Your Business Plan is the blueprint for your real estate business. You wouldn’t walk over to an empty lot and just start nailing boards together if you wanted to build a house. Starting a business without a business plan is just as foolish.
Troop Real Estate managers coach real estate associates on best practices for building a real estate career for life. There is a method to making money in real estate, and it starts with setting goals.
We are beginning the goal setting process this year with the following 4 Actions. Brian Troop, owner of Troop Real Estate, Inc., has pinpointed these as key thoughts to focus on when plotting out your business plan for 2014:
- Activate – What would you regret not fully doing, being or having in your life? This is about living on purpose and kick starting 2014 with what truly matters.
- Liberate – What will you no longer settle for? Most people are stumbling over things behind them. Let go to move forward.
- Elevate – What have I done in my life which I previously thought was impossible? This question helps you realize you are capable of doing more than you realize. If you want to raise your results you must raise your mindset.
- Automate – How could I achieve my goals more easily? There are easier ways to get things done. Use technology, systems and time management strategies to do the heavy lifting.
We invite you to schedule a one-on-one business planning session with your Troop Real Estate Manager. We’ll set aside 45 minutes for you to share your expectations for your future in real estate, and for us to show you how to get there.
If you are not a Troop Associate but in need of guidance as you prepare your 2014 Business Plan, just give me a call at (805) 413-8214 and schedule a time to meet with one of our managers. We are happy to share best practices with you to help you start your career. That’s what we’re in business for – to help real estate professionals succeed.
by Brooke James
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