An agent centric company puts their agent’s business first, from a productivity, profitability, and back-office service approach. It also allows the agent to step out of the shadows of the “Big-Box Brokerage” brand and become the hyper-local celebrity agent in their marketplace.
After all, it’s the real estate agents level of service that defines the only brand that matters to the consumer. Putting more tools in the agents tool box, allows them to both provide better service and serve a larger number of clients. Thus, our hashtag: #earnmorekeepmore.
At the end of the day, the function of a business is to earn a profit. Yet, therein lies the problem in the real estate industry. In my opinion, the vast majority of agents are taught to think and act like salespeople, not business owners. At JPAR, we’re in the business of developing CEO mindsets. The CEO Agent is one who as accountable to their margins, as they are to the service and productivity standards of their brand.
I recognize that change is hard but so is anything worth doing. This model is a blessing to the modern real estate agent, and the future of our industry. The earlier you adapt and adopt, the sooner you can begin to create a bigger business that funds a far bigger life – for you, those you love, and the causes you support.
Right now your arms are crossed. I look forward to the day when they’re open to receive this gift. Pastor Steven Furtick’s Easter Sunday 2020 message introduced me to the notion of releasing to receive. I am asking you to release your preconceived notions about who you think I am, what I’m all about, and I have to offer you. There are far too many people who stand to benefit from you opening your mind for it to remain closed. Food for thought.
My door is always open, so please don’t hesitate to call or text me at 251-583-9728.