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By Cindy Wadsworth

I have been a full time, licensed Realtor since 1989 and have been ranked in the top 1% of Realtors nationwide for most of my career. In 2000 I was approached to help open a new real estate franchise in the area and became a partner in that franchise. After 20 years of helping to grow that company to almost 300 agents and being their Productivity Coach to coach new agents into the business I decided that I needed a new challenge. In 2021 my partner Pete and I moved our business to eXp Realty where we have been steadily growing our new company and helping agents to grow their business’ as well. I have always been dedicated to providing the highest level of service to my clients. I’m tenacious about reviewing my business to ensure that my customers always receive top quality attention. My team and professional support staff contribute significantly to the rewarding outcome of each transaction. I’m sincerely grateful for the continued support I receive from my clients, friends, and family. Your ongoing referrals are invaluable to me, and I am so thankful for your confidence in me. I intend to continue to do everything I can to create the best possible experience in buying and selling real estate for all of the new clients you send my way and for all of you who I may have the privilege of working with again.

As we’ve embarked on a new year, many of us set resolutions with high hopes and determination. However, it’s common to find ourselves straying off the path. The key isn’t about perfection; it’s about persistence and small, consistent actions.

1. Embracing consistency over perfection. The journey of keeping resolutions is not about immediate results. It’s more about consistent efforts, no matter how small. As the adage goes, “If you do the actions, the outcome will happen.” This approach, focusing on daily wins rather than the overall outcome, can be a game-changer.

2. Prioritizing the tough tasks. Drawing inspiration from the book “Eat That Frog,” one effective strategy is to tackle the most challenging tasks first. For many, this could be activities like prospecting and lead generating. Dedicating 60% of your time to these can significantly improve productivity. Starting your day with the hardest tasks not only gets them out of the way but also provides a sense of accomplishment early on.

“By adopting these principles, you can make this year one of your best yet.”

3. Allowing room for error. It’s crucial to remember that no one is perfect. There will be days when we falter or face unexpected responsibilities that derail our plans. The important thing is not to be harsh on ourselves. Instead, offer yourself grace and aim to be just 1% better today than you were yesterday. This mindset helps in maintaining a positive outlook and encourages continuous improvement.

4. The power of accountability. Accountability plays a vital role in staying on track. Hiding from failures or avoiding accountability sessions only hinders progress. It’s vital to show up, even when things aren’t going as planned. For instance, in our recent accountability session, some members didn’t show up due to early setbacks. Remember, if you don’t show up, you can’t be supported or guided.

The journey to keeping New Year’s resolutions is about consistent effort, tackling challenges head-on, allowing room for imperfections, and embracing accountability. By adopting these principles, you can make this year one of your best yet. Here’s to a year of growth and achievement!

Remember, if you have any questions about consistency, accountability, or just the business of real estate in general, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us by phone or email. We’re always here to serve as your resource for all of your business needs.

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