population of the area, number of householders, clearing rates, competitors, the number of stock available, etc.. Especially when you get asked, What do you know about the area? So, if you get a question like, “you’ve made 400 calls & 5 appraisals this week and every call was a ‘No’, ‘I’m not interested’ or worse. Think about it this way, if you weren’t getting the results, would you seek help and or assistance? Just be careful not to ask questions that are freely available on their website.
Imagine doing the same thing over and over and over again and expecting a different result.
Let me ask you this, would you entrust someone with the negotiation and contract of your home? Know anything, like what the role of a sales person is, what some sales activities could be? This is real estate sales or ” want to become a proficient online seller”, Huh…? Some of the answers I got, “what I’d be earning now”, “,000 on top of the base rate”, “,000 on top of the base pay”.
Let me ask you a further question, if all things being equal, would you choose someone that looks the part or someone that doesn’t? Whilst there is no right answer to this question, you need to be thinking an obscene number. Don’t get confused between motivation and commitment. What would you say the management and leadership style is like? When do team members typically start seeing results?
In the 1930’s John Bowlby worked as a psychiatrist in a Child Guidance Clinic in London, where he treated many emotionally disturbed children.
This experience led Bowlby to consider the importance of the child’s relationship with their mother in terms of their social, emotional and cognitive development.
She learns to differentiate his cries, sometimes hunger, pain, boredom, tired etc and responds appropriately.
She talks to the baby, maybe sings to him and smiles at him and as the baby grows she is rewarded by his response, in that he smiles back and they can engage in “conversation” e.g.
the baby “coos” and laughs/gurgles in response to the mother’s attention and often tries to mimic her sounds.
The attachment relationship acts as a prototype for all future social relationships so disrupting it can have severe consequences.
This theory also suggests that there is a critical period for developing an attachment (about 0 -5 years).