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Reconnect with Your Goals

Reconnect to goals

The summer is a busy time in real estate, as buying hits a fever pitch in many areas around the country.  It’s also a time when many busy real estate agents find it easy to lose sight of the goals they set at the beginning of the year. While some may have outright forgotten, others may feel so overwhelmed by their to-do lists they may not get around to doing their daily lead generating tasks, or even take a break. Although it’s busy now, it may slow down again in a few months. The leads you generate now will help carry you through the slower times of the year. Regardless of how busy you are, it’s important to stay on track if you want to achieve your goals. Luckily, Referral Maker® CRM makes it easy to stay on track. Here’s how: Continue reading

Why You Should Do a Year-End Review

Now is the time to review your progress this year, and think of ways to improve for next year.

Now is the time to review your progress this year, and think of ways to improve for next year.

If you set goals in 2014, it’s time to conduct a year-end review. What’s a year-end review, you ask? It’s when you review and analyze the progress you made toward your goals during 2014. In addition to giving valuable insight into your year, it also helps you to craft your goals for 2015. Here are three reasons to do a year-end review today: Continue reading

3 Things to Track Today

Tracking gives you a better perspective of how close you are to achieving your goals.

Tracking gives you a better perspective of how close you are to achieving your goals.

Want to know how close you are toward achieving the goals you’ve set for your business? Track everything. Tracking is the only way to get an objective view of your progress. You may think you’re doing a bang-up job every day making your calls, writing your personal notes, delivering Pop-Bys; however, it’s only by tracking these activities that you can know for sure if your perception of how you’re doing matches the reality. After all, how else can you improve if you don’t know how you’re really doing? Continue reading