There is absolutely nothing hidden about their agendas today as Matt and Garrett discuss the benefits of planning your day ahead and getting your Ninja Nine accomplished. Together, they delve into the consequences of not maintaining your daily agenda and how you can move from this point in your business to a point where your systems are consistently working effectively.
Our hosts begin the conversation by addressing why some agents and realtors find it difficult to make the Ninja Nine system work for them. They then go on to explain that it all boils down to consistency, showing up, and winning the day by creating your daily agenda ahead and holding yourself accountable. Matt and Garrett conclude this enlightening and motivating episode by giving step-by-step advice on how to set daily goals and, most importantly, how to achieve them.
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- Putting in the daily work to make the Ninja 9 work for you
- Preparing yourself to win the day
- The long-term effects of not showing up
- The benefits of having an agenda
- How to set and hit daily goals
“One of the biggest illusions that exists in the real estate industry is that we have to do big things…people don’t break it down until ‘what are the handful of actions that I need to do every day to move me towards my goals?’”
“Are you doing the daily tasks every day? Or are you just doing them some days and saying that you did them most of the time?”
“When we give ourselves excuses, we’re accepting levels of lower productivity, we’re accepting low levels of progress when we should just acknowledge that that happened, and then do better the next day.”
“Give yourself the opportunity to win the day by creating that agenda.”
“Do not be subjective on yourself, be objective. Don’t be critical, don’t beat yourself up.”
“We’re just having you be aware of what you’re really doing.”
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