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    Episode 128: CEO Adena Hefets and Gaby Wilkerson – The American dream

    Episode 128: CEO Adena Hefets and Gaby Wilkerson – The American dream

    Today on episode 128 of Success Superstars, Divvy Homes CEO Adena Hefets talks about the American dream of homeownership and how Divvy Homes makes that easier in today’s market. Gaby Wilkerson enters the conversation to talk about what makes her so passionate about the Divvy offering.

    No mortgage? No problem. With Divvy, save up for your future down payment while renting. It’s that simple.

    Success Superstars is your place for innovation, creativity, and the blueprint of success for peak performers just like you! The intention every Thursday at 11 am CST right here on Facebook is to shed light and provide a platform to share best practices and success across JPAR teams, agents, and staff.

    Watch previous episodes: Success Superstars on YouTube

    Also available on most podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify. Just search ‘Success Superstars’ anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

    Better Together – Tech-Enabled Transaction Coordinators

    Better Together – Tech-Enabled Transaction Coordinators

    You see,?I’ve seen too many entrepreneurs follow this idea like it’s some kind of commandment:

    “If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself.”

    Can you relate?

    Imagine if you could delegate, automate, or eliminate many of the tasks you’re not good at or dislike? What would happen to your business?

    We’ve created a white paper worksheet to help our associates easily calculate the value of their time. If you would like a copy, email me at [email protected]. You see, many of our associates have an hourly time value of $100.00 or more. So, here’s my question, “is what you are working on right now worth $25.00 an hour, $50.00 or $150.00 an hour.”

    When you work on activities and tasks that are at or above your hourly rate, breakthroughs begin. The rest?

    Automate, delegate, or eliminate.

    We’ve partnered with the nation’s first countrywide transaction coordination service – transactly. Why? It’s proven to save over 15 hours per file for our real state professionals. That’s time that can be spent in negotiations, customer service, and business development.

    When you delegate your real estate transaction file management, you’ll not only have a dedicated transaction coordinator but an entire tech-enabled company supporting you.? Checking contracts for accuracy and completeness, arranging inspections, appointments, and signatures are just a few of the things you can delegate with confidence. The result?

    Better utilization of your time and better service to your clients and closing partners.

    So what do you get?

    Experience & Peace Of Mind

    You get a team with years of experience in managing and closing real estate transactions.

    Support

    Your transaction coordinator, and a full support team, is available to help you seven days a week.

    Tech-Enabled

    Track progress and know where things are at all times, through our secure transaction platform.

    Communication

    Responsiveness and proactive updates during your transactions, all the way to closing.

    Consider letting go of some of the things so you can spend more time in your genius zone.?CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke, Business Consultants and Authors of?The Beauty of Conflict, recommend taking an honest look at how you are spending your time through a four-zone model.

    What Are The 4 Zones?

    • Zone Of Incompetence?– you don’t do these things well. Better to eliminate, automat,e, or delegate.
    • Zone of Competence?– ?you can do these things but don’t like them much.?Better to eliminate, automate, or delegate.
    • Zone of Excellence?– you are very good at these things. They bring you success, but they don’t make your heart sing.
    • Zone of Genius?– you love doing these things, you do them well, and they give you the highest ratio of abundance and satisfaction to the amount of time invested.

    What type of workplace you in your genius zone? Do more of that! Then consider what you can delegate, automate, or eliminate this week? Like all of your transaction file coordination.

    This week is YOURS,?own it!

    Episode127: Shelly Nalls – Take The Good With The Bad And Do It With A Smile

    Episode127: Shelly Nalls – Take The Good With The Bad And Do It With A Smile

    Today on episode 127 of Success Superstars, JPAR’s Shelly Nalls from the DFW market sits
    down with Mark Johnson, CEO of JPAR to talk about how she works smarter. Not harder. She says some of her best advice is to take the bad with the good and do it with a smile. She explains. Listen in!

    “I let kvCORE work for me. I don’t work for it.” – Shelly Nalls

    Success Superstars is your place for innovation, creativity, and the blueprint of success for peak performers just like you! The intention every Thursday at 11 am CST right here on Facebook is to shed light and provide a platform to share best practices and success across JPAR teams, agents, and staff.

