Is Your Passion Real Estate?

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Real Estate Agent with Chase International 01366299

 

One of the most important aspects of life is finding your passion.  Can passion lead to income?  If you are successful at it.  Money aside, think about what service you can offer the community, your sphere, your clients.  What needs to be improved upon?  What could be done in a more efficient way?  What areas can you fill in the gaps and make a difference and stand out from the crowd? What is it that makes you want to get up in the morning?

 

If you want that next deal, or to win the next listing, you need to demonstrate your enthusiasm and passion.  Every job requires passion.  If your passion was to be a doorman, or a waiter, a teacher or an accountant, do it with excitement and joy.  In the end,  this always leads to a better place in life.  Your commitment will shine through, and you may never know what exciting and new ventures could lie ahead. 

 

If Real Estate is your passion, be the best you can be.  Without passion, life will lack a sense of brilliance or meaning. In our market today, a market very similar to that of the 90's, it will be our passion in our daily activities that will help us reach our goals.  It is passion that will drive us to overcome the struggles of this challenging market.  Many Realtors are brainy and have talent, but not many Realtors have passion about selling real estate.  You may not be the best salesman, but if you possess the most passion for helping clients meet their goals, you can become the most successful Realtor.  

 

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Rainer
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"Just Jayme"
Keller Wiliams Atlanta Partners - Snellville, GA
Certified Real Estate Divorce Specialist

Kimberly, What a great and motivating post!!!  I don't know how I ended up reading it, but I am so glad I did!!!  You are so right about passion...I love assisting clients with the home sale/purchase, but I don't consider myself to be a salesperson...mind you, if I'm selling for my kids...no problem...above and beyond...But, when it comes to selling myself...I have a problem with that and with networking...I'm very social, but again have a problem with talking about myself and trying to get your business.  I guess it's a type of fear.  At any rate, your post was great and motivating!!!  Thanks!!! 

Oct 24, 2007 05:28 AM #1
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Chris Pollinger
Berman & Pollinger, LLC. - San Diego, CA
Consulting for Luxury Teams and Brokerages

What a great post!  Thank you for sharing your thoughts and insights with the community here on AR. 

 

Carpe diem,

 

Chris Pollinger

Oct 24, 2007 05:34 AM #2
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Vicente A. Martinez
Prudential Douglas Elliman Licensed Real Estate Salesperson - Woodhaven, NY
Realtor, Brooklyn - Long Island - Queens Homes
I can honestly say that Real Estate is my passion. I eat, breathe, and sleep RE. If more than a couple of days go by and I haven;t done anything productive I get very anxious. Sitting behind my desk and talking to customers and clients is what I love. Best of luck and keep doing what you do.
Oct 24, 2007 06:52 AM #3
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Jeffrey Malburg
RE/MAX Acclaim - Roseville, MI
Great post! Passion is the key to getting the most out of life, whether it be work, play, or personal. Thanks for the reminder!
Oct 24, 2007 07:21 AM #4
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Dale Campbell
Virginia Real Estate - Mechanicsville, VA
Awesome!  I can truly say that I have found my passion!  Had I done this ten years earlier, I would have had a much happier decade.  If it is your passion, what you lack in experience, you will make up in diligence enthusiasm, and hard work.
Oct 28, 2007 01:36 PM #5
Rainer
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"Just Jayme"
Keller Wiliams Atlanta Partners - Snellville, GA
Certified Real Estate Divorce Specialist
You all are really awesome!!  Real Estate is truly my passion.  I am working on selling myself!!!  So just remember, if you know anyone looking to buy or sell in the metro-Atlanta area, "I'm never too busy for any of your referrals."
Oct 28, 2007 02:56 PM #6
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