I bet you know as well as anybody that one of the best ways to improve your performance is to hire a coach. A coach will lift you to the next level more quickly -- and will create more clarity along the way.
There are two types of goals. Defined goals and undefined goals. What’s the difference? Undefined goals can lead you down the garden path and leave you feeling unsuccessful, having not made any realistic progress towards where you want to be. So what's the solution?
It is hard to conceive that the use of game mechanics and rewards could have entered the real estate arena in a such a profound way. The question is, how can you use gamification to boost your real estate business?
The general purpose of a leaderboard is to show a group of “players” how well they are doing. Often used in gamification systems, individuals are able to see who is in the lead, to compare scores, and in effect checking out their own “ranking.”
Improving your overall sales performance an agent is a constant challenge. This why many attend sales training sessions, coaching, and seminars looking for the one or two key innovations to make an impact on their overall yearly commissions.
For many brokers and team leaders, holding agents accountable is one of the most common difficulties. It can be a struggle to get your team to stick to set goals, do the work set out to achieve targets, and ultimately perform.
Every broker or real estate team leader wants their performance to grow. While a team of top performers can easily improve performance month to month, without proper goals, most teams will struggle to make positive change on a consistent basis.
Most of us, if not all, have a dream or vision that we hope will come true one day. Small or big, personal or business related, for many agents these desires and hopes are often unattainable without the dedication and hard work.