How To Stay Energised No Matter What’s Going On In The Market

How To Stay Energised No Matter What’s Going On In The Market

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We all know that working in real estate can be a bit of a roller coaster ride. The market might be quite active one year and then very quiet the next.

In the interim, the focus is on bolstering your pipeline to secure steady income in the coming months.

The enthusiasm you bring to the real estate equation is crucial to this consistency.

I'm not talking about hyped-up sales presentations here, but rather the quiet, devoted, and concentrated energy that allows you to accomplish consistent results...regardless of what's going on in the news or in the market.

Managing Your Attitude

We talk a lot about mentality in real estate because it's crucial to a job that requires you to go out and create your own product supply of accessible properties as well as interact with the clients who will buy them.

Your energy is built on the foundation of this thinking. So, where should you begin? It all boils down to getting the basics right, which means defining clear goals, reverse engineering your success, and acknowledging and expanding on your accomplishments, as I often say.

It's not so much a can-do, always upbeat attitude as it is a well-defined approach that allows you to know exactly what needs to be done each day, week, and month, regardless of what else is going on.

Steering Clear Of The Media And Bad News

When it comes to what's going on in the world, be aware of the news and information you consume each day.

There are enough of negative headlines, stories, and media articles to get caught up in right now, and throughout the past few years.

While it's crucial to keep informed about what's going on in the world, bad news has the potential to deflate your spirits.

Balance your news consumption by supplementing it with expert real estate expertise and information, as well as clear and actionable strategies.

Surrounding Positive People

Just as the news can depress you, so can some people in your life. As the phrase goes, "you are the company you keep," so surround yourself with people who share your good energy and mindset.

Look for mentors and advisors who can keep you focused, on track, and devoted to finding consistent energy among your personal circle of friends and colleagues.

Perfecting Your Morning Routine

'Win the morning, and you win the day,' as any top-performing agent will tell you. Take the time to develop a morning routine that balances work, life, and your overall well-being.

Stick to your schedule after you've found it and start the day the night before with a plan of action for what you'll do.

Getting To Know Your Flow

Energy levels fluctuate throughout the day, so it's crucial to know when you're most likely to perform at your best.

You might schedule your calls for this timeframe or schedule your listing presentations for this timeframe.

People you connect with and contact will sense when your energy level is low, so leverage the peaks and troughs of your energy flow to your advantage for maximum impact and productivity.

Paying Attention To The Edge

Your real estate job is simply one aspect of a larger existence, which means there may be things on the outskirts that require your attention from time to time.

It could be a family issue, your finances, your health, or any number of other equally essential factors affecting your energy.

Take the time and space you need to deal with things that are bothering you outside of work, and don't be hesitant to get the help you need to get things back on track.

Searching For You

Consistent energy is derived from general well-being, which you cannot sustain if you do not take adequate care of yourself.

Make sure you're providing yourself the care, time off, and emotional nourishment you need to not just survive but thrive in any real estate market, whether it's a healthy diet, daily exercise, or taking time out to rest when required and spend time with your family.

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