When it comes to mindset, lead generation, lead conversion, a strong listing presentation, and systems and structure for your business, Tim Stout nails it. In this episode, David gets inside the mind and business of top-producing real estate agent Tim Stout. Get your journal, buckle in and learn how this agent is taking more listings, making more sales and being very consistent with all of it!
How do you guarantee success? Here is what works!
POINT #1: Anything will work great as long as you do great work.
POINT #2: There are 3 ways to put out great work. Build your skills, love what you do and have good intentions.
CHALLENGE FOR YOU:
Commit everyday to doing great work by building your skills, leveraging your talent, finding a way to love what you do and having good intention.
QUOTE OF THE DAY FOR YOU
"Anything will work great as long as you do great work."
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A common theme in business and sales is "How do I stay consistent?"
Answer- Get good at procrastinating!
Procrastination is good if it is used on the right things.
When was the last time when someone in your life got interupted by the important things you were supposed to get done or the habits you wanted to develop?
What would it be like if you procrastinated on the distractions and things that are not contributing to your commitments?
Get good at delegating to times. When things that are urgent but not important, delegate them to another time when you're not doing your important activities.
Consider procrastination isn't a bad thing if you procrastinate on the right things.
Okay, time management.
[Gosh] If there is a common theme in real estate or a business alone, it is definitely this idea of "how do I stay consistent?" "How do I manage my time?" "How do I remove the distractions?" and...
When do you know you are thinking too much?
Are you the type of person that agonizes over a decision before you take action?
What would it be like for you and your business if you took the action first, analyzed, learned from it and then took more action?
Action --> Learn --> Tweak --> Repeat
Don't get analytical before the action. Take the action then analyze.
Live by the 40% rule. Once you have 40% of the data you need, take action!
Are you thinking too much?
This video's for all my analytical folks out there, right. I just had a coaching client email me and say, "Hey! What do you think of the sign? Should it be green? Should it be black? Should it be red? Should it be this way? And after we already established, we've already established that is a good-looking sign, you should keep that sign. And now going back over it again and again I mean, Are you the type of person that agonizes over a postcard for two weeks...