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Finding Your Way to Real Estate Success: A Story of Choices

Discover the perfect analogy to guide your real estate journey.

Today, I had an enlightening conversation about the different paths a real estate agent can take, and I can’t wait to share them with you.

1. Treadmill vs. solo agent: Think of starting your real estate career as buying a treadmill. At first, it’s exciting, you might not know what you’re doing, but you’re determined to figure it out and consistently use it. Then you realize it’s a little harder than you thought, discouragement leads to decreased motivation and eventually, it starts collecting dust in your basement. Just like some solo agents who struggle in the competitive world of real estate, not everyone sticks with it.

2. Gym membership vs. standard team: Joining a standard real estate team can be likened to having a gym membership. You’re part of a community, but when you’re there, you often feel out of place and unsure of what to do. You have access to all the resources but don’t have the guidence to use them effectively and efficiently to maximize your gains.

“Which path are you on or want to be on in your real estate career?”

3. Personal trainer vs. top producing team: Now, picture yourself working with a personal trainer at the gym. You show up, have access to all the resources, plus there’s someone to guide you, hold you accountable, and help you achieve your fitness goals safely and efficiently. This is akin to being on a top-producing real estate team with resources, training, coaching, and a personalized pathway to success.

So, the question is, are you where you want to be in your real estate career? If not, would changing your pathway get you to where you want to be? If you’re curious about what it’s like to work with a personal trainer, our team at Lincoln Select Real Estate Group is here to help. Reach out via comments, text, email, or your preferred method, and let’s chat about your real estate journey. We’re here to listen and guide you toward success.

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