In the RE industry, we are made to think we aren’t successful unless we’ve won all the awards, sold all the houses, dominate our local market, and have our picture plastered everywhere with our arms folded in a power pose.
Imagine working for over a decade, reaching what you thought was the definition of success, and then realizing you were “doing it all wrong.”
From the outside, Jason had what every agent hopes for–big sales numbers, a winning team, and a great reputation.
But thirteen years in, he realized he wasn’t doing success on his terms.
Nowadays, his definition of success not only looks completely different but is something he can accomplish every day.
Today he’s sharing his inspiring story and how-to advice in hopes that you will also create your own personal version of what success looks like for YOU.
What You’ll Learn:
- Why going after the typical definition of success in RE is so common, especially for new agents;
- How to define what success looks like for you;
- How to build a life and RE business based on YOUR true definition of success;
- And so much more!
Listen in and be inspired by today’s Confession of a Top Producing RE Agent.
And be sure to listen until the very end when I tell you how you can get a copy of Jason’s book for free!
To your success,
Links mentioned in this episode:
Agent Grad School is the best online business school for modern real estate agents. We teach a proven system to have a successful real estate career using smart, unconventional strategies and modern marketing methods to attract clients.
about your instructor
Hi, I'm Jennifer!
I'm a real estate agent, creator of Agent Grad School and host of the podcast Confessions of A Top Producing Real Estate Agent. I teach real estate agents the exact steps I used to become one of the top 1% of agents in the US using online marketing and modern, out-of-the-box business strategies.
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