Have you ever been at your real estate office and you hear agents complaining, moaning and groaning: “Zillow's dominating the search”, “the home inspector asked me to repair the roof”, “my broker doesn't give me the support I need”, “the loan officer is asking for all these documents and it's difficult for my client”?
Out of all these things that are happening, what I encourage for you to do is to take Personal Responsibility.
Personal Responsibility means taking account for your actions, taking account for the way that you design your life and understanding that you create your world.
So when you are in this situation and there's a challenge, rather than blaming and pointing fingers, say to yourself "Ok, how can I solve this challenge?"
When you take ultimate responsibility, you understand that the outcome is based on who you are being and the actions that you are making.
When you take full accountability, your business will flourish, your life will flourish, and you will be able to contribute more to the community.
What happens when your favorite customer or even simply someone who is being anything but rude has a complaint to get off their chest? How do you handle that properly?
Personal Responsibility makes you conscious and aware about your decision and I encourage for you to always take responsibility.
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