It’s time to do your #business plan! So, my next blogs will focus on helping you create that business plan. I’ll include some of the planning templates, too, from my business planning program (see below).
The Mission Creates Excitement and Inspiration
Do you have a mission statement as part of your business plan?
Why is having a mission important? How should it guide agents? You’ve heard the talks about finding your passion. But, you may be over-whelmed in your career. It’s just too much to think big when you’re just trying to find that house or convince a buyer to work with them!
The Importance of Your Mission
This time of year, we’re encouraging real estate professional to create their business plans. One of the first things you’ll do in creating your own business plan is to define your mission. Why? Because, otherwise, you don’t know whether or not the actions you decide to take will fulfill your mission. This is also true of your agents.
Tackling and Bringing Down your Time Management Challenges
If agents have been in the sales business a little while, they’ve already discovered that their biggest challenge is time management. How can they get done in a business day everything that needs getting done? That’s where your mission comes in. Creating your mission helps you prioritize all the things you’re supposed to do. It helps you decide what not to do. Most important, it helps you figure out
how to put YOU into your management and sales business successfully
#Free Business Planning: I have a gift for you right now, to help you define your mission (it works for leadership, too). Click here to get this planning tool, which is excerpted from my unique online resource Beyond the Basics of Business Planning.
How About Creating a Real Professional Strategic Plan this Year?
Ready to step up to a real strategic business plan? Here’s help. Beyond the Basics of Business Planning walks you right through my proven strategic planning process. I provide you the forms you need, so you can’t get off track. Check it out here.