Why Creating Systems, Not Goals, Is Key to Luxury Real Estate Success

RISMedia | April 02, 2020

Why does it seem like the most successful luxury real estate agents have more hours in the day than the rest of us? There are many paths to luxury real estate success, but all paths are paved with reliable systems. We’re constantly told that setting goals is the ultimate key to getting ahead, but something we don’t discuss enough is that pursuing those goals without any systems in place is not only exhausting, but often leads to failure. At the very least, it can lead to the inevitable burnout and infamous turnover real estate is known for. With that in mind, luxury real estate success is truly the result of efficient systems. Looking for ways to automate your business, like tools that are done-for-you or can operate with little intervention on your part, is one of the easiest ways to maximize your time and results

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