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  • #38924

    AgentbytheSea09
    Member

    Quite simply, I am new to the industry and would love to know what the best piece of advice you’ve been given was.. Perhaps from when you were training..

    I am learning from a very experienced small company and I am loving the job.

    Advice from people of all ages, experience and backgrounds within the field would be very interesting and helpful. Not just to me, I’m sure.

    #38955

    PeeBee
    Member

    It appears you may have missed this thread:

    https://www.propertyindustryeye.com/forums/topic/advice-to-new-agents/

    OR you didn’t think much of the advice!

    If I’d listened to the advice I was given, I either would never have become an Agent in the first place, or would have packed it in hundreds of times over the last 25 years!

    For what it’s worth – here’s mine.

    BE TRUE TO YOURSELF.

    #38956

    PeeBee
    Member

    Sorry – missed the important bit…

    WELCOME – both to the industry, and to the EYE ‘Community’!

    You’re in for one H£LL of a ride – so buckle up!

    PeeBee ;o)

    #39016

    AgentbytheSea09
    Member

    Thank you PeeBee – good advice although aimed at starting a new agency rather than a complete newbie like me.

    I have come from a high street bank where if you’re not hitting double your target on day 2 while spinning plates and juggling, its evaluation time! So being in a company where I have a little more control over my own targets is much better! Also not having to sit at a desk all day – big plus!

    True to myself – lovely advice.

    #39022

    PeeBee
    Member

    “So being in a company where I have a little more control over my own targets is much better!”<b></b><u></u>

    Yes… BUT.

    You will still be spinning plates and juggling – but it will be a combination of fire, chainsaws and jelly you’re juggling with, using only one hand whilst sewing a button on a f@rt with the other… all this as you’re wading through treacle to collect a well-deserved kick in the ‘nads for missing a toothbrush holder off someone’s details!

    Enjoy!! ;o)

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