Have You Visualized Your "Perfect Week"?
Updated: Jul 17
One major issue that real estate agents face is trying to control their schedules in an industry that invites interruptions, change, and other obstacles. As an agent, your time management, scheduling, multitasking and organizational skills are stretched to
the limit each and every day. It’s enough to drive anyone crazy!
So you might ask, “Is it possible to have a perfect day or a perfect week?” Without knowing what a perfect day or week looks like, probably not. If we don’t know what it would look like to us, we have no way of knowing how close we’ve come or how to
get closer to achieving one.
If we make a conscious effort to begin each day and week with a positive mindset and the intention of making it “perfect”, it just might happen. However, it all starts with first knowing exactly what is involved in creating one. What would your “perfect” day be like? What activities would you do? Who would you spend your time with? Where would you
spend your time?
First, take the time to visualize and jot down different aspects that would make up your perfect day. Start by doing so on a personal level and then on a business level. Then, expand the business aspect to visualize from a weekly perspective.
So, why should spend the time visualizing a perfect week when chances are things will come up and change it completely? Because a plan that needs to be changed is better than no plan at all. Without a plan, we’ll never be able to improve on where
we are currently.
Making every day “perfect”, is a lengthy process and requires planning, but it’s worthwhile. Each step will move you closer to achieving your “perfect” week and thus towards a happier and more enjoyable life overall. Increasing overall happiness comes from taking a series of small steps that bring you joy today. This can be done through
small actions like treating yourself to your favourite cup of tea every morning before work. By doing this, you will be inspired to focus more attention on the actions you need to take in order to live your perfect day, every day!
“I should not be more excited about your business than you are.” - Dan Plowman