- Being confident in real estate is a make-or-break quality of a good agent.
- Most clients won't know your actual level of skill, but they can easily tell if you feel uncomfortable about doing your job.
- If you come across like you're winging it, it'll end up killing your career. Preparation is the key.
Do you worry about not knowing what to say to your buyers and sellers? Do live in fear of your transactions falling apart? Do you secretly feel like you’re not a real estate pro, and you’re not sure how to get there? These are all issues with your own self-confidence (or lack of it)!
Being confident in real estate is a make-or-break quality of a good agent. Most clients won’t know your actual level of skill, but they can easily tell if you feel uncomfortable about doing your job. If you come across like you’re winging it, it’ll end up killing your career.
Today, we’re continuing our discussion of how you can take action to boost your confidence in real estate.
Preparation is the key, and we’re covering key techniques to ensure that you’re prepared in every area to deal with any transaction.
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