3 Signs of What Not to Do in 2014



2013 has been a busy year for most, but there are things that you can do to ease yourself in 2014 and make the transition smooth. Some things will need to be let go of to make it work properly for you. This includes letting go of some clients at times, especially those that are determined to keep homes overpriced. If you've done all you can to help them on this and they prove to be more stubborn than not, it may be time to very kindly and professionally bow out of that endeavor.

How do you know it's time to let something go? You don't want to be too rash about things, but there are signs. When you hear the same complaint come up over and over again, that will be your first one. You're not just putting in energy into fixing the problem at hand, but also into rehashing it in your mind and in conversation. If the situation can be fixed, fantastic, but if not it may be best to let it go. The second thing to look at when it comes to reorganization is your numbers. Make sure everything adds up. If you're spending a certain percentage on one thing, but it's bringing in less than that, it may not be worth it. Take inventory and see where to cut costs and redistribute efforts. Finally, if you find yourself in the same conversation again and again without different results, you're probably not going anywhere in it. At this point the problem either needs to be fixed or eliminated.



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POSTED December 26 2013 10:44 AM
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