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GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
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GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
GRI 409 Business Planning - Springfield, MO
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GR 409 by the Missouri Association of REALTORS with author & instructor Corky Hyatt, CRB, CRS, GRI and John Mayfield, ABR, CRB, ePRO. How to Business Plan, Organize, Manage Time, Checklist, and Exit …

GR 409 by the Missouri Association of REALTORS with author & instructor Corky Hyatt, CRB, CRS, GRI and John Mayfield, ABR, CRB, ePRO. How to Business Plan, Organize, Manage Time, Checklist, and Exit Strategize your business!

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  • PAGE 11 (next slide is also for page 11!)Action Steps to Building a Referral Business:What will I add to my business plan to build my referral business?Identify 30 top REALTORS in key communities across the Midwest and the nation, gathering their numbers, email address, and web address. (Check their production/experience. Use CRS’s whenever possible and WCR members because they are keyed into referring!)Ask for their referral business to your market areas not the entire Metro KC area. (They may have other agents in other KC areas and still use you for your area!)Provide a “Referral Action Program & Service Guarantee” to each identified referring agent.Make 12 contacts per year with each identified agent including a mix of phone, email, mail, and (when you’re on the road!) visits, coffee or lunch. Getting to know them means more referrals from them and from other agents in their office.Recognize referrals immediately! A gift delivered to their office, sitting on the receptionists counter, is good for several more referrals. Make the gift personal to them and their interests for better results EXERCISE:We’ve given you two ideas below:Sit with REALTORS from other areas when I attend GRI courses, MAR meetings, my franchise meetings and conventions, and NAR meetings, trade shows!Use a referral-service business card when attending functions with REALTORS who could refer to me. Your job is to enter at least two more ways to build your referral business on lines 3, 4, and 5!     
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    • 1. Business Planning2011 & Beyond!
      Corky Hyatt, CRB, CRS, GRI & John Mayfield, ABR, CRB, ePro
      Missouri Association of REALTORS®
    • 2. May I introduce to you
      Dr. Fred Grosse!
      Have a “10” Today!
      Document your “Mooring Lines”
      Practice your “Morning Ritual!”
      Enjoy your “Rewards!”
    • 3. Dr. Fred Grosse’s 6 Rules
      Recognize that life is primary; business funds life.
      Uncover your passions and give yourself permission to celebrate them.
      When working, only engage in top dollar-productive activities.
      Delegate effectively, so you can work less and earn more.
      Focus on what you can offer your clients, not what you can get from them.
      Remember to give back to the community you live in.
    • 4. What is Your Biggest Challenge Right Now?
    • 5. What Have You Tried?
    • 6.
    • 7. #1 of Top 7 Rookie Mistakes
      No Business Plan
      By Terry Watson!
    • 8. Terry Watson’s Top 7 Rookie Mistakes!
      No Business Plan!
      Not using resources available to you!
      Not maximizing your productivity!
      Not earning REALTOR® designations!
      Not purchasing equipment as a business entity!
      Not crafting your message to prospects’ concerns!
      No income buffer, passive income, or nest egg!
    • 9. Poverty Mentality
      a way of thinking
      …perpetuates poverty …
      focus is on what one doesn’t have
      rather than what one does have.
      A common characteristic is
      making fear based decisions.
    • 10. “Who Am I?” Audit
    • 11. Where Am I Now?
      Units closed this year?
      • Annual increase in the past 3 years?
      Average Commission?
      My average listing inventory
      • Seller inventory
      • 12. Listings sold/year?
      • 13. Percentage of listings taken/listings sold?
    • Sources of Business?
      Whom do I prospect for seller listings?
      Whom do I prospect for buyer clients?
      How many contacts do I make a day?
      Am I still mailing instead of contacting? (throwing $ at the business?)
      How many property or buyer listings do I take each month?
      How many contacts (How many presentations) does it take to sign a seller or buyer listing contract?
      What’s my GCI?
      What’s my annual expense %?
      What’s my profit %?
