You’re a new REALTOR®, congratulations.
The good news? You’re your own boss.
The bad news? You’re your own boss. Don’t be a lousy one.
You’ve worked for someone else before. Right? Most of you have. You showed up on time, you got the most important things done. Every day you showed up, you planned out your vacations carefully, you figured out how to run your life and get important things done likely groceries, kitty to the vet, meeting the repair guy, kids to school early, preparing for family visiting over the holidays.
You figured out what to do when your child was sick, you made the most out of your weekends. You were amazing with that 40-50 hour or more obligation every week.
You had to … it meant job stability, it paid the bills.
Why would you treat your business any different? Why would you treat someone else’s business with more respect and reliability than you treat your own?
As you start your real estate career, this be-a-good-boss concept could be your make-it-or-break-it factor. In my years of training new agents, this is one of the difference makers.
I see agents succeed all the time and I see agents fail all the time. Momentum vs. no momentum. Traction vs. no traction. Income vs. not. What really is the difference between the two extremes? This is one of them.
Be a good boss.