I can hardly believe I’m saying this—it’s the 100th episode of Confessions of a Top Producing Real Estate Agent, The Agent Grad School Podcast! 🥳
When I started, there were 4 — yes, FOUR — listeners. I’m pretty sure they were me, my mom, my sister and my husband.
And today, 100 episodes later, it’s been downloaded 457,587 times!
I don’t tell you that to brag, but to share that every “success” starts from zero and builds from there.
To celebrate this 100th episode of this podcast – I’m sharing the TOP 5 THINGS I learned from doing something consistently 100 times.
My hope is that it helps motivate you to keep going even whenever it feels like you aren’t getting the results you want in the timeframe you thought you would.
Here’s a sneak peek into what you’ll learn in this episode:
- How to set expectations about how quick you’ll see results when you start something new;
- Why focusing on metrics and “the numbers” can sabotage you and what to focus on instead;
- What to do if you aren’t getting any results and how to know if you should stay the course or jump ship;
- How to know if you are on the right track towards your goals, even if you don’t have the results you thought you would by a certain timeframe;
- And so much more!
But, before you dive in, I just want to say thank you.
Thank YOU for inspiring me throughout creating these 100 episodes. I love reading your reviews and getting your emails.
You tell me about how you are implementing (most important part!), not just listening, to this podcast and you are seeing results.
THANK YOU for doing what you are doing and being part of this community.
Now, take a listen into the five lessons I share with you in today’s episode.
When I think back, these are the same five lessons I learned from working with my first 100 clients and from selling my first 100 homes and I hope they help you do the same (or help you with your next 100).
To your success,
P.S.Whether this is your first or 100th episode, if you haven’t left a review yet, I’d love to hear from you! Tell me which episode is your favorite, what you’ve implemented that worked, or anything else you’d like to share! Head over to Itunes and leave your review. Thank you!
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