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Is your Real Estate Agent Domesticated or a circus animal

Is your Real Estate agent a domesticated breed or circus animal?

 

I have asked potential clients this question in the past to get a reaction and to make a point.

 

Point #1 : Not all licensed real estate agents are “Realtor’s” and even then not all Realtors are domesticated.

 

Point #2 : Not all Real Estate people are cut out for this career.

                

                 AND HERE IS WHY>>>>

 

A domesticate creature: is happiest to be home with his or her family, they are protective, loyal, faithful, and often work for their families with no immediate promise of reward or even praise for their efforts.

 Domesticated agent

A circus Animal can be trained to do tricks only when given rewards and praise. They are not here by choice, are forced into servitude and dream of being loose in the wild again.

 lion to clients

 

                 LET ME ASK YOU THIS>>>>?

 

Were you bred for this service, or were you captured by “A JOB” and thrown into this carnival?

 

Do you seek the loyalty of a needy family, or do you pray the lock on your cage will spring open…when you are being poked through the bars of your prison?

 

 If you love your clients...you are in the right business.

If you are "Lion" to your clients...escape back to the wild.

 

 

BestAgentToday.com Certified Top Producer Emblem... Certified Best Agent.    steve loynd NH Realtor 
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