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Resolutions and the new year simply go together. There’s something about the turning of the calendar that makes renewal feel almost irresistible and goal-setting a given. Even if you haven’t yet totally decided what your new year’s resolutions will include, we know you’ve been thinking about them, at least a little.

It’s OK, you can tell us. What have you been hoping for, dreaming of and angling toward next year? Are you setting great big goals or tiny, incremental ones? Are you planning a major overhaul of your business or getting back to basics with some things that you know you should be doing anyway? We really want to know: What are you planning to do differently next year? Here’s what you’ve told us so far:

  • Going really heavy on direct mail. We are a phone-only and past clients team for leads. Going back to the basics.
  • Focus on educating my clients and SOI that there is a lot of headline news that doesn’t tell the story of how much opportunity there is in the market. Buyers and sellers are looking for trusted advisors who can navigate this volatile market with confidence. I am the pilot that remains calm as we navigate through the storm and lands the airplane full of anxious passengers without [crashing].
  • Work smarter
  • Hire a coach
  • Act
  • After 33 years in the business, I have a database full of past clients and a strong sphere of influence that count on me to provide clear and certain information about our local market. I’m going to stay in touch with them regularly and in a variety of ways. I have learned that my time and effort are much better invested in people that already know and trust me rather than in trying to attract new customers that may or not like the way I do business. 
  • I plan on touching my clients more and being more disciplined and motivated. 
  • Prospect more
  • More popbys

Now it’s your turn. Share your 2023 plans in the comments below.

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