Yearly Real Estate Goals Planning Ritual.

| June 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

Work from a simple concept:

  1. Start with the end in mind: Envision your life at the end of it and ask yourself what you want to have done. Then mock up a simple 5 year look (in kind of a grid form with the years to the left and along the top the categories – like health, giving, family, business, writing, etc…) at what you should be doing to be on track and then look at the first year. That creates your goals for the year.
  2. Then take each goal and ask one question: what is the one thing you can do that by doing it, everything else that could also be done to accomplish this would either be easier or unnecessary?
  3. Last go to your calendar with that answer for each goal and time block out the year to make sure those things get done. First, time block all your time off – vacations, days off, short days, etc., so that you make sure they don’t get left out. If you intend to work hard then you’ll need this time to renew. Next is your meetings with the people who report to you. Then, make sure you have your time to plan out every week, usually an hour a week on a sunday. Then it’s all about work. so, for example, if lead generation is your number one business action then you time block it for 5-6 days a week for 3 -4 hours a day before noon. Your motto is “until my number one priority on my list is done each day all else is a distraction”! ALL ELSE! As such, you guard your time when you are on a priority task fiercely and without apologies. It’s your life and you answer to no one as to your time. Doesn’t always make you highly visible or highly social, but that isn’t the goal when you are doing what you want your life to be about.

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Nikki along with her husband Gary, became licensed in 1986 and over the years built a mega sales team that has served over 3700 families with a volume of 560 million dollars in sales. They both hold the CRS designation. Nikki is also the broker/owner of 3 Keller Williams Realty offices, 2 Title companies and the operating partner for the South Florida region for Keller Williams Realty. Nikki has spoken and trained for FAR, CRS, Howard Brinton Star Power, Numerous real estate boards, Aetna insurance, The Rotary, Tampa Bay Builders association, and the YMCA to mention a few. She is a master trainer for Keller Williams University and has helped to write many courses for real estate professionals. Being a firm believer in education she is continually sharpening her skills through education and walks the walk by sharing her knowledge and experience.

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