Accountability is the top reason to track your numbers.
Want a surefire way to stay on track to reach your goals? Track! Tracking has many benefits and may even help you to reach your goals. Here are some of the great benefits of tracking:
It makes you more accountable. Whether you’re tracking your daily lead generating activities or you’re tracking your runs each week, tracking holds your feet to the fire and keeps you accountable to your goals. Knowing that you have to document your activities makes you more likely to make them a habit, and less likely to forget to do them.
It helps you to grain perspective. When we’re trying to achieve our goals, it’s easy to lose perspective along the way. If you have a bad day or experience a setback, it can make you feel like a failure. However, when you track, you’re able to look back on your progress over time and see that a day that doesn’t go your way is a small hiccup in the grand scheme of things.
It’ll motivate you to reach your goals. Knowing that you have to account for your goal-oriented activities each day helps you to stay motivated on those days when you’re just not feeling it. Also looking back at the successful completion of milestones also provides motivation when you need it the most.
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What’s your purpose? According to American author Washington Irving, “Great minds have purposes, others have wishes.” Having a purpose—a reason to get up in the morning and work hard toward your goals—is hugely beneficial to your business and your life. If you want to succeed and make this your best year ever, it’s important to find your ‘why.’ Not convinced? Here are three ways that having a purpose impacts your success. Continue reading →
Follow these tips to make managing yourself easier.
Many of us became real estate professionals because we wanted to be our own bosses. However, the downside of being your own boss is that you may become the most difficult person to manage. Your success becomes dependent upon the choices you make each day, and if you make the wrong choices or foster the wrong habits, it can impede your progress. Here are three ways to make managing yourself easier. Continue reading →
As business professionals, we all wish to expand our spheres of influence. After all, influential people are not only seen as leaders in the community, they’re also sought after for their expertise. You don’t have to be the most charismatic person in the world to build your circle; be trustworthy, know your community and commit to serving your clients. Here are three surefire ways to build your influence and strengthen your business. Continue reading →
Prioritize your day by prioritizing your people first.
Are you productive or just busy? The key to productivity and time management lies with your relationships. In this snippet from Brian Buffini’s Success Tour, Brian reveals the secret to prioritizing your day. Continue reading →
Many of us have the goal of achieving financial freedom—that is, having enough money to eliminate debt and live a comfortable life. In this snippet from the real estate event, MasterMind Summit 2013, Brian Buffini provides a unique way to view money. Continue reading →
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a dialogue you could use to qualify your clients and generate leads? In this clip from the real estate event, Brian Buffini’s Success Tour, Brian explains the Mayor Campaign dialogue and how to use it to get more leads. Continue reading →