EP 87 – Brindley Tucker | How to Grow Your Business By Doing Less!
What a blast I had chatting with CEO of Your Realty Leverage, Brindley Tucker! She is such a kick! Her passion for life along with training, coaching, and hiring the right people to help you increase your productivity as you grow your business in real estate, mirrored everything I believe to be important when shooting for that next level.
Brindley hears one of two things when realtors discuss hiring an admin – I don’t have time to find help or I can’t afford to find help. You have to MAKE the time or your business will never grow. It is impossible to do everything yourself, you’re not a machine. Believe it or not, there are people in the world, unlike most of us real estate agents, that LOVE paperwork and entering listings. They love tasks, details, and all the day-to-day nuances that we don’t have the patience for, that drive us crazy! Hire those people! Find the person that compliments you, not the one that’s exactly like you. Your business only needs one you!
We all need someone that will fill in where we fall behind, but it won’t happen overnight. If you want someone to invest in your business, you need to invest in them first. TRAIN them! Help them grow so that they can help your business grow allowing you to do what you do best – sell homes!
I could go on and on about how amazing and valuable the tips Brindley shared with us today are, but I think it’d be much more beneficial if you took a listen for yourself. I cannot explain what a game changer having someone there to pick up the slack and keep your business running makes. Take the advice, use it, and watch what a difference a little leverage can make in your business.
Here are some of the key takeaways you get from this episode.
- Two Key Motivators in Business
- The Value of Hiring Help
- When to Hire Leverage
- How to Recruit the Right Talent For Your Business
Items Mentioned in this Episode
- Brindley’s Company Website – Your Realty Leverage
- Brindley’s FREE ebook – “5 Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring and Retaining Talent”
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