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  It is safe to say that about 98 out of 100 people who have gotten into residential real estate, did not choose real estate as a first career. So we truly are a “melting pot” industry; and the transferrable skills new agents bring into our industry are broad, positive, and seemingly countless. Many of those who get into real estate may have been prompted to do so due to changing life events, some of those events had created negative circumstances; nevertheless, a career in real estate provides the new agent the opportunity to rebound, and in …

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The More You Learn, The More You Earn and Knowledge is Power These two statements we use on Champions School of Real Estate materials for our customers who are moving into a new career in real estate, mortgage lending, inspection or appraisal. It works for every industry and every career if you take the meanings to heart. Self-confidence is the key to claiming any job and keeping that job. When self-confidence in yourself or your activity is lacking, people either fire themselves or they may be asked to resign by …

AUGUST---Randy-Blog-avatar

At the end of last month’s blog post, I posed this thought-provoking question to any Brokers responsible for leading real estate agents; “Why do your agents not achieve what they say they will achieve?”   The answer to the question may or may not surprise you, but the answer is nevertheless simple and brief; “Because you let them.” Real estate agents are great at making ambitious statements as to what they intend to achieve in terms of production, but when the time comes to account for their actions, most fall short because no …

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It is time to assess your goals that you pin in place the first of the year.  We are halfway through the year and if you are not where you intended to be, ask yourself; why not? Here are my personal suggestions for moving your business forward, fast and efficiently. As part of the process, you might call your good customers and ask them for any feedback they can give you to increase your business.  Ise this feedback in the second half of the year to reach the level you …

July---Randy-Blog-avatar

Randy often says, “What we permit we promote,” or as noted author, Ken Blanchard says, “We train people as to how to treat us.” If we are concerned about our clients making demands upon us that go beyond our comfort zone, if our clients are habitually late to meetings, not following our professional instructions, not buying into the business philosophy we promote and follow in the best interests of our client achieving their intended results, generally, treating us on a level less than what we deserve; it’s not the client’s …


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