Spring is here. We’re almost through March, and the first quarter is almost over.
Are you on track with your goals for 2019?
Have you been executing your plan? Is it providing the results you were looking for?
Consider this: your business’ performance for this first quarter will set the tone for the rest of 2019.
How easy or difficult the three remaining quarters will be is going to be determined by how much you have achieved now.
If you’ve been able to meet your goals, CONGRATULATIONS! Give yourself a pat on the back! Now it is time to focus on Quarter Two!
This is very important. You’ve already set things in motion, so all you need to do is to keep on doing what works and improve on things that you can to stay on track.
Missing the Mark
But if you haven’t hit the mark yet, then it would be good to evaluate the things that you think probably have brought you down this road.
At this point, you would want to take some time to review the 4 Parts of a Business Plan.
This is a model of business planning and goal setting to help Real Estate Professionals succeed in their careers.
Above all, I would review these parts of the Business Plan as you evaluate and adjust your plan for Quarter Two: .
Step 4 – Is your life in balance?
The Wheel of Life, sometimes called the Balance Wheel, will help you visualize your current situation, providing a snapshot of how you see your life today.
Step 5 – Is your business running smoothly?
Likewise, using the Balance Wheel concept on your business can help to determine what areas are causing your business to not run as smooth as it could be.
Step 7 – Business Review
Take a look at the noteworthy results of the last 12 months. In other words, did you reach your goals and achieve what you wanted?
Step 11 – Lead Generation/Marketing Plan
Recognize what specific changes to your current plans are necessary to make so you can reach your goals.
Step 14 – Budgeting
Review your expenses for the current year and include any new marketing and development changes.
Step 15 – Production Plan
Create and monitor goals on a monthly basis in order to stay on track with your production goals for the upcoming year.
Step 17 – Creating a Master Project List
Change your goals into “projects” to actively work on over the next twelve months, and from this create a “Master Project List.”
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