I am often asked how do I get the right results in real estate whether in making real estate a career or a personal real estate sell or purchase. I find myself answering theses questions the same way I handle my business and life: I use an action plan that utilizes three steps I have found valuable in all scenarios
The indispensable steps to getting things you want done …now…. starts with little baby steps every single day . Whether having your first child, getting married, preparing for college, selling your home,buying your first, or relocating to another state, it doesn’t matter; you have to take small steps every day to get to where you want to be. That’s the trick–no shortcuts about it–and it will require patience, because you’re going to want to give up, not because the goal isn’t worthy or the change you want isn’t necessary, we just get tired and frustrated that the result takes so long
A quote that I use when training on this concept is by Ben Stein, “the indispensable first step to getting the things you want out of life is this: decide what you want”
Yes, it sounds so simple to decide what you want. But what is it that you want? This is the hard part. So sit down and taking inventory of exactly what you want.
Three steps that help me create an action plan to get to this point are:
- Define -do some soul-searching what is it that I really want
- Decide -recognize the change is necessary and remember deciding is not the action step it’s just the recognition that you need to do something
- Do -here’s the action step “start”
The average person will start,stop,complain, and point fingers and yet never change to get what they want.
Be above average set your course and get some help. My life’s philosophy is I want to be more than I am today by leading others to their purpose leaving impact wherever I go. I also believe that this life is not meant to be lived alone which means we all need help and asking the right people for help will get you to where you want to be and you’ll learn at the same time so yes I’m asking you to ask for help.