Looking out of the untrained eye

I want to share something with you.

Is it safe to say that you have been working in your business non-stop lately but you’re just not getting the results you are expecting?

Here’s the reason why.

You’re looking at your efforts and results through an untrained eye. Let me go back a little bit.

When I first got into real estate, I was trying just about everything to get me some business. You name it, I’ve tried it. I was putting mad hours in all over the place just hoping for some business.

I started to get frustrated and question if real estate was even for me. By this time, I was in full-on survival mode. I needed something. IHonestly, I needed hope.

As I kept doing things over and over with no result, finally something it.

It wasn’t just one thing that hit, it was several things that hit. One transaction, after another, just back to back. 

I said to myself “I’ve finally made it” I hadn’t but that’s what I said to myself. I even said to myself “See!! There was no reason for you to be depressed about this”.

That’s something I was truly right about.

There was no reason for me to be near giving up. I finally realized what I was doing wrong.

I was looking at things through an untrained eye.

I was seeing the end of the road when I should have been seeing the beginning.
I was looking at what I had did vs what I was about to do.
I was looking at the actions and not the reactions.

In order to see things differently and create a long lasting business, you must retain your eyes. you have to see things different before they will be different.

Stop looking at your limitations and start looking at your opportunity.

You have the opportunity to do this, you’ve come this far.

Train your eye so that you see what you are destined to see and stop looking through the untrained eye.

About the Author Chastin Miles

Chastin J. Miles is a full-service real estate agent specializing in Dallas real estate, brand management, and client representation in a comprehensive spectrum of classes including single-family residential, condos and developments, commercial real estate, and luxury leases.

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