How to Handle Distractions: State Wide Realty Weighs In

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with State Wide Realty Co.

How to Handle Distractions: State Wide Realty Weighs In

It never fails you get up, get dressed and have your to-do list ready to be completed for the day just for that unannounced distraction to insert itself into the mix. While some distractions are unavoidable it is important to realize those things that can wait versus those that can't or shouldn't.

Avoidable Distractions are those that we present to ourselves as a tangent to something we are currently doing or think we "should" be doing. Stick to task and when this part is done then you can go off on that tangent. 

Make sure that you don't put too much on the to-do list to begin with. Having unrealistic expectations of what can be done in a single day will ultimately leaving you feel overwhelmed if it is not acheived. 

Use an organizer/calendar and adjust accordingly. When dates are set write them down immediately so that you don't forget when an unexpected distraction walks in the front door.  

Real Estate is a business just like all others in it has its ups and downs. This job comes with times when you have to get creative during down times to get them to go up again. Getting distracted is another form of stress that can make you feel that nothing gets done. Take time to prioritize you will be grateful you did.

311 East Third St.

Farmville, VA 23901

434-392-6163

www.VaStateWideRealty.com

 

 

 

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