REPerspectivesJune26

Dated: June 18 2020

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RE/MAX Realty Advantage

Real Estate Perspectives 

Part 1 & 2

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When face-to-face with your own mortality, you will undoubtedly say one of two things:

“I’m glad I did” or “I wish I had.” The CHOICE is yours!

 A career in real estate sales offers the genuine opportunity to generate an unlimited income. Unlike typical corporate and government jobs, no one dictates how much money you can or will earn each year. As a real estate agent, you can make as much money as you have reason and passion to make. You can give yourself $30,000, $50,000 even $100,000+ raises every year for simply having good reasons “why” and focusing on the right activities. It is definitely one of the best careers in the world for people possessing unlimited passions and wanting to live life at the highest level.

 Before you get too excited, you should also be aware that a career in real estate sales also has a dark side. Real estate agents can work 80 hours per week and earn absolutely nothing. How? By not having a clear direction and succumbing to the illusion that busy work and productive work are one in the same. Simply put, if you have a clear plan and choose to implement the right activities, your success is inevitable. Likewise, if you have no plan and choose to focus on the wrong activities, your demise is inevitable. The bottom line is that if your real estate business is not reaping rewards at the levels you desire, chances are you are not sowing the right seeds.

One of the key differences between top earners and the rest of the real estate “herd” is that top earners intentionally move toward productive and stay away from busy. They are keenly aware that very few activities are classified as dollar-productive, and as a result, choose to focus their time, energy and efforts on just those tasks that generate the highest amount of income per hour.

Unfortunately, a majority of agents today choose to act in very spontaneous and reactive ways, and as a result, end up spending a lion share of their time on irrelevant activities. When results don’t show up, they resign themselves to blaming external factors such as market conditions instead of looking inward toward things they can actually change and control. Given this behavior, it’s not hard to see why most real estate agents earn far less than they should – but get exactly what they deserve.

To succeed at the highest level, you can’t incorporate a wish, wait and hope strategy. This industry will give you what you truly aspire to as long as you maintain a purposeful direction, take vital action and remain focused on the priorities of goal achievement.

IT’S UP TO YOU!

Space is limited, please RSVP to kristy@281advantage.com or by calling 210-495-5252

Friday, June 26, 2020 from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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San Antonio, TX 78232

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Johnny Morrow

Johnny Morrow is an entrepreneur and innovator in the real estate industry. As collaborator on the Value-Driven approach to sell real estate Johnny has been able to educate himself beyond that which ....

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