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Do your clients know that you work for them around the clock or do they think you are a nine to fiver? When its 6 am, are you up and going at it or sleeping in? When the actual business day starts at 8 am, have you been working for 2 hours already? At 9 pm, are you still hitting it hard?

Lately I keep seeing people in my industry, real estate, and insurance who like to complain that there is nothing going on. No money, no business, no clients. Right. Then I talk to the contractor at the gas station at 5 am, filling up his rig, and he tells me that his busines is the best it has ever been. He has the most employees he has ever had. He honestly can't keep up.

There is business somewhere in this country. You just have to find it. Send out that extra packet of mailers. Tell just one more person what you do. Make another presentation. Just get it done and then do it again.

We are a great country. We do not need govt handouts to help us.

 

Comment balloon 2 commentsKevin Robinson • October 29 2009 06:42AM

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Yep, my clients see a 2 am timestamp on my emails and ask - WHEN DO YOU SLEEP?

Posted by Dick and Dixie Sells, Realtors, Tampa Bay Florida Homes For Sale (Sells Real Estate, LLC) over 8 years ago

I'm up and on the go as soon as I can be and many times still working away late into the evening if not early morning. You have to be willing to pay the price if you want to succeed.

Posted by JL Boney, III, Columbia, SC Real Estate (Coldwell Banker) over 8 years ago

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