You’re a top selling real estate agent. You’ve proven that you’re a leader, and you’re ready to start building a real estate team of your own. Before you start sculpting your business, there are a few things you should consider when transitioning from real estate agent to owner.
What if we told you that taking ownership of your mistakes could make you an even better leader? What if the secret to success is being proud of your mistakes?
Toxic positivity is the idea that no matter how challenging or painful a situation is, you should maintain a positive mindset. Although seemingly innocuous on the surface, this extremist form of happiness can take a toll on your employees and your business.
Traditionally, a think tank is a team made up of a small group of people, created to find innovative solutions to specific problems. But what if you turned your real estate office into a think tank? What if your existing team was always on the lookout for new ways to improve your business?
There’s nothing more challenging than running a real estate business when you’re overwhelmed and burnt out. So how do you bring joy to your real estate business? More importantly, how do you fall back in love with leading a real estate team?