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Insights From Listing Agent Bootcamp 2018

July 19, 2018

A lot of us aren’t hungry enough for our goals and it shows in our results. How can we overcome this so we can start winning? Why are relationships so important? What does it take for us to stop making excuses and step into our purpose? On this episode, we discuss some of the key learnings and insights from our Listing Agent Bootcamp.




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Three Things We Learned From This Episode

  • Excellent client service is always rewarded

    Don’t rest on having a big database. It doesn’t mean you don’t have to put in effort. Great customer service during the transaction is a given. What makes the difference is how we take care of our clients after the transaction. That level of customer service is what gets us the referrals.


  • Think financial freedom, not debt freedom

    The goal should be to achieve to be financially free, not to be debt free. When you say the latter, you tend to focus on the debt part. Be careful what you put in your mind everyday, and focus on things that are big and expansive.


  • Relationships are key

    Our main goal at our events is to help people build relationships. So think about the three people you met at the event that you have to follow up with. Who are the people you should go deeper with on a relationship and what value can you bring to them? Don’t think about what they can bring to you-- think about what you can do. Eventually they will give value to you, but you have to give first.


There’s a big difference between “wanting something” and wanting something enough to overcome all excuses and limitations that hold you back. Even small tweaks in the right direction can help take your business to the next level. Ultimately, you have to be willing to learn and educate yourself so you can be free and win at this game called business.