Congratulations! You are ready to invest in yourself as a real estate agent or team leader, and you’ve hired a real estate coach. Hopefully, the potential to grow personally and professionally brought you to this point. Sometimes, it is unconverted leads piling up, general burnout or even just a static state for you and your team -- the numbers aren’t great, but they’re not bad either. They just are. Let’s see how you can get the most from your real estate coaching experience -- go from jogging in place to lapping your competitors -- but more importantly, let’s beat those personal bests. After all, with the right real estate coach, the principles offered by him or her transcend the personal/professional barrier. Hiring the right coach Some coaches are accountability experts; they’ll keep you hitting your contacts, appointments and contracts. They yell in your face as you round the bend: “Faster! Harder! Stronger!” Some people may need this kind of coach, b...
- You are in a specific time and place in your career, and a good coach will adapt his or her training to your specific needs.
- A good coaching company will provide you notes or a recording of your sessions.
- Come to each coaching session with something to discuss. Reflect on where you are at, what struggles you are having and what skills or knowledge you need.
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