So, You Want to be an Overnight Success?


Looking to improve your real estate career? I'm here to help you make a smart decision when it comes to growing your business, improving your bottom line, and choosing a place to work in real estate sales. If you'd like to learn more about working with Carbutti & Co. Realtors, contact me at (203) 269-4910 or Jonathan@Carbutti.com.

I hate to break it to you, but there's no such thing as being an overnight success. There's simply no formula that will make you successful in a short amount of time with a limited amount of work. It is a process that requires diligence and commitment. Here's what you need to do in order to get ahead in this business:

  1. Concentrate on daily activities and rituals. The little things that you do incrementally and consistently every single day are ultimately what will define your success. They will be the source of exponential growth in your real estate career. 
  2. Schedule your work and work your schedule. You need to be working when you schedule yourself to do so - no excuses. You never want to do non dollar-producing activities. Example of dollar-producing tasks include: leaving your sphere of influence, generating leads, getting on the phone and setting appointments, building relationships, and selling homes through appointments. 
  3. Have an accountability partner. This is crucial. It can't be a fellow agent who sits next to you in the office. In fact, it's preferable to work with someone outside the office, such as your broker or sales manager. You need someone who will take an objective look at your business in order to keep you accountable to your group, your agents, and yourself. If anyone tells you it's not a good idea to have a real estate coach they are severely misinformed.

As you can see, the road to success is a multifaceted process - not something that just happens. By following these 3 steps, you can feel confident that you are building a business that will thrive in the future. If you have any questions, or would like further advice on how to get ahead in our business, give me a call or shoot me an email. I would love to chat with you.