What does it take to get most of the work done in your company? What moves your company towards its goal? What is it that keeps your company operating on a daily basis? Is it you, the business owner? Partially, yes. However, you cannot do it alone. You need a team to help you run your business.
Motivation and Support
What have you done in the past that worked really well for you? Asking yourself this question is a great reminder of how far you have come from when you started your business. In this ever changing climate there is always something new to learn, however reflecting upon how you achieved your past successes and doing more of what has previously worked may keep you motivated and energised moving forward.
Over the last few weeks, Veronica Morgan and Meighan Wells have been sitting in the chair and Kevin has to say the reaction from you has been fabulous. So much so that this week they are flying solo – so to speak – if doing it together is flying solo. They will share their years of experience as two of the country’s leading buyers agents as they discuss the dumb questions buyers ask agents, the classic buyer inspection mistakes and what to do and not to do when you are negotiating.
Are you looking to implement systems and structure into your business but don’t know where to start? Or have you tried to do it ‘all’ but feel like nothing is working? Are you looking at all the tech solutions on the market and are overwhelmed with what is on offer?
I hear over and over that “the most important thing you need is to be good at what you do” or you have to have the best product. Yes, they are important, but they are not the most important things. They come in a close second but are not first.
In fact, by not following-through, you are wasting any time and effort you have already spent on achieving the goal. It’s just smart and logical to follow-through. It’s a simple choice yet why are we not doing it?
Are you facing a challenging time in your life? Are you wondering how you can still succeed in adversity? Have you wondered what the impact of having a high performing successful real estate career can have?
As an entrepreneur, you want your staff to have the same level of passion you have for the business. You want them to have the same enthusiasm as you do in trying to achieve the company goals. When the team has this type of attitude, taking ownership of one’s work is just second nature. As the business owner, how can you accomplish this?
How strong are your current buyer lists? Checking in and updating your potential buyer lists is crucial for you to establish who is still in the game and who is not. Putting your time into developing strong relationships with those who are serious about buying in this current market will be beneficial when moving forward in the purchasing stages.
In our final day with Bruce Cotterill, we will tackle the third and final ‘C’ word – consistency – and the good and/or damaging impact it can have on a business as Bruce will demonstrate this morning.