Coaching is a big business these days. There are generic business coaches, leadership coaches, relationship coaches, birthing coaches, financial coaches, etc., and, of course, there are real estate coaches.
Committing to real estate coaching is committing to your success as a real estate professional. But what actually goes into making that commitment to real estate coaching? Your uncensored motivation and desire to become the most skilled, effective and productive real estate professional you can possibly be.
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Use your enthusiasm and excitement about becoming the most skilled, effective and professional real estate professional you can possible be to find out as much as you can about your prospective coach. After all, if you are ready to commit to real estate coaching and your personal and business success, know that the real estate coach you choose is worthy of your choice. This is your success we’re talking about here, not just a casual exercise.
Tim and Julie Harris have developed 20 Questions to ask your prospective coach BEFORE you sign a coaching contract and BEFORE you commit to any particular coach. By soliciting specific answers with these questions, you will have the tools to compare and contrast any prospective real estate coach’s expertise, qualifications and capability to help you become the very best real estate professional you can be.
Here are just some of the questions Tim and Julie have developed for you to ask any prospective real estate coach:
- Have you ever sold real estate?
- Have you any provable experience in market specialties such as new construction, investment properties, FSBO, etc.?
- What is your coaching: client ratio…in other words, will you have time for me when I need your time?
- Who controls my coaching call schedule…you or me?
- In addition to direct, regular coaching, do you have comprehensive training materials?
- How long will it take before I see positive results (money in the bank) from your coaching?
Go to this link in order to find all of the questions Tim and Julie have developed for you to ask any prospective real estate coach.
At this link, you’ll also find examples of real coaching calls so you can hear for yourself what a real coaching call ought to be.