I know when I came into real estate back in the mid 1970s, I did not know what the term Top Producer meant. I had heard it bantered about, though. It sounded like working on an assembly line, maybe putting parts on an automobile; I didn't really know how it connected to real estate. Or, maybe it was like an episode starring Lucy Ball and having to eat chocolates before they fell off a moving conveyor belt.
I'm not sure it's a good thing to aspire to be a Top Producer. But I can tell you that I got to that position by accident. It wasn't really planned. There was no diabolical scheme involved. In part, I think I happened to be in the right place at the right time.
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