How to Create a Team that Lasts, Without Sacrificing Your Life w/Marguerite Crespillo
How can you build a business around your life, rather than the other way around? What are the things you should be doing to ensure your business has longevity?
On this episode, I talk with real estate speaker and trainer, Marguerite Crespillo, who shares on how we can build a business that serves our lives and doesn’t hold us back.
It’s so important that you build a business around your life, rather than your life around your business. -Marguerite Crespillo
Three Things We Learned From This Episode
Track your numbers
You can’t make smart decisions for your business if you don’t have records of all your transactions. Record where you’ve done business and the profits you’ve made. To move forward and make plans for your business in the future, you have to know what has worked- and what hasn’t- in the past.
Keep your team small
If you’re a team leader, you need to be in a position where you can actually lead a team. The easiest way to do this is by keeping the group small. This way, you’ll be able to encourage them and focus your attention on holding everyone accountable.
Find a coach or mentor
Look for someone who will be able to coach and mentor you, and teach you the basics. More importantly, don’t look for this person expecting to learn for free. Great mentors have great experience- so don’t try find the cheapest option. You get what you pay for.
Having been a top producing Real Estate Agent since 1996, Marguerite Crespillo has survived just about every challenge and curveball the market has thrown; consistently selling 100+ homes a year for 25 years as well as running a brokerage with 80+ agents. I’ve been able to do it while staying married to my amazing husband for 28+ years and raising our three children and three bonus kids Joe brought to our marriage. I’m incredibly blessed and grateful every day for the incredible opportunities I’ve been given and the ability to give back by helping others achieve their own version of SUCCESS!
To find out more about Marguerite, head to: http://margueritecrespillo.com