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As a newer agent you have a lot of expectations your first year. You make big goals and take massive action. But you don't get what you want...yet. Everyone's journey is different and mine feels slower than expected. As long as I'm getting better everyday, then I know the results will come.
The time and effort put into my business is beginning to unravel as I start to work with more people in assisting their real estate goals. You must trust the process, and while it may seem hard in the beginning, you will be rewarded with your commitment.
As someone who is in the trenches daily when it comes to the old school methods of prospecting, I can tell you that there are great benefits to hiring an agent who does this... There are so many other factors that would play into why someone hires an agent, but finding an agent who is hard at work as a first impression is a great starting point.
I find that the fastest way to learn something is by being in a situation where you are forced to learn and perform a certain activity. This occurs through having someone or something give you the pressure to act. We do more for other people than we do for ourselves. This principle can be applied to your own education for your own benefit. Let other people place pressure on you to learn something important.
You cannot win a game by always being on the defense...same concept with business. The best in the industry have, at some point, been in attack mode in order to survive and thrive. It's like being a hunter or a farmer. The hunter (who is on the offense) is able to get his food quickly while the farmer (defense) sits back and waits to harvest his crop. Being both is essential to obtain a great business, but if you want to eat now, you must hunt.
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