Summer Discipline: Finding the Balance Between Fun and Business

Filed under: Tips for Realtors

Summer is here, which means that you are probably feeling the strain of balancing the activities of the season with your business responsibilities. Summer is filled will so many things that are demanding on your time: the kids are home, BBQs are scheduled, and it seems there are million things on your calendar.

Before you know it, you’ve got your eye “off the 8-ball” in your business and your competitors are swooping in.

Creating Discipline for Necessary Responsibilities

My video today is a quick message about discipline. In this business of real estate, it is all about doing little bits every single day. Consistency is key to creating and maintaining the momentum needed to keep your business efforts moving forward.

Don’t let summer shake you off your game! Distractions tend to pop up in the summer months and during the holidays. We have to stay disciplined no matter what is going on!

Have your schedule planned out and make sure you are following through with it every single day. If you have a plan, it’s much easier to stick to. Discipline is key!

Finding Balance

Staying disciplined through the summer doesn’t mean you can’t go have fun. The trick is to find the balance in your business and recreational activities. Good time management can help you have the best of both worlds to ensure that your business doesn’t suffer this summer.

For example, you might schedule and do a bunch of hard work in the morning, then go play in the afternoon. Find what works for you so that you can structure your schedule accordingly.

I’m enjoying the summer, and still ensuring that I am just a phone call away if you have questions about financing a home. For more information about your mortgage options, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’m here to help!

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