So, you're a mom in real estate and you're ready to make six figures? Let me tell you how.
This is exactly how I have done it year-over-year. And, best news is, is once you make six-figures, it just grows. Once you know how to do it, it just grows.
You break this, like, glass ceiling that, mentally, you think, "oh, my gosh, that is impossible." And, once you realize that it's totally possible, suddenly it becomes possible to make multiple six-figures, on-up.
Okay, but, we've got to start with six-figures.
Here's what you'll learn in the video:
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You know the saying, "new level, new devil?" It's totally true.
And, so, one of the things that new real estate agents don't ever realize is that feeling of discomfort that you're surely feeling, right now, as you embark on this new experience...it never goes away. It never goes away unless you, like, plateau and you don't keep growing. Part of growing is discomfort.
And, we know this; we tell this to our kids all the time. "Oh, my legs hurt" or "my feet hurt." We always say: "Oh, it's growing pains."
That's the same in your business. There's constantly going to be growing pains.
So, why does Instagram matter in your business? I'm gonna tell you why. Because, you've got to understand the why before you're going to be willing to go through the challenge of learning it.
Because, there is a learning curve; it is going to feel uncomfortable. You're not going to get it right, right out of the gates. Even if you have people helping you along the way, there is just still a learning curve. And, actually, the biggest learning curve is going to be you learning how to overcome yourself.
But, before we get into that whole thing of overcoming yourself, let's talk about why Instagram matters in YOUR business.
This one is for all the brand new agents out there.
Do not magnify the work that needs to be done. Simplify it, then simplify it again.
The path to creating major success in your business is small behaviors repeated again and again. So, also, word of advice - if you're not willing to create good habits in your business, just don't start - just walk away from it.
You have to be willing to change, you have to be willing to be consistent, and you have to be willing to be disciplined. You have to understand that time becomes your ally, when you have really, really good habits.
So, let me put this in story form for you.
The number one thing I hear is: "Well, no one's gonna take me seriously, 'cause I'm a brand new agent."
And, you're right. No one's going to take you seriously, until you take you seriously. Every real estate agent has to realize that they're the CEO of their own business.
There's no schedule, there's no time to check-in. It's up to you to create an opportunity for yourself. Until you have created a schedule for yourself; until you are showing up consistently for yourself, no one will show up for you.
You have to lift your eyes up, look for opportunities, and, if you think something will work, try it. TRY IT.