I recently heard Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane (subject of the book and movie “Moneyball”) speak at an industry conference. I don’t normally read business or sports books, but Beane’s talk was so fascinating that, by the time I left the conference hall, I had pulled up my library’s website and requested a copy. And it didn’t disappoint.
- The stress of running a real estate business isn't worth it unless you're living your dream, not someone else's.
- Brokers, don't be taken in by surface flash. Focus on substance, such as actual performance data, when recruiting agents to join your team.
- It's never too late to reinvent your business. If you're not getting where you want to go, cut your losses and make a mid-season change.