Pulse is a recurring column where we ask for readers’ takes on varying topics in a weekly survey and report back with our findings.
It’s that magical time of year again: Christmas is over, and we’re looking ahead to next year.
We all love beginning the year with good intentions, though most resolutions will be dropped by Day 32 (no one here, right?). Surely your business plans are inked, and you’re ready for a big 2022.
So, last week, we asked you to share your real estate New Year’s resolution for this year. Here’s what you had to say:
- Try harder at getting listings.
- Make new clients and get necessary knowledge to real estate.
- More direct calls to clients, excellence in everything start to finish, 50 million in sales.
- I commit to joining a global mastermind group that will meet monthly until the end of 2022.
- To be a very successful agent and really own my area.
- Fulfill my real estate goals.
- To do more follow-up with older clients, to increase my mailings to three subdivisions and to increase our income by $20,000 more than last year.
- Call five people every day.
- My new year’s intention — I’m on a mission — is to use and continuously enhance the “blueprint” our team leader and I created on our focus in recruitment, retention and continuous compliance training. In just one year, at Keller Williams NYC, this resulted in massive agent growth and profits in 2021. [My resolution is to achieve] even better and double the results in 2022, to continue to do my part in increasing my relationship-building in making this already agent-centric firm the continued real estate company of choice for NYC agents to call their “home.”
Did we miss your win? Please share in the comments section below.
Editor’s note: These responses were lightly edited for style and grammar.