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Planning your Business Week is about taking Responsibility for your Activities, and inviting Opportunity

Posted by Key Yessaad on January 20, 2013 at 8:00 AM

The Business and Work of an Entrepreneur must be structured and framed properly; either by the entrepreneur herself, partners to the venture, or the desire for entrepreneurship was flawed to begin with. The Real Estate Business lives in the realm of Entrepreneurial Endeavors, but sadly for many the ‘Work’ is not structured, methodical, implementable, and repeatable – in fact for many it is emotional and driven by the feeling of the day. Here is an example of structure that Kevin Ahearn asks Real Estate Agents to perform every week: ‘I will sit down every Sunday and plan for the upcoming week!’ This is a very simple task, it does not require any type of technical proficiency, but it does require the commitment for blocking and structuring that time. This simple weekly task is so powerful; it reveals broken agreements early on; allows you to have a say on how your prospecting will take shape; and invites opportunity and efficiency in your business. PS: Planning your week does not mean time-blocking every single minute of the upcoming week - Planning your week means you are taking responsibility for your activities, and taking charge for the execution of said activities. 

 

 

 

Key Yessaad, Real Estate Business Coach and Internet Strategist – in 2013 Kevin Ahearn and Introduced an integrated Real Estate Training called i-FAStTRAC, a 10-Week 50-Hour course on the fundamentals of building your Real Estate Business, Prospecting, Lead Generation, and Internet Marketing with Advanced SEO Learning. Learn more at LiveInteractiveTraining.com.

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Categories: Thought of the Day, Business Time Management, Real Estate Business

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