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Where Have I Been? October 27, 2008

Posted by Darin Persinger in Uncategorized.
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I have been busy training, coaching, consulting and writing in other forums.

I will get my training sessions posted on here ASAP which is open to all agents. My Solutions Coaching Program is also underway which is open to all agents meeting a minimum production requirement and completing the initial assessment. These training and coaching programs are FREE! Contact me for more info morelistingsmoresales@gmail.com

I have not been writing on www.MoreListingsMoreSales.com lately as I have been spending my time on Mastering The Real Estate SHIFT and working with Keller Williams Realty International Trainer Holly Perry on her blog Recruiting By The Book.

Needless to say this all is keeping my pretty busy and I recognize that you, the real estate agent, are also working harder with not as much of financial reward as you have received in the past. I will do my best to give you the info, strategies, support and knowledge that you need to make it through this market.

Upcoming Training Classes:

October 27th, 1:00 Modeling For Success “By The Book” 1:00

October 28th  2:00 Mastering The Real Estate SHIFT Session #3 2:00

Real Estate Coaching Part 3 November 5, 2007

Posted by Darin Persinger in Coaching, Education, Info, Real Estate, Sales.
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Real Estate Coaching Part 1

Real Estate Coaching Part 2

So I have suggested that,

If you are an experienced real estate agent and have had some sales success in the past but now are in a slump, by simply reporting to someone else-your goals, actions, and results-you could see a huge benefit to your business.

See, being held accountable and being coached are two different things. If you decided to have a real estate coach help you, the real estate coach will hold you accountable, but will also, give you ideas, tools, systems, and advice. Let me give you and example.

Yesterday was Sunday. There was a lot of good football games on. If you watch a game, you can see examples of coaching and accountability taking place right in front of you.

If a receiver runs a wrong route and means a bad play for the team, you will see maybe a couple of other players but for sure the quarterback holding that wide receiver accountable. They will be challenging the wide receiver, on why they did not execute correctly. Once that wide receiver gets to the sidelines, they will start to get coached and will be held accountable by the coaching staff of the football team.

By the way, I can’t spell receiver to save my life. Thank God for spell check.

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