With the best of intentions, we worked on business plans, last Fall. Now, halfway through the new year, how's it going? Are you where you want to be, or on track to hit your goals? Whether you need a quick refresher to get back on track, or you want to make sure you're on the path to achieving the goals you set for yourself, this evaluation session will ask the questions you need to answer to move your business into the second half of the year!
Even if you didn't join us for business planning, last fall, this class can be a very helpful look at your current activites and possibly a kick-start for a great second half! Too often, the plans we make get filed away at the end of class and many of those goals for building a solid business go unmet. It's not too late to get on track for the year! Join us to take a good look at your current business, so you can finish the year strong!
Laura Fangman, CRS is an active REALTOR® who works with individuals and groups to help them make informed decisions and equip them to move confidently in their businesses. Known for her direct approach to providing support, Laura's honest feedback will help agents make the most of their time and efforts and get them moving forward and motivated! With experience spanning multiple states and all levels of association leadership, most of Laura's biggest lessons are those she's learned The Hard Way, but you'll get to learn those lessons from the comfort of your seat!
This webinar recording will show you how to:
- You will evaluate your current business, looking at both production and financial goals.
- You will compare what you planned to do, with what you have actually done, in terms of marketing and prospecting.
- You will give yourself honest answers about the actions you've taken to build your business, so far.
- You will explore strategies to get your business on the path to success!
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