    • 14. Work On It & In It!
      • Initially, no less than 10% on it & 90% in it!
      • 15. Increase “on” for increased results!
    • What’s My Bottom Line?
      GCI?(Gross Commission Income)
      Expense % (gross profit before taxes)
      Profit? (gross profit before taxes)
      Am I pleased with my numbers?
    • 16.
    • 17.
    • 18. S.W.O.T.
      Strengths
      Weaknesses
      Opportunities
      Threats
    • 19. Opportunities!
      Weaknesses!
      Strengths!
      Threats!
    • 20.
    • 21. Threatsor opportunities?
    • 22. Threats or Opportunities?
    • 23.
    • 24. 4 Key Questions!
      “So that I may better serve you, please let me ask you a question.
      Of the following 4 options, which would your BEST FRIEND or your SPOUSE use to BEST describe YOU?
      • Straight-to-the-point!
      • 25. Social and Outgoing
      • 26. Stead and Dependable, or
      • 27. Cautious & Perfectly Accurate?
      Michael
      Maher
      7L
    • 28.
    • 29. For theDominantperson, you will want to include executive summaries, bullet pointed key details, easy-to-find information that can be quickly reviewed; “executive” styling; bold.
      For the Social/Influencerperson include color, interactivity, people-oriented materials; stylishly presented; recognition. Color flyers, web sites with flair.
      For the Conscientiousperson include accurate details, full explanations; honest and straightforward; correct information; quality. Charts and graphs.
      For the Steadyperson include information focused on security, dependability; remember their natural fear of change.
    • 30.
    • 31. Weaknesses?
    • 32.
    • 33.
    • 34. It’s Not Magic!
      Mission
      Vision
      Values & Beliefs
      Goals
      Strategies
      Action steps
      Evaluation
      Refinement & Redirection
    • 35. Mission Statement
      Ralph Roberts Mission:
    • 40. Strategies?
      “Strategic” planning requires that once your mission, vision, values, and goals have been defined,
      You take the next step, creating strategies to accomplish your goals!
    • 41. In the rectangle,
      Write a 1-sentence
      description
      of one of your goals for the next year!
    • 42.
    • 43. What’s
      My
      Deadline?
    • 44. Productivity&EffectivenessPlanning!
    • 45.
    • 46. Work “Billable” Hours
      Billable hours = hours that produce income!
      Prospecting,
      Presenting,
      Negotiating,
      Closing & Follow-thru!
    • 47. Allan is from your neighborhood. Working with an agent who knows your community can be vital to the success of your transaction. After years of personal and business interaction in the area, Allan has gained an in-depth understanding of the many factors affecting real estate transactions in Philadelphia.
      Over 25 years of experience
      Experienced and skilled negotiator
      In-depth and active community member
      Top producer
      Detail oriented, trustworthy and committed to excellence
      Extensive marketing and advertising background
      Good rapport with lenders, appraisers and all other people involved with buying and selling real estate
      Comprehensive knowledge of neighborhood marketing conditions
      Totally committed to the luxury condo market
      Allan has a a positive attitude, is a good listener and will go the extra mile to make your transaction as smooth and efficient as possible.
      ALLAN DOMB REAL STATE   
      Philadelphia, PA
      Since 1980, Allan Domb and his highly reputable real estate brokerage firm have been known throughout the United States as key contributors to Center City Philadelphia’s luxury condominium market.
      Today, Mr. Domb continues to control 75% of Center City luxury condominium sales in buildings such as Academy House, The Barclay, Center City One, The Dorchester, Hopkinson House, Independence Place, Pier 3, Pier 5, The Philadelphian, Society Hill Towers and Wanamaker House.
      Nationally, Mr. Domb has been ranked the top producing residential real estate broker for the greater part of the past twenty years.
      Alan Domb
    • 48. Protect PRIME Time!
      Prime time = “belly to belly” buyers & sellers
      Prospecting, presenting, negotiating and closing plus following through!
