Tag Archive: perseverance

June 24, 2015

Compounding Interest

  Real estate investors, or those who fancy themselves to be, sometimes turn for inspiration and gumption to a poem entitled ‘Procrastination’. Penned by an anonymous author in 1918, Procrastination retells the fabled sale of Manhattan Island to Peter Minuet for $26 in 1626. The poem is written from the perspective of the second place bidder who walked away from the deal, deeming it too expensive. He knew the real estate market was over-heated, and determined he would wait for... View Article

July 31, 2014

Perseverance

It is often assumed that salespeople need to be good talkers, and there may be some truth to that ( although good listeners are rarer, and usually more successful ). In an industry fought with rejection and disappointment however, there is a far more vital skill required – particularly in the formative stages of an agents career. The ability to face rejection and persevere without having it affect your countenance may be the most useful attribute and precursor to a... View Article