In this article, you will find 5 things to do now to help your Real Estate Career. Do you believe only the top students achieve success? Are you afraid to be transparent on Social Media? It’s difficult to grow your real estate career. But you do not need to be a rocket scientist to do it. I struggled in school because I was hungry and weary all of the time. I was a bad student. But being a terrible student hasn’t stopped me from becoming successful in real estate. I am now a Broker/Owner. That’s why today, I want to talk about transparency. This is my way of understanding why you should be authentic on social media. To hear more, check out my short video.
Even with all of that, so much hardship, I still managed to succeed-and so can you! It’s starts with a shift in mindset.Deborah Ann Spence
A Bad Student Who Achieve Success
I struggled in school. It was difficult to concentrate. Also, I dealt with several social-economic issues that are too painful to rehash here—but knowing that I had a hard time in school and at home is critical because I still managed to achieve success with all of that.
Yes, success is relative. Therefore, it can mean different things to different people. For me, waking up and making my bed in the morning was my success story. Eventually, that evolved into a sales career and selling one home in a year. After 30 days in real estate sales, I sold not one house but two. Therefore, I consider myself successful even though I was a bad student. Enough about that, how did I overcome the challenges I faced.
EQ, for short, is the answer to how to overcome. Another word can be resilience. Whatever is the vogue word of the year doesn’t matter. I did it with an incredible amount of grit, and so can you.
Five Things to do Now to Help Your Real Estate Career
No one can write your story. Here are some critical steps for you to follow.
- Figure out where you are currently in life. Become brutally honest.
- Get a physical. Sometimes learning issues are rooted in underlying physical ailments. For example, I knew via a material that I was anemic. Anemia is the source of some learning difficulties.
- Write down your goals as future affirmations-For instance, if you want to become a Real Estate Agent, write down “I am a Real Estate Agent.”
- Use the software Mindmap by Concept Draw to help visualize the steps you need to take to reach your goal.
- Track your activities. I use an app called ATracker. It helps to figure out what you are wasting your time on. I was not surprised to learn that I was watching way too much television when I did this. However, I was pleasantly surprised that I did spend more time reading than I thought. Tracking my time helped me reduce television time and increase my reading time. When I did this, I soared.
Life is hard, and a Real Estate Career can be extremely difficult, especially initially. However, you do not need to be a top student or a rocket scientist. However, you do need to follow the five steps outlined above. Reach out if you need help.
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