Are you struggling to stay disciplined as a real estate agent? I won’t lie to you friend, remaining disciplined is NOT easy. The majority of our struggle is wrapped up in the lie we’ve told ourselves that discipline is a bad word. It’s not! Actually, the more I think about it the more I have come to realize that self-discipline and self-love are the same things. Today I want to tackle the negative vibe around the word discipline and show you how vital it is in loving yourself and growing your real estate business.

It’s time to eliminate the stigma around staying disciplined

Parents who love their kids will discipline their kids. It’s a fact we can’t avoid because we know without our direction they will not reach their full potential. Even if that means making them do things that they don’t want to do in the moment. I hate to break it to you realtors, but we are no different. If you want to achieve your desired level of growth you are going to have to stay disciplined. This isn’t some crazy perfectionist manifesto. It’s a call to love yourself by doing the things necessary to reach your full potential as a real estate agent. Let me help you break of your limiting beliefs around discipline so you can begin to love yourself consistently.

Figure out the barriers that are holding you back

Self-awareness is the key to success. I didn’t come up with that, but I’ll preach it all day long. Allowing something to hold you back simply because you are not aware of it is a poor excuse for falling short of your goals. It is vital that you identify the barriers that are holding you back and stay disciplined in doing the things necessary to break through them. This is why I always pair clarity with consistency. Knowing really is half the battle. You can’t love yourself properly if you are not willing to discover the things that are hurting you and your real estate business.

Consistently making the right choices is the key to growth

“What in the world does salad dressing have to do with growing my real estate business?” Everything, my friend. Everything. My personal weight loss journey has taught me that even the smallest compromise can stall success. Like putting too much salad dressing on a salad, a lack of consistency in your decision making can derail your progress and prevent you from reaching your goals. Learning how to make the right choices on a day to day, hour to hour, and minute by minute basis is the key to understanding why staying disciplined is loving yourself. This episode is designed to show you how even the smallest of decisions can have the greatest impact on your real estate business.

Stop indulging in bad decisions

Some of you might believe there is no harm in letting off the gas every now and then. You may even believe compromise is a healthy reward for consistency. Well, it’s not. It’s a recipe for mediocrity. Think about it this way: If self-love is consistently making the right choices in order to achieve your goals then why would occasionally making bad decisions be good for you? Loving yourself is being willing to do what is necessary in order to grow your business. It’s making the phone calls you need to make. It’s putting in the work even when it’s inconvenient. I understand that you may not even know where to start. Let me give you the resources to stay consistent and do even the difficult things well.

Outline of this great episode

  • [0:42] How can real estate agents love themselves?
  • [2:25] Destroying the self-discipline stigma
  • [6:35] What my weight-loss journey has in common with your real estate business
  • [10:58] The resources you need to stop indulging in bad decisions

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