Moxie Coaching Blog Posts

It's not hard to find lots of information and advice on growing yourself while learning something new. I am also a big proponent of that mindset. 

Here is a great book recommendation to start or continue your journey on self-growth. All of us have bad habits...right?!!

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#1: Be yourself

In life, and in real estate, being yourself can take you far. In any business and in life, a person can tell when someone is being disingenuous. That’s not to say that you shouldn’t be your best self when talking with potential clients, just don’t be afraid to insert your personality into your conversations.

#2: Choose a supportive brokerage

Often overlooked is the importance of selecting a brokerage. Not only will the brokerage you partner with have a huge impact on your financial earnings, but it will ultimately greatly impact your career satisfaction. You want to find a brokerage who is going to support you and who wants you to win. 

#3: Network constantly

A large portion of your activities as a new agent will be…

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There is magic in those early morning hours before the rest of your house wakes up. I love to sit in the stillness of the dawn light while the world slowly wakes up; when the birds begin to chirp, animals begin to stir, and the light is a magical thick yellow-y orange. There isn’t a better time to rein in your day than before it starts. It’s the perfect time to center yourself and set up how you want the day to play out. There will always be surprises, but this way you start with ownership. Don’t turn on the computer or focus on what happened yesterday. Take the time to begin with something fresh. Journal, blog, read, or sit in the stillness. Fill up your tank. The surprises that do flow in throughout your day will be more manageable. Sleep is still #1…

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A key. A perfect fit. Without a key, the door will not open. 

Let me be your key to success. Year-end is approaching quickly. How good do you feel about it? It isn’t always about how much money you made or how many houses you closed. You are new to the game after all, and there is a learning curve in real estate. Ultimately it is a game of longevity, but you won’t be able to stay in the industry without a plan. Real estate builds on itself. How do you feel? In order to stay in this game and really any game, you need to feel productive, confident and satisfied. Are you organized, did you make enough to invest another year in “the game,” are you satisfied with your personal psychology? Success is a feeling. The end result is about relaxing and having…

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You have to be a good salesperson to sell real estate.

FALSE!

I hate to think that one of you out there may not pursue or continue in real estate because someone told you that you need to be a good salesperson. Don’t let that scare you off. Most clients want someone who will listen to their wants and needs and who can communicate with them. If you can do those things, the rest just follows. There are ways to present yourself and handle your business that will separate you from the "pushy real estate salesperson" image. Think "consultant" for better results. Try to stay out of "sales" mode, even if you're starving for a deal.

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How do you start your morning? Do you wake up in rush or do you take your time? Most of us start running a reel in our mind of all the things we need to do. However, if you changed your reel and made a list of all things you were grateful for and told yourself positive affirmations, your day may look differently. The more positivity that you encounter throughout the day, the more positive you’ll stay. It’s actually a proven fact!

Try putting positive quotes on your mirror so you can read them while you brush your teeth or blow dry your hair. Remind yourself that you’ve got this. You can do all the hard things. You can make that call that you’ve been putting off.

Seize the day!

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Before the new year begins, take some time to think about what you want 2021 to look like. Are you looking to jump in full time and commit to your goals? Are you worried you don't know what you're doing? Do you wonder if you can build the business that you've always dreamed of? Write down all your fears. Once they are on paper, they can't have power over you anymore. They are just hurdles to get over!

If you need assistance determining what your hurdles are and getting over them, reach out to me. I would love to talk and see if we can work together to make all your goals come true.

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As a Realtor, it is imperative to keep your clients informed and help them to make choices that is in their best interest. Here is a good guide to give them. This will have them begin to talk things over and start the questions if they need too. What I like about this guide is that it is a starting point. 

Too many Buyers are uninformed. I believe that it's our responsibility to work with them so they are happy with their decisions. 

 

Let's work together to put a plan together for your success as a Realtor.

 

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Those of you who've been working with me know that I wholeheartedly believe this. When you treat people good and with kindness, everyone benefits. There will definitely be times where you will have to advise your clients to do something that benefits them and not you...but you know that's what is right. If you put their best interest first, you will always win.  

This quote is not only true in real estate but in all aspects of life. 

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We are almost to the new year, and most of us have been sidelined by some unexpected occurrences. This is a great time to set aside an hour or so of uninterrupted time to do a quick review of what you want to be different in 2021. Use this time to reflect and evaluate your goals and your progress and to plan.

 

 

Ask yourself the following questions:

REFLECT:

  • What have you accomplished over the past six months (goal related or not)?

  • What goals did you achieve or make progress on?

  • What are your 3 proudest accomplishments?

  • What goals were a challenge?

  • What opportunities to learn new things did you take advantage of?

  • What goals no longer feel relevant?

  • What mistakes did I make and…

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