How many personal sacrifices will it take to get you to reconsider your career in real estate? Try this before you cut your free time.Read More
Estimates show that individual real estate agents spend upward of $500 a year on training and development. How are you training your real estate team? Figuring out which trainings will drive the most engagement, reduce turnover, and increase client satisfaction is not just good for business – it’s essential to minimizing costs while also adding value to your team. How do you sift through the ever-growing options?Read More
Freedom has always been a term with many fraught connotations, more now than ever as the political and cultural ties that bind our society continue to fray. We try to mold it to fit our ideologies or desires or contort it to justify our missteps and vulnerabilities. But I don’t think living freely means just doing what you want; nor does it mean pretending actions, even thoughtless ones, don’t carry consequences. Maybe freedom, at the end of the day, is simply no more or less than the ability to know and celebrate oneself.Read More
The idea of “intentionality” has filled the pages of many a self-help book and been the subject of many a business development seminar, to the point that it’s basically a jargon term. We clearly know how to talk about being intentional with our goals and with our actions. All of which, obviously, is perfectly fine, but that doesn’t mean we understand it or even really mean it.Read More
This week, WSS Master Coach Paul Sessum hosted fellow Master Coaches Kaprice Gunn and Mike Coke in our April webinar to tackle one of the most pressing issues in real estate today: generating new listings in a low-inventory market.Read More
WSS master coach Paul Sessum spoke to March webinar participants about how to rediscover or find new success in real estate by redoubling our efforts on the small things — prospecting, delegating, sending handwritten notes — that help us build successful routines.Read More
With the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing in the rearview mirror, it’s time to celebrate the world class accomplishments from the different competitors. Through teamwork, people can achieve a common goal.
The same is true in the real estate world!
WSS coach Selina Galanis’ experience in real estate is far from “typical.” Many people in real estate don’t necessarily intend to end up there, and in a certain sense this is Selina’s story as well. Rather than following clear objectives, Selina’s career has often been steered by opportunities from key mentors, something she is quick to acknowledge.Read More
Last week, WSS invited senior coach Denise Klein to host a webinar discussing how she has developed a culture of accountability on her own real estate team and in the teams she coaches.Read More