|Posted by Key Yessaad on August 9, 2012 at 10:50 AM|
The stress of learning emerges more often than not from the desire of information gathering and memorizing in the present, for future application at an undefined time. There are two types of Real Estate Agents; those who apply what they learn very quickly and reap the rewards of what is called muscle memory (learning by doing- such as driving); and those who learn intellectually and hold on to the information for future implementation. The second group does not realize that this type of learning causes a sense of being overwhelmed with too much information (this is called stress), and fail to realize that they are the ones chasing the hoarding process of information for future implementation. Make a conscious effort of applying what you learn as soon as possible so you can reap the rewards of the information you have acquired!
Key Yessaad, Real Estate Internet Strategist