As real estate agents and entrepreneurs, we hear no more often than yes. Sharing your failures can help create a learning culture within your team.
With 80 million visitors a month, and a request for a Zillow Offer every 1.25 seconds, Zillow is far ahead of the competition. Are you prepared for this next phase?
Burnout can be scary. Feelings of overwhelm, exhaustion, and lack of control can begin to spiral, making you feel helpless. But by tracking these thoughts and feelings, similar to how we track the numbers in our business, we can notice patterns and prevent burnout.
Lisa Chinatti shares her story of how she built the number one real estate team in Massachusetts - by focusing on culture first.
Want to build your audience? Consistency and practice.
Putting out something you believe in is a vulnerable move, and if you aren’t performing the way you envisioned, your mind can start to take over and tell you to stop.
This is the time to keep going.
In an industry that is 100% commission based, new real estate agents are thrown into a position where expertise is required and the learning curve is high. Ryan Casey shares what he has learned as he nears the end of his new agent training.
When you realize you are falling short on a goal, adjust your actions.
Reviewing my own notes, and reading through the T3 Summit Executive Notes, I compiled the most impactful points to help prepare for the rest of 2019 and beyond.