Personality figures prominently in every human interaction. Real estate professionals, builders and project managers are at the forefront of this interaction and it is imperative that they appreciate key leadership styles.
Do you find yourself telling people that you are too busy to do the things you need to build your business? That’s just a cheap excuse, says David Greenspan. You need to produce predictable days with income producing activities.
Dues are basically hard work. I mean really hard work! Getting out there and “pounding the pavement” work. Along with this is learning, failing, succeeding, being humbled, feeling despair and experiencing letdowns.
Imagine hosting an open house where you don’t ask for a follow up. You’d be missing opportunity. Same with online. Earning leads online is about asking for the business and the way to do that is through lead-generation forms.
Most leases require a tenant to obtain insurance that is consistent with the lease terms before they can enter a premises. Despite this fundamental prerequisite to enter, most tenants fail to meet the lease’s insurance provision.
Here’s how you can become a stronger and better leader – even if you don’t have a team. Even if you work on your own, you must lead the people you work with and even your customers. Bruce Keith explains in this short video.
My client asked, “Why is it so hard to pick up the phone?” He said he schedules in the time to prospect every day but when it comes time to actually pick up the phone, he freezes and can’t bring himself to do it.
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