Channeling My Inner Goofsraba
In a changing market, to maintain a competitive edge successfully in real estate, I must prepare to meet it, rather than wait for it to happen. No sense in getting overly stressed about something outside the scope of control.
Am so thankful to remain in an industry that has taught me so much. Not only am I a negotiator but an effective marketer, advertiser, counselor, content writer, advisor to both buying and selling clients and so much more!
Here is what I choose to do:
Many are accustomed to the brisk buying and selling of the last cycle. As leads dry up, they become stricken. It's important to remain focused on reaching goals that are attainable by stepping back to look at the overall picture.
Continue to connect with past clients. People like doing business with people they can relate to and are familiar with, thankfully my past clients continue to refer. It's business as usual when staying with soft touch marketing.
Avoid getting caught up with the doomsdayers. Part of serving buyers and sellers well, means putting my best self forward, instead of allowing fear to prevent taking necessary steps toward achieving sought after goals.
Take a class or go to a seminar that may offer training, tools and education on how to thrive in a changing market. Network alongside local agents may also offer insights through conversations. Ask questions, get answers.
It is definitely good for business and personal relationships and people can easily sense when anything but genuine. That gets to the core of how to successfully run a business through caring and trustworthy practices.
Consumers buy and sell property in any real estate market, it's important to offer them value through knowledge. By taking a calm, logical approach, I am able to effectively channel my inner goofsraba and move forward.
How is yours, by the way?
* Goofsraba: to calm down - inner calm
This is any third entry to the NOVEMBER 2022 THANKSGIVING GRATITUDE CHALLENGE, hosted by Debe Maxwell, CRS. Thank you so much!