Let’s Play KNOCK-OUT Time!

April 12, 2017

Business Planning

Do you ever find there are not enough hours in the day to do what you want?

Do you have too many projects in your head that you’d like to complete, but can’t seem to find the time to start, let alone finish them?

Well, I have a simple strategy for you that will help you start completing these projects, so that you can earn more money in less time, because you have more systems in place in your real estate business.

It’s time to get these ideas out of your head and out of your file cabinets and take action.

It’s called “KNOCK-OUT TIME”.

What you do is select a project that, if you are totally uninterrupted for up to 12 hours in one day, it will be completed.You need change your voicemail for the day or have someone else handle your calls and business for the day.

That’s crucial, because any interruptions will cause you significant delays and interfere with your thought process. (You could even say you’re at a training seminar all day and you’ll return calls after your finished.)

But once you start the project, don’t stop until you’re finished. It’s critical to your business.

In the days leading up to your KNOCK-OUT TIME, assemble everything that you need to complete your project. Let’s say it’s a pre-listing packet. Review what you currently have and decide how you want to improve it. Format it in a way you’re comfortable with.

Once you have everything written out, you can either design it yourself in a Word document or you may want to out-source your project to someone else to finish it up for you.

If you go online to a place like http://www.upwork.com or http://fiverr.com, you can write up a proposal on what you need done and people from around the world will quote you a price. You’d be amazed at how inexpensive some of the quotes are, but you have to be very specific in what you want done.

Then you can review the bids for your project and select someone to do it for you. elance.com is the go-between company, so you pay them and don’t have pay the bidder directly. You can also see how the bidders were rated on other jobs before you decide who to use.


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