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February 21, 2013


Prospect Banking . When You Are Firing On All Cylinders

by mark mclean

You know those days when you are just feeling amazing from the moment you get up in the morning? Honestly, I don’t think they happen very often but when they do, it’s time to capitalize on them. One of the things you should plan to do every day is to call ten people and as I have mentioned in a previous video post, there are days when you just aren’t up to it. That is a reality of life. My suggestion was to break up those calls over the course of the day. Take lots of breaks. Conversely, you should capitalize on those days when you have made your ten contacts, you’ve had great response and even nailed a few leads. You are on a roll….now keep going. It’s kind of like saving money for a rainy day. If you have been in the business for any length of time you would agree with me when I say that the best days in real estate are when we are crazy busy and the worst days are when there is absolutely nothing going on.

And so ends the lesson for today. If you haven’t had a chance to see the other videos in this series please click on the links below. Have a great day.

1. What Can Running 1000km Teach You About Being A successful Realtor

2. Don’t Hit The Snooze Button On Your Real Estate Career

3. Prospecting 101. Slow And Steady Wins The Race

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Feb 23 2013

    Excellent point about banking your prospect calls! Really enjoyed the story that led into it. Keep up the great video blogging!!!


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