Darryl Davis

The Secret to Door-Knocking Success

November 19th, 2021
The idea of knocking on doors to introduce yourself to your farm area might make you nervous, but rather than knock, drop a flyer in their mailbox and run, let me offer a few tips to give you the confidence...

Grow Your Conversation Skills With Roleplay

January 14th, 2022
We have a special place in our hearts for new agents, and one philosophy we subscribe to is, “You learn best by doing.” A part of that learning for those just starting out can be setting up dates to roleplay...

Embracing the Real Estate Journey Every Step of the Way

February 15th, 2022
One of the biggest challenges for buyer’s agents is trying to help buyers as the housing market continues to shift. And one of the best things you can do is prepare buyers for the journey they are about to embark...

Prejudging Leads Can Sabotage Your Success

March 22nd, 2022
The new year is in high gear, and your prospecting should be as well. While we hear almost weekly how many agents are fearful of prospecting, the truth is that it’s the heart of what keeps your business in business....

The Importance of Checking Your Emotions at the Door

April 12th, 2022
As real estate coaches to our clients, that often means leaving our emotions out of the situation, especially when sellers are making unreasonable demands regarding pricing or repairs (or both). This can leave an agent feeling emotionally drained and exhausted,...

Prospecting With an Abundance Mindset

June 7th, 2022
Prospecting. The very thought can create anxiety, especially when housing inventory is already low. Out of millions of agents across the country, why should they choose you? Abundance versus scarcity thinking The mind is a powerful thing; and whether you...

From Clueless to Confident: Building Your Real Estate Business One Skill at a Time

July 5th, 2022
Whether it’s social media marketing, technology or another aspect of your business that you’re struggling with, it’s important to remember that anyone can learn. Even if you’re 19 and just starting out in real estate, or 76 years young and...

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