What are new agents doing that causes them to succeed–or fail? What do you want in a start-up program that will help more of your new agents do well–and do it fast? What’s missing in the training and coaching programs you’ve been using?
I’m editing Up and Running in 30 Days, the new agent’s business start-up plan, for the 6th edition, due to be out in mid-2021. In it, I show the what, how, why, and how much of real estate activities needed to do well quickly. Up and Running is very specific, and is easy to use to coach new agents to productivity fast. It has the specific prioritized weekly schedule and activities that future-exceptional agents do to assure a sale fast.
Many updates: The 6th edition has lots of updates, including a new section on promoting yourself through social media, new tech new agents need, and alternative methods of lead generation.
In the next blog, I’ll share more of what I’m putting into this wildly-successful program and get your input, too.
As one of the new features of the 6th edition, I’m incorporating great managers’ advice to new agents. And, I’m providing dozens of coaching tips to help managers and motivate the new agent and keep him/her in the game.
Here’s what I’m asking:
What do new successful agents do consistently that agents who fail don’t do?
What common mistakes do new agents make that cost them time, money–and hinder their success?
Would you advise a new agent to (why or why not)
–join a team
–have a mentor
–hire a professional coach
What should a new agent look for in a training program?
Other advice you provide to a new agent?
Comments: Do you have advice to me about what’s missing in training and coaching programs? Just put that in comments here.
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How to Get your Advice to Me
You can write comments to this post with answers to these questions.
Or, you can download the questionnaire to your computer, complete the questionnaire, save it, and email it to me at email@example.com. Here is the questionnaire. You will be assisting thousands of new agents as they begin their careers, and, I think you’ll find that being published will help your ‘street cred’ with those you want to hire!
If I’m able to use your comments in my book, you will receive a complimentary copy of Up and Running, acknowledgment of your comments, AND lots of PR–to help you in your recruiting as an expert in helping new agents.
P. S. Please get your comments to me by Feb. 24, so I can meet the publisher’s deadline for submitting the edited book. Thank you!