You Are Ageless!

agelessIf you are just starting out in real estate but can remember the 70s like they were yesterday, don’t despair. Age really is only a number, your enthusiasm and willingness to learn will carry you through. Agent Rising is here to help with social media and technology tips and training that will catch you up in no time.

With age comes experience, wisdom and contacts! Capitalize on these gifts and utilize them in your business plan! Use your age to your benefit!

Your database is larger. You have lasting, deep relationships with people. You have learned many life skills that make you relate-able. You may have a good old fashioned work ethic!

Next, admit your limitations and methodically strive to overcome them. For example, an easy place to start is to get comfortable with your smart phone. In addition to phone calls, you need to be able to send and receive emails and texts on your phone.

It can also be useful to have a calender application (app) on your phone to keep track of your appointments and a navigation app to get you there on time! Having access to the internet on your phone can save you having to tell a client you will get back to them with an answer, you can look it up right there. Got your phone mastered? It’s time to move on to the next gadget or software. Don’t be afraid of learning new technology. You can do it!

Another way to keep up-to-date with new ideas and strategies is to subscribe to various real estate blogs. Agent Rising’s blog is always chock full of interesting ideas and a quick search on the internet will find other popular ones. Blogs are great because the writers are very often willing to share tricks that they have learned to help them succeed. Take advantage of that! You don’t have to make all the mistakes yourself and you will learn some time tested strategies as well.

Work towards becoming ageless

take stock of your abilities with technology and social media. What are your weak points? Make a list of the problem, the solution and set a deadline to accomplish your objective. Break your learning down into small manageable steps and track your progress.



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