Do you "stick" to it? Do you execute your plan? Do you have a plan?

By
Mortgage and Lending with Seacoast Mortgage Corporation, RI (20021119LB & 20031576LL), MA (MC2107) & CT MLO 10920

"I like a person who knows his/her own mind and sticks to it; who sees at once what, in given circumstances, is to be done, and does it." William Hazlitt (1778-1830) English Essayist

Do  you get up every morning or go to bed each evening with a plan for the day or the next day?  Do you stick to the plan?  For example, you say you will send out Thanksgiving Day cards to all your clients and, instead, you only send out a few?  Or you had a goal of calling expired listings for the past month, but only achieved calling a few numbers?

Do you set a plan and then you do NOT "stick to it"? OR are you a "do-er".  Someone who "sticks" to the plan.

Those people that "stick" with a plan, usually are the successful people.

Do you set a plan and "stick" to it?

Ann Sabbagh

Vice-President

Seacoast Mortgage

Residential & Commercial Financing

508-243-1190

"When you choose me as your mortgage consultant, you also choose a financial planner who cares about YOUR financial strength."

 

 

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Ann Sabbagh, President

"The BEST compliment is a client referral: Thank YOUUU!"

Seacoast Mortgage Corporation

401-305-6906 or 508-243-1190

Residential & Commercial Financing

MLO10920

RIAR: teacher for "The Mortgage Course"; "Valuation of Commercial/Investment Real Estate"; "Reading Financial Statements"

 

"When you choose me as your mortgage consultant, you also choose a financial planner who cares about YOUR financial strength."

Comments (2)

Charles Stallions
Charles Stallions Real Estate Services - Pensacola, FL
800-309-3414 - Pensacola, Pace or Gulf Breeze, Fl.

I plan one year and break it down into months and then into days. I try to get as much as I can done in a day (five items at a time).

Nov 23, 2009 01:01 PM
Joel Prince
The Principle Group, Inc - Hixson, TN
Hixson/Soddy Real Estate Broker

Ann -

Thanks for your post.  It reminded me of an analogy I heard over the weekend -- Be a "postage stamp".  Stick to your plan until it reaches its destination.

 

 

Nov 23, 2009 01:49 PM