100 Day Attack - 20 days in

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100 day attack 20 days in

100 Day Attack - 20 Days In

Twenty days have passed very rapidly. My theme is clients, clients, clients.

At the 10 day mark, I increased my activity by about 10% in a variety of fields, notably prospecting.

This has been active - mildly annoying more people so that they know what I do, and passive - asking my SOI who they know and following up on information received. My calls to my SOI are usually about them, and what I might do to assist them.

I am now ready (after another holiday, of course) to increase my activity by another 10% (an attainable goal, not out of sight).

My research and reading have increased noticeably, and I am proving that a male can actually multitask. My farm in Historic Sandy UT is also waking from a long winter.

A notable entry in my diary screams Make Big Plans.

Boldness is necessary and Bold I am




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Rose King
UTR, Texas Realtors - Friendswood, TX
Friendswood / Pearland / Houston Bay Area

What a great idea for increasing your marketing efforts - A 100 Day Attack! I think I might have to join you in this plan!

Feb 19, 2011 01:00 PM #1
Johnathan R. Therriault
JTHIS-Professional Home Inspection Team - Blakeslee, PA
Inspecting the Pocono's, one house at a time.

Sounds like a really good way to get on track and stay on track. I might have to take your approach to blogging. After all that is another form of marketing…right? 

Feb 19, 2011 01:07 PM #2
Tim Peterson
Wisconsin Realtor Safety and Concealed Carry Classes - Madison, WI
Realtor Safety Training Classes

Hi Larry-good luck with the 100 day challenge-mutitasking? I am not sure

Feb 19, 2011 03:30 PM #3
Larry O'Sullivan
Sandy, UT

Rose - I am really enjoying this thrust. I know I am alive. The attack is not hard to plan, starting is the only requirement.

Johnathan - You might be surprised how easy it is to remain focused, even when life tends to get in the way.

Tim - Multi-tasking is a wonderful experience. I have achieved it late. In earlier years it certainly eluded me.

Feb 20, 2011 01:18 AM #4
Barbara Hensley
RE/MAX Properties - Rockwall, TX
Homes for Sale in Rockwall County, Texas

Hello Bold Larry!   You have a plan and have been working it....Good Job!  Good luck on cranking it up another notch.

Feb 20, 2011 05:25 AM #5
Deb Jamail
HomeLife Southern Properties - Galveston, TX
Galveston County Real Estate


Great post!  We are definately in challenging times, and we need to step it up in our marketing and prospecting!  Thanks for a swift kick.  I need one about every other week when I start to slow down:0

Feb 20, 2011 06:42 AM #6
Larry O'Sullivan
Sandy, UT

Barbara - Boldness is fun and I can step into it when needed. Just recently a lady told my wife that she thought I was "cute". Now that is a much harder appelation to aspire to.

Deb - Sounds like every ten days should do it. Can't imagine you deliberately slowing down.

Feb 20, 2011 12:34 PM #7
Diane M. Phillips Realtor 443-286-4365
Frankly Real Estate Inc. - Manchester, MD
Specializing in Carroll Co., MD

Larry ~ congrats on keeping motivated! The 100 day attack sounds like a good plan.

Feb 21, 2011 01:04 AM #8
Sheila Newton Team Anderson & Greenville SC
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - C. Dan Joyner - Anderson, SC
Selling the Upstate since 1989

You are doing great if you are multi-tasking!! most males find that impossible!! LOL.. keep up the good work on your "attack" plan

Feb 22, 2011 03:19 PM #9
Jeffrey DiMuria 321.223.6253 Waves Realty
Waves Realty - Melbourne, FL
Florida Space Coast Homes

It is very hard to keep the momentum going but it is really worth it for your business...congrats.

Feb 28, 2011 04:57 PM #10
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