Some people believe that by committing a goal to writing, the goal’s achievement is almost assured, provided you do the actions – are willing to pay the price. This is untrue. The goal must be realistic if you are going to achieve it. In this short sales session, real estate business consultant, Gary Pittard, explains what it takes to set achievable, worthwhile goals.
Personally, I’m not fond of resolutions but I know many people are. I’d prefer commitments to resolutions, but I’m getting ahead of myself. Before we look forward into the new year, let’s spend some time thinking about the year that is now behind us.
How was this last year for you?
- Were you happy with your results?
- Did you set goals and achieve them?
- Did you complete the year on target and relatively slump-free?
As we approach the halfway mark of the sales calendar year, now is time to review your progress towards your goals. A good performance review will highlight any areas where your sales performance has been deficient and encourage you to take corrective action NOW. In this short real estate sales session with Gary Pittard you will discover practical tips on how to increase your listings and sales.
Think about the last time you planned a journey. Perhaps you are planning one now. Question: What is the first choice you make? Answer: You decide WHERE you want to go. You decide upon the destination.
Never would you plan a trip beginning with the itinerary – flights, hotels, transfers, tours. The destination is the first decision.
Planning a successful career is similar to planning a holiday: the destination comes first. Continue reading Destination First, Itinerary Second
We can choose to be happy or sad. Spend too long being sad and it becomes a habit, and you can become a toxic person.
I know people who can’t wait to get upset about something – outraged even. They seldom ever say anything positive about anybody. Their arrogance is amazing: everybody but them is stupid.
And they’re always making themselves out to be victims. Everybody, it seems, is out to get them. No doubt you know the type. Personally, I get them out of my life as quickly as possible. Continue reading Choose Wisely
When it comes to success, there is the easier way, and the hard way. Note that I said, “easier“, and not “easy“. Success is never easy, but some routes to success are easier than others.
Many choose the hard way. This is the way with no goals, no plans, and no focused action. People who choose this way go to