    Watch previous episodes: Success Superstars on YouTube

    Also available on most podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify. Just search ‘Success Superstars’ anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

    Don’t Settle

    Don’t Settle

    Over my career, I’ve coached many real estate professionals and entrepreneurs who just feel uninspired or flat. There is one common theme:

    Settling for safe!

    When they were new to the business, they pushed their comfort zones, tried new and innovative things to launch a new realty business. They pushed through uncertainty to achieve a goal. Then what? Certainty creeps in, settling for safe creeps in, and suddenly you feel flat.

    We all need that balance of certainty and uncertainty.

    Yet, in my practice, I’ve seen a direct relationship between business success and uncertainty. Ironically, the more you grow, the more uncertainty surrounds you. This is because, as your business grows, everything else does too: more team members, customers, partners, competitors, and more decisions that can go right, wrong, or indifferent. Because there is no certainty about what will happen during a time of change, many leaders either try to control events or simply shut down. Both can be problematic and lead you to sub-optimal results. I’ve observed that my most thriving associates deal with change and uncertainty by focusing on daily progress – which provides comfort and clarity – that allows them to embrace and create uncertainty.

    How? Consider these four steps:

    Winning the day
    You can embrace uncertainty with healthy daily habits like taking your M.E.D.S. Meditate, exercise, diet (nutrition), and sleep.

    Give the status quo a jab, jab, hook
    The associates I’ve worked with that struggle have convinced themselves that their status quo is precisely what they deserve. And they go about and base their identities around that belief. I’ve observed that my associates live where they have attached their identity. The good news? We have the power to choose the meaning we attach to anything. Make a compelling choice and give the status quo a jab, jab, hook

    Connecting to a compelling vision and reason
    We all solve problems for a profit. What does your ideal day, week, and month look like? It’s proven, you will face hurdles when embracing uncertainty, and it is the reason “why” that will push you through to the other side. What matters most is that your reasons resonate with you deeply, not just superficially.

    Burn the boats
    In 1519, Captain Hernán Cortés landed in Veracruz to begin his conquest. Upon arriving, he gave an order to his troops to burn the ships in which they arrived. In essence, he gave them no other option but to succeed at the goal of conquering. Burn the boat is a concept in which you leave no other option for yourself in context to something that you would like to achieve.

    So, there you have it embracing uncertainty. Win the day; give the status quo a jab, jab, hook; connect to a compelling reason and burn the boats!

    Taking it to the next level.

    1. What’s ONE thing you can add to your daily routine to win the day?
    2. Set an intention for how you’ll handle a situation that might trip you up this week.

    I’d love to hear from you, win the day!

    Episode 126: Brad and Paula Baldwin – There’s No Giving Up

    Episode 126: Brad and Paula Baldwin – There’s No Giving Up

    Today on episode 126 of Success Superstars, JPAR’s Brad and Paula Baldwin from the Southlake, Texas market sits down with Mark Johnson, CEO of JPAR to talk about persevering despite large obstacles that have been thrown at them.

    “There’s no giving up.” – Brad Baldwin

    Success Superstars is your place for innovation, creativity, and the blueprint of success for peak performers just like you! The intention every Thursday at 11 am CST right here on Facebook is to shed light and provide a platform to share best practices and success across JPAR teams, agents, and staff.

    Watch previous episodes: Success Superstars on YouTube

    Also available on most podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify. Just search ‘Success Superstars’ anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

    Episode 125:Michelle Barre – Don’t Ever Tell Me I Can’t Do something

    Episode 125:Michelle Barre – Don’t Ever Tell Me I Can’t Do something

    Today on episode 125 of Success Superstars, JPAR’s Michelle Barre from the San Antonio market sits down with Mark Johnson, CEO of JPAR to talk about her having brain surgery to overcome epilepsy. Now she’s developed expertise in short sales and expired listings. She explains how she’s solving problems that other people can’t solve, and bringing them to the market place. She averages 20 closings a year.

    “Don’t ever tell me I can’t do something.” – Michelle Barre

    Success Superstars is your place for innovation, creativity, and the blueprint of success for peak performers just like you! The intention every Thursday at 11 am CST right here on Facebook is to shed light and provide a platform to share best practices and success across JPAR teams, agents, and staff.

    Watch previous episodes:?https://jpar.re/SuccessSuperstars

    Also available on most podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify. Just search ‘Success Superstars’ anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

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