Invigorate Your London Ontario Real Estate Career, Some Concepts Part 4
OK, you have read parts 1, 2 and 3; now, the nitty-gritty.
Questions Only You Can Answer:
- If you continue doing what you have done, will you get the same outcomes?
- Are you chasing or hunting for clients?
- Do people think you are just another real estate salesperson? A commodity?
- Is your income’s future confident and secure?
- Can you see yourself achieving all your financial goals, lifestyle, and time freedom?
- Where do you see yourself three years from now?
- Are you committed to working directly with sellers who want to sell their homes or buyers who wish to buy a home?
When the path you’re on isn’t leading you to where you want to go, the first thing you should want to do is to stop travelling on it further. Or faster! You could have the fastest person on the earth race the 100-yard dash on a tricycle; they may be the fastest and committed but on the wrong method.
” If you follow conventional wisdom from conventional people living conventional lives, you will get exactly that. A conventional life!” M.J DeMarco
I am offering an opportunity, a plan, and the help to make changes in your real estate business, re-inventing it to be free of the dog and pony show successfully — a clear path in 3-12 months, not some ongoing b.s. that meanders on and on and gets you where you just came from!
Fear of the unknown is intense and uncomfortable. So is broke and frustrated! Fear and comfort zone prevents many people from living their ideal lives.
If you genuinely believe you have what it takes to succeed as a Realtor in London, Ontario, let’s talk:
Ty Lacroix Owner and Broker of Record 519-435-1600
PS: Look at a calendar; when I do, I never see someday! Or one day! Or If! I wrote the blog post below twelve years ago that I still email to clients; it’s yours to use as well.
Why Do We Say “If” To Ourselves? Especially Real Estate?
Why do we, if ourselves, all the time? If I had done that or had said that, it goes on and on.
This week alone, I heard the following:
Do you see that house on the corner? If I had bought it when I first saw it, it just sold again for $86,000 more!
If only I had bought it three months ago.
If only I had put up my house for sale instead of 2 months ago.
If I had seen that last week, I could have bought it, but now it is sold; I loved it.
- That was a reasonable price if I had only been ready.
- If I could only get my wife, husband, parents, children, guru, mentor, lover, minister, or cat to agree, I would have bought it!
If I stand in that checkout line, I if myself as well. Will it be quicker than the others? If I don’t work out this morning, what are the consequences? If I do this, if I do that?
I read that iffing is an average human (emotion) (reaction) (call for help) (uncertainty) or all of those.
I do not have the answer, but I vow not to use the word if today! If I remember!