How to be a Top Performer in Real Estate
Want to know how to be a top performer in real estate? It’s simple: take a page from the book of Olav Alexander Bu, endurance coach of Ironman World Champion Gustav Iden, who broke the Kona record amazingly in 7 hours 25 minutes.
Bu believes that we can become stronger mentally and physically by understanding our endurance capacity and learning how to train it. This strength will enable us to push through difficult situations and come out on the other side stronger than before.
You can learn four things from his training philosophy to help you understand how to perform better, prospect more, and sell more homes.
- Consistency is key.
Olav Alexander Bu believes that the number one key to success is consistency. To be a top performer, you need to show up and do the work daily. There will be days when you don’t feel like it, but if you can push through and maintain your consistency, you will see results.
Bu’s endurance coaching pushes the belief that we all have an innate ability to endure hardship. Hardships and fear of failure are the number one cause of a lack of consistency. Train your mind in advance that you will face adversity and hardship, and you can endure knowing the goal is consistency.
- Quality over quantity.
It’s not about working harder; it’s about working smarter. When prospecting, focus on quality conversations, tracking, and follow-up plans rather than quantity. The same goes for your follow-up. rather than trying to reach a large number of people, focus on building deeper relationships with fewer people. You’ll close more deals and build a stronger business in the long run.
You can learn how to improve your quality over quality by specific training.
- Be willing to work hard
Another key lesson we can learn from Bu is the importance of hard work. He expects his athletes to train hard every day to be prepared for competition. This level of dedication is what separates the best from the rest. In real estate, there are no shortcuts to success. You must be willing to put in the hard work required to achieve your goals.
- Believe in yourself
Finally, one of the most important things that Olav Alexander Bu does with his athletes is to help them believe in themselves. He knows that if his athletes don’t believe in themselves, they will never reach their full potential. The same is true in real estate. If you don’t believe in yourself and your ability to succeed, you will never reach your full potential as an agent.
As you take action, stay consistent, endure hardship, and focus on quality over quantity, your capacity for endurance and your belief in yourself will improve.
If you want to be a top performer in real estate, there’s no magic formula – it comes down to hard work and dedication. However, by following the training philosophy of Olav Alexander Bu, you can set yourself up for success by focusing on consistency, quality over quantity, and setting (and achieving) big goals. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to get out there and start crushing it in the real estate world!
Nick McLean Real Estate Group
Cheplak Live Coach