- When you set goals, share them with the people around you -- especially your family -- so they can understand your priorities.
- Success requires repetitious boredom.
- Ups in downs in your cash flow are often a reflection of the ups in downs in your quality of life. For consistency, invest in a schedule that allows to you set time aside for your core disciplines.
The beauty of real estate is that anybody can become an agent, get their feet wet by doing a few deals here and there and then start working on it full-time — if it’s a good fit.
There aren’t many professions that you can do that with — and even fewer that pay the kind of money you’ll make as an agent.
Today we’re talking with Jean Lewis from the Re/Max Alliance Jen & Jean Team serving the Edwardsville, Illinois, area. Jean has been a licensed real estate agent for 18 years but worked as a hobbyist until she teamed up with her friend and real estate partner, Jennifer Teske.
When Jen and Jean got serious, their business took off — hitting 60 transactions in 2014, then exceeding 100 in 2015. Where does it go from here?
Tune in today and learn what they’re doing that’s making the difference in their business, and how you can do the same in your own.
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Tim and Julie Harris have over 20 years’ experience in real estate. Learn more about their real estate coaching and training programs at timandjulieharris.com, or schedule a free coaching call with them at freecoachingcallsforagents.com.