Quick entry for today: we’re doing another 5 Sellers A Day accountability program. We’ve done this a few times before, and we’ve had a great turnout. A lot of you guys already know what you need to do. You already know how to make offers, how to submit contracts and you’ve already bought all the courses you can buy to help your real estate business. You don’t need another course. You already know how to do deals. What you need is someone who will hold you accountable.
Gavin and I always drive to this point: this business comes down to marketing, talking to sellers and making offers. And some of the most successful students we’ve ever had are the ones who decided to stop being professional students – those who decided enough learning; it’s time to start DOING.
Your speed to income is directly proportional to the number of offers you make. If you’re still struggling to make money, it inevitably means that you are not making enough offers. So, starting next week, we’re opening a new 4-week program where we hold you accountable to talk to 5 sellers and make 3 offers a day. And if you complete the challenge of making 60 successful offers during the 30-day program, we give you your money back – guaranteed. During this program, we’ll do regular coaching calls, analyze your scorecards and give you access to a Facebook group where you can ask questions.
Most of our best students come from this program and we only do this program once or twice a year so don’t miss out. The program starts next week, March 1st. Start DOING, join the challenge and grow your business.
Watch and Learn:
Listen and learn:
- What the 4-week program has in store for you and your business.
- Forming a habit that will help your real estate business.
- How this challenge will help you be more consistent in making offers.
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