Time Management Guide

Time Management

Time Management Guide for Realtors

You may be thinking that traditional time management is difficult for those in the real estate business. How can you possibly manage your time when your day is so reactionary? Is it possible to use time management techniques when your day is spent putting out client fires? This guide will teach you how you can make your 480 minutes more productive. You might be thinking…

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Some of what you will learn

Creating Goals

The reason goals should be a focus in terms of time management is that the goals we set affect our time and what we accomplish. If you don’t have goals, you are just going to spin your wheels, doing tasks, but having no focus.

Making Priorities

In order to get a handle on our to-do list, we have to figure out what is urgent and what is not. This has to do with time. Things that need to be handled in a timely manner should come before those that do not.

Know When and How to Delegate

Many of us do not delegate. In fact, we feel that we can do it better and don’t trust others to get it done right. We think it is easier to carry the whole load. However, if you learn to delegate correctly, you will find that you have more time to do the things you need to be doing.

Stress Management

Time management is also about looking out for yourself. You have to be happy and healthy to be the best person to help your clients. Here are some tips to help limit your stress.

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Make Your 480 Minutes Count

You may be thinking that traditional time management is difficult for those in the real estate business. How can you possibly manage your time when your day is so reactionary? Is is possible to use time management techniques when your day is spent putting out client fires?
Today, you’ll learn how you can make your 480 minutes more productive. You might be thinking, “I work far more than eight hours a day. In fact, an 8-hour day would be a dream day.” This is true. However, wouldn’t it be great if you could get your day closer to the ideal of eight hours and make the hours you work more productive.