What is the limiting idea that you’ve been entertaining that’s inhibiting your personal performance?

For May 1st “This Week in Housing” I was joined by the team of Keeping Current Matters, the CEO and Chief Content Creator, Steve Harney and David Childers, Vice President of Content Marketing.

We talk about how in this current environment it’s not acceptable to allow your limiting beliefs to stop you from delivering the best to your clients. Being data-driven and going the extra mile is the way for you to become the agent of today. 

Steve and David share the latest U.S. homeownership data rates and the type of recovery that most major financial institutions are seeing. 

I also share the marketing action that you need to start doing NOW and I give you a couple of challenges that will help you start shedding those limiting beliefs that have been weighing you down. 

Listen to the webinar and take the time to write down what limiting idea you’ve been entertaining. 


In this episode we talk about…

1:30 – It’s all about being data driven so you can be the educator and help your clients make the best decisions

2:42 – What happens when an attractive listing pops up in the market?

4:40 – Do you remember the last three weeks in March and the first week of April?

11:00 – “We’ve seen this surge of transactions among our clients”

12:11 – Find out the latest U.S. Homeownership % Rates             

17:50 – This is the single most important marketing initiative that you NEED to do RIGHT NOW

22:00 – According to major financial institutions, they’re calling for a “V” shaped recovery

33:30 – Steve Harney talks about how every industry will provide innovation

39:40 – Did you take an unpaid vacation? Tom challenges you with an assignment! 

44:29 – What are the 5, 7 or 10 things that you’re doing right now with safety top of mind to sell a house today?

46:27 – David Childers shares current data on housing inventory 

50:37 – “May is the new March”

53:51 – Tom challenges you to overcome a LIE (Limited Idea Entertained)