      NO Administrative tasks during PRIME TIME!Administer in non-consumer hours (early or late)
    • 49. Eliminate $ Wasters!
      Track “ROI” for all promotion expenses
      Plan expenses a year at a time
      Use a business budget
      Hold yourself accountable to the plan and the budget
      No more “just one commission” excuses!
      If you need help, establish a “Board of Directors” with people you respect!
    • 50. Practice Positive “Dumping”
      Spam?
      (Panda, McAfee,Norton)
      Spy-ware?
      Use Message Rules
      in Outlook Express or Outlook
      Auto emails into folders or
      Delete them before you see them!
      Capture leads with message rule flyers to emails from REALTOR.com leads, your firm’s website leads, or your own web leads
    • 51. Do it now!
      Do it now!
      Do it now!
      Do it now!
      Do it now!
      Do it now!
      Do it now!
      Do it now!
      Do It Now!
    • 52. Cold Calling’s Dead!So What?
      You never
      did it anyway!
    • 53. Build My Referral Business!
    • 54. Do youtrulydesiremassive success?
    • 55. Read, Study, Adopt 7L!
    • 56. Make Your BusinessTechnology BasedNotPaper & Clutter Based!
    • 57. Where’s Tech Going?
    • 58. Corky Hyatt QR Code!
    • 59.
    • 60. Ally or Foe?
    • 61. Communicating in a World Full of Noise!
      “Game Changer!”
    • 62. Benefits of Social Networking
      Easy to get started!
      Not a techie? You can still network!
      Immediate gratification!
      “One-Click” referral sending/receiving!
      Blogging, social networking can create credibility!
      Excellent access to Gen X and Gen Y
      Makes information readily available to consumers
      It’s FREE!
    • 63. How can you use social networking to “incubate” internet consumers?
    • 64.
    • 65.
    • 66. Who is “New” Consumer
    • 67. Who is Internet Buyer Today?
      84% of all buyers are internet consumers
      Expect “instant” response
      56% expect a response within 30 minutes
      Typical response by real estate agents was 10 hours, 16 minutes
      Do a lot for themselves – researching 1st on their own
    • 68.
    • 69. How May Hats Can You Wear?
      Listing Agent?
      Buyer’s Agent?
      Ad Man?
      Sales Mgr?
      CIO (Chief Info Officer)?
      Accountant?
      Webmaster?
      Staffing???
    • 70. Assistance For “Me, Inc.”
      Live assistance
      Virtual assistance
      Choosing the best “Office Manager”
      Create the job description, i.e. which “checklists” will you delegate first, later?
      DISC (Assess the personalities first)
      We hire for personality and
      Fire for failure to perform!
    • 71. Have You DevelopedYourExitStrategy?
    • 72. Systems
      & Checklisting!
      For a sample you can use
      See Page 15…
      Sale to Closing Checklist
    • 73. Legal Structure
      Sole proprietorship, partnership
      Corporation (S, C, or LLC)
      Budgeting
      Organizational structure
      Agent alone
      Add technology tools
      Clerical support
      Buyer and Seller agents
      CEO & into Exit Strategies
      Structural Decisions
    • 74. Business Budgeting
    • 75.
    • 76.
    • 77. Budgeting & Taxes
    • 78. ChecklistofReal EstateBusinessTaxDeductionsfromwww.Inman.com
    • 79. Set Deadlines!
      Write plan deadline:
      Budget deadline:
      Tech-equipment review deadline:
      COI clean-out deadline:
      Computer back-up deadline:
      Legal structure review deadline:
      Schedule a physical deadline:
      Schedule time off deadline:
      Insurance review deadline:
      Living Trust deadline:
    • 80. Resources!Check out the Links!
      Build Your Brain Trust!
    • 81. EFFECTIVENESS & EFFICIENTY CHECLIST:
      How to Shut Down My Time, Effort, & Money Leaks!
      CRS members comprise just 4 percent of all REALTORS®. CRS Designees earn an average of $155,876 annually — three times as much as the typical REALTOR® who sells residential real estate.

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