Posted by: realestatewebtrainer | January 10, 2013

A Recap of Key’s Thoughts of the Day Jan 4th through Jan 9th 2013

How is your year going so far?  Are you creating good habits that will ensure your future success?  If not, then perhaps it’s time to get started!  This week, I covered several topics, all with some focus on motivation.  In a nutshell, motivation and good habits are the keys to your success in your business.  Your personal motivation will dictate your actions, affecting whether or not you meet your goals.  If you are motivated to complete tasks within your plan of action, you create good habits and ultimately ensure your sucess.  Also, understanding the motivations of your clients allows you to set realistic goals with and for them.  Neglecting to know the “why” of your customer, you set them,as well as yourself, up for failure.  Finally, you must empower yourself to never quit. Determination is key in this business where “No” is a commonality. By committing to the success of yourself and others, you are guaranteed to make 2013 the year of your dreams.

I will empower my being to pursue my dreams and support others in their dreams

Posted by Key Yessaad on January 9, 2013 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)


The Power of Intention is not about your ability to know everything – The Power of Intention is driven by your desire and determination to never quit. I have worked with many wonderful and thoughtful Real Estate Trainers and Brokers, and I have learned a lot from them – the central component of success that they all have in common is the drive and determination that their success in never in question, and that they will muster the courage to con…

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Are you Over-Controlling every aspect of your Business?

Posted by Key Yessaad on January 8, 2013 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)


Does your left hand know what your right hand is doing? This simple question should reveal how much of a control maniac you are, and how you may be chocking opportunities from occurring in your company – you are probably trying to over-control everything in your business, and if you are in the business of people then… oh my! The power of being a Business Owner and an Entrepreneur is the Joy of being able create the future as you see it; but many such entrepre…

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Your Goals Must change your Todays so they are realized in your Tomorrows

Posted by Key Yessaad on January 7, 2013 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)


The main purpose of having Goals is that they allow you to alter the Present (Your Now) to fit and mold your future – ponder this thought for a little while. If your definition of the future is you flow with whatever happens then do not need have any goals – just flow dud! You are not trying to Change the future by looking at the future – you are trying to change your ‘Now’ so your future becomes the way you have designed it! The trut…

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Your Customers’ Needs and Motivation will dictate your Success in Real Estate

Posted by Key Yessaad on January 6, 2013 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)


Without a clear understanding of ‘Why’ a Property Owner is selling their home your Marketing will fail. Experienced Agents will tell you that the ‘reason for selling’ will reveal not only the motivation of the Property Owner, but also the time you have to do your job. The National Median Days on Market is between 70 and 100 Days and since 95% of all properties go through at least one price reduction, it means that you have 3 months t…

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Incompletions Diminish your Opportunities and Eat at your Business and Serenity

Posted by Key Yessaad on January 5, 2013 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)


Incomplete Tasks and Avoided Conversations become nagging Incompletions and they throw the balance of your business, presence, and happiness out of center. Let me share with you a useful definition of an incompletion: it is a task that you have been putting off that finds a way to pop in your mind and linger in a caustic fashion. Usually these are tasks that you have been trying to avoid because they are either unpleasant, and/or tasks that involve some kind of confronta…

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The Freedom afforded by The Real Estate Business ruins lots of Careers

Posted by Key Yessaad on January 4, 2013 at 8:00 AM Comments comments (0)


According to NAR Research the Median Income of Realtors was $34,900 in 2011, and those with lots of experience, 16+ years, had a Median Income of $50,200. The top earners, six figure income and up, were 17% of all Realtors or over 150,000 such agents. Obviously experience is a great asset and must be earned; the challenge in getting new agents to that level of experience as quickly as possible, requires boxing them in with a plan of action, and a mentorship program that …

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About Key Yessaad:

Key Yessaad, Real Estate Trainer and SEO Strategist I am one of many Real Estate Trainers who coach agents on growing their Real Estate Business; but I come at it from a different angle; I am an Internet Marketing Strategist with degrees in Mathematics and Programming meshed with the experience of running a large cluster of Real Estate Offices. Marketing is job one for Real Estate Professionals, but many of them are struggling with how to leverage the power of the Internet, SEO, Social Media, Blogging, Internet Marketing, Lead Generation, and Prospecting for new business. My experience in building thousand of websites, and trainings illuminate all of these ideas – but what makes my seminars powerful are the homework and plan of actions I have devised for the participating agents. Ask me a question if you are interested in hiring me to speak to your agents, train them, or hold special Webinars for your office – you will love the way I empower Real Estate Professionals, and I always produce results! (910) 538-6610.

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