Posts Tagged ‘goals’

Succeed in 2012 by Setting Realistic Expectations

January 9, 2012

When entering the New Year, it’s common to set goals for yourself. In real estate, those goals are translated into more clients, more listings and, most importantly, more closings. Just remember to not go overboard.

Sometimes, I hear agents say that their goal is 50 or even 100 transactions. Even a team of agents would have trouble meeting these numbers, and I hear this from a single real estate agent. If that wasn’t bad enough, they only completed 10 transactions the prior year.

Setting lofty goals is a good practice, but it’s also important to set goals that can be reached. When your ambition is too high, it can begin to look daunting and unattainable, which could end up setting you back.

Here are some realistic goals that will help you get on the right track in 2012: (more…)

Developing A Bullet-Proof Plan To Succeed

July 1, 2009

daily plannerWhether you specialize in commercial or residential real estate you face significant challenges and obstacles every day. How can you meet the challenges head-on and overcome the obstacles to get what you want?

First of all, let’s agree that it isn’t easy. Don’t make the mistake of underestimating the difficulty of time management, prospecting and follow-up. However, it can be done. You can take control of your real estate career and achieve the very goals that brought you to real estate. The formula for success can be divided into three basic parts.