owning you.
Do you own your business or does your business own you?
Real estate agents are susceptible to becoming victims of their own success. Even as your business grows, you still only have 24 hours in a day. Are you focusing on the right things to propel your business forward?
Success brings with it a certain amount of stress, but you don’t have to let it consume your life. It’s possible to have a thriving, quality business and a high quality of life.
What’s the difference between an agent who produces $4 million per year and one who produces $40 million per year? The only difference is their focus. As your business grows, it becomes harder to realize what you need to focus on and what you don’t need to focus on. We spend the majority of our training sessions doing exactly that—helping agents figure out what their vital activities are so they can maintain a high level of focus during the hours they invest in their business. You didn’t get into real estate to have a job that owns you, right? You want a business that fills your life, not the other way around.
If you need a great tip to get started, turn off all the notifications on your phone. All those newsflashes and Facebook updates are killing your business. It’s been proven that multitasking actually doubles the amount of time it takes you to complete a single task. In other words, one two-minute interruption will have you needing four minutes to get back on track in terms of what you were doing before. By turning off your notifications and focusing on a single task at a time, you’ll get more done in less time.
You have to create an environment where you can get away from the constant distractions. Helping agents build an extraordinary business is my passion, and I can help you have a thriving, profitable business and time off for your family.
If you’d like to know more about what it takes to get to that level, don’t hesitate to call or email me anytime. I’d love to talk to you about it.