Achieving growth as a realtor can be challenging enough, let alone maintaining it. In today’s episode of The Real Estate Sales Podcast, Jimmy explains five different temptations that can prevent realtors from maintaining momentum.
- It’s easy to continue with your current strategy once you’ve seen success. However, trying new creative ideas is what encourages business growth.
- Make sure you aren’t just accepting incoming business but continually fostering new opportunities.
Reactive vs. Proactive
- Be the person that understands potential problems that might occur and account for those issues.
- Once you’re in a place where you no longer have to put out fires, you’ll be able to focus on other things.
Quit expanding your business
- Even if you’re comfortable with where you’re at, this line of thinking is dangerous to your business.
- It could be something as simple as determining a new prospecting system. Constantly look for ways to improve your business.
- From the wise words of Willie Nelson, “if I back it up, it’s just because I’m getting a running start.”
Stop following up with past clients.
- It’s easy to assume your past clients will automatically reach out to you when they have business.
- But not only are they your potential business, but they’re also your source of referrals, information, and testimonials. Having a solid relationship with them will make it easier to find and get these components.
Not saving enough money.
- Put more cash away than you think you should. The market is fantastic right now, but it might not always stay that way.
- If the market turns the other way, you’ll have enough money to take advantage of the opportunities that present themselves.
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