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.
Referral Maker® real estate CRM makes it easy to track your daily activities and reach your goals. Referral Maker reminds you what to do each day to meet your milestones and achieve the goals in all areas of your life. Visit ReferralMaker.com to learn more and to start your 30-day free trial.
There are a ton of apps available to help you streamline your day, including the Referral Maker CRM app.
Would you like to get more done every day? The most productive real estate agents and brokers have mastered the ability to streamline their days so that they can focus on getting the tasks done that drive their businesses. Follow their example and get more done today with these five streamlining tips. Continue reading →
Develop a successful routine by writing a plan. Writing it down will make you more likely to do it.
If you want to develop good habits, it’s important to create a solid routine. In this clip from BuffiniTV, Brian Buffini explains the science of habit and how to create a routine that works. Continue reading →
Social media is a quick way to maintain contact with your clients.
Social media is starting to play a bigger role in our business. And, if you’re like the majority of real estate agents, you use social media daily or nearly every day. Whether you’re social network of choice is Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Google+, it’s important to post relevant information that you’re clients and colleagues will find useful. Continue reading →
A good CRM will help you to take your business to the next level.
Do you want to take your business to the next level? A CRM can help you get there! Customer Relationship Management software has become an essential tool for real estate agents. A good CRM will help you to run your business more efficiently so that you can spend more time on the activities that will earn you referrals. Continue reading →
A vibrant database gives you the opportunity to nurture your best relationships.
When you work by referral, every person you meet is a potential advocate for your business; a person who you can rely on to send you reliable referrals. Since relationships help your business to thrive, you can grow and nurture your relationships with your clients by maintaining consistent communication with them through monthly marketing flyers and emails, phone calls, personal notes and Pop-Bys. Continue reading →
Falling short of a goal doesn’t mean that you won’t find success; instead, it gives you an opportunity to start again smarter.
It happens to all of us at one time or another—we’ve fallen short of a goal we set for our businesses. Although reaching our goals may foster feelings of success and accomplishment, we shouldn’t forget that failing to reach them carries a valuable lesson as well. As Henry Ford said, “Failure is only the opportunity to begin again more intelligently.” And that is exactly what we should do; begin again. Continue reading →