Here are eight questions designed to help add clarity to your career.

Is your real estate career suffering from too many distractions? The issue could be a lack of focus, and that’s why today I want to discuss the importance of clarity.

We have all our employees and everyone who comes to our events fill out a personal questionnaire. These questions help identify problems in your career and give you clarity. Let’s go over a few of these questions; it will only take a few minutes, and it could have lasting effects on your success down the road:

1. What is your goal? Do you have a certain amount of money you want to make? Maybe there’s a new record for units sold you want to reach. If you don’t have a concrete goal, take some time to figure out what exactly you’re striving towards.

2. What do you do best? Everyone is good at different things, so make sure your career has you in the right place.

3. What is your previous work experience? This is a further clarification of your experiences thus far. If you didn’t have a clear answer for number two, this answer could help you out.

4. What type of environment do you work best in? If you don’t feel comfortable in your environment, you won’t put in your best work.

“If you don’t have a concrete goal, take some time to figure out what exactly you’re striving toward. ”

5. What will allow you to have the greatest success in your career? Is it a new environment or maybe a career change?

6. What gets in the way of your success? Think about what has happened in the past. If there are common obstacles, write them down.

7. How will you overcome your obstacles? If the things in number six are getting you down, here’s where you brainstorm solutions.

8. How can you improve your environment? Think of just one way you can improve your surroundings and do it. A 1% improvement can make all the difference.

Hopefully, going through these questions brought some much-needed clarity into your career. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out via phone or email. I am always willing to talk.

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