If you happened to watch the fight that occured in Las Vegas this past weekend, you may have realized that the fighters had two different fighting strategies. If you browse the web searching for opinions about the fight, you will see a variety of a opinions about the two fighters.
It seems like a lot of people think that Mayweather kind of let Pacquiao come to him and be the aggressor in the fight. Yet Mayweather still ended up winning the fight....a judge's decision.
This brings up a few questions about boxing.
What type of fighting style produces the best results/wins?
What type of fighting style is hardest?
What type of fighting style is funnest?
We can apply these same types of questions to our real estate business.
What is our strategy for gaining business? Is our approach aggresive or do we let customers come to us?
What type of marketing is most productive?
What type of strategies are we comfortable with?
In the end we can see that everyone has their own strategy. What works for some may not work for others. But just like in boxing, we are not the judges. Our clients are our judges.
You may feel like you do a better job than other professionals, but they get the business. Not much you can do about that, but keep trying and go for what you believe in.
What is your opinion of the fight? How do you think the fight relates to real estate?