2019 is almost here. If you want to make your New Year resolutions and goals stick, it’s time to think about how to stay accountable to your team, your target numbers, and to yourself.

Once you’ve set specific, measurable real estate goals, the work of consistent action toward those goals begins. As Keri recently discussed at the first annual real estate Mastermind event, what separates success from defeat is how we learn from setbacks and adapt.

In this post we’ll talk about how you can find others to help keep you accountable during the sometimes long process of turning your vision into reality.

Remember that you don’t have to go it alone

Many have come before you in real estate. They’ve suffered losses, overcome obstacles, and they’ve enjoyed great success. You can achieve your own goals faster by benefiting from their knowledge. There’s no need to go it alone.

Hiring a coach or mentor can allow you to:

  • Learn from their experiences
  • Reveal blind spots in your thinking 
  • Boost your motivation
  • Stay accountable to somebody for progress

Individual coaching can be very helpful, but you can also find peer groups that will help hold you accountable. If you’ve got a team of like-minded professionals, share your goals and the actions you will take to achieve them. Commit to a reward system and tell them about it. This makes it much harder to let yourself off the hook when the going gets difficult.

Too many agents are left to succeed or fail on their own without adequate training or support. If you need a peer support group consider signing up for our Inner Circle, where we provide support, community, and mentorship to real estate agents who want to grow.

How will you follow through on your goals in 2019?

How will you hold yourself accountable for your 2019 real estate goals? How will you make sure to surround yourself with ambitious, like-minded individuals who want to help each other grow?

I’d love to hear about your 2019 real estate and sales goals, so please leave a comment.