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Thinking About Real Estate as a Career?

by | Dec 4, 2020 | Your Real Estate Career | 0 comments

Take on a New Challenge in a Career You Love

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Why is Finding a Job You Love So Hard?

Some people just love their jobs. They gain traction quickly, naturally connect with their work, and quickly become the best performers in an organization. Sadly, this typically is only 15% of all of us. Are you among the 15% who are happy, or are you one of the 85% who just can’t find a job you love? If you’re in the second group, maybe you need to try something completely different and new.

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What Are the Chances of Finding a Job You Love?

Unfortunately, the odds are not very good if leave this to chance alone. Even if you’re competent and can find high-quality jobs, you might change jobs seven to ten times and still not find one where you flourish. Most people give up after three or four job changes and just resign themselves to a state of languishing in their work life. It doesn’t have to be this way, especially if you’re willing to consider new opportunities.

You May Be Ignoring What’s Right in Front of You

As a smart, diligent, well-trained person, you may look around and see others flourishing while you’re languishing, If so, you’re not only in the wrong job, but you may be in the wrong industry. Why does this happen? Because from an employment perspective, most people define themselves by their education (they’ve received training in a certain area) and experience (they’ve always worked in a certain field or industry). Therefore, it is easy to get stuck doing work that you’ll never find engaging. When you’re stuck, your mind naturally becomes resistant to new ideas.

Are You Willing to Consider Something New and Completely Different?

What if you could “dip your toe” into a new career field and find out if you’d flourish in this new environment before actually making a change? By taking ten minutes to learn about your core capacities, you will gain insight into your own core strengths. This knowledge is useful when marketing yourself in an interview as someone who is the right fit for a given position.

Here’s how it works. Core capacities are a person’s organic talent or natural “wiring.” Each person has a unique “recipe” of core capacities that predicts his or her propensity to perform certain tasks with success and vital engagement. A person’s recipe of core capacities is stable, and does not change much over time.

If you happen to be in a job where the tasks you perform on a day-to-day basis align naturally with your unique recipe of core capacities, you’ll experience engagement in that job. If your day-to-day tasks do not align with your unique recipe of capacities, you’ll most likely languish in that job.

Discover Your Unique “Recipe” of Core Capacities Now

We’ve spent a large amount of our own time and resources studying the real estate agent position and our own employees for the purpose of quantifying the unique recipe of core capacities a person needs in order to find engagement in our organization. From this study, we’ve developed an understanding of what core capacities tend to make people successful as real estate agents in our company. We would like to give you an opportunity to complete a ten minute evaluation to learn this information as well.

The Core Capacities Index™ (CCI) is quick, easy, and confidential. You’ll get to review your results immediately following completion of the assessment. Taking the CCI is one of the quickest things you can do to become more aware of your strengths and values, learn how you perform best, and become more purposeful in your day-to-day tasks. In addition, we’ll be able to tell you if your unique recipe of core capacities is closely aligned with the people in our organization who succeed in real estate sales.

No Real Estate Experience? You May Have a Better Chance of Being Successful Than You Think

People often wonder if having real estate experience is necessary to be successful in our company. The quick answer is no. Unlike most real estate companies, we’ve spent years developing a business process and system that is guaranteed to produce results.

Our challenge is to find individuals who have the strengths and capacities that naturally fit with this business process. We’d much rather train to this process than solely depend upon hiring people with real estate experience.

The first and most important question we ask: Does an individual have the natural strengths to thrive inside our business process? Take ten minutes to find out if real estate would be a match for you by taking the CCI assessment.