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4 ways to let go of what doesn’t matter in real estate

Optimize your success
  • Far too many professionals end up working for the real estate industry, as opposed to working in it.
  • Those with aspirations of a successful career in the real estate industry need to be proactive.
  • Time is much more valuable than money to a real estate professional; it’s everything.

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You have probably heard it before; time is money. Although relatively accurate, I prefer to think of time as everything. Nothing, for that matter, can reward diligent real estate agents more so than time itself. With time on your side, essentially anything is possible. Continue reading to learn how real estate agents -- and all real estate professionals for that matter -- can avoid the pitfalls of busy work and maximize the time they already have. 1. Refrain from taking on every task Real estate agents have developed a reputation for working hard. Although the housing sector is full of attractive incentives, sales won’t simply be handed to those sitting idly by. You must work hard to remain relevant. Running your own business requires a lot of sleepless nights and dedication. However, it is entirely possible for working too hard to become counterproductive. Those who insist on taking on every task that comes their way will ultimately ignore subsequent areas of thei...