If you’re worth $90 a hour, why are you doing tasks that could be done for less than $10 an hour?
Few would argue that time is our most precious resource. In fact I believe the only thing separating real estate’s top agents and the rest is how they leverage their time and the actions they complete.
If you consider that the 5 essential dollar productive actions are negotiating a sale, delivering a listing presentation, getting a price reduced, prospecting and doing an open, everything else (in a perfect world) is something someone else should be doing.
So why are you worth $90 an hour?
When calculating their hourly value I think most agents approach this incorrectly.
Instead of working out what you’re earning now, I believe you need to do your calculation on your target income like this:
If you work 6 days a week and have 6 weeks of a year, you’re working 276 days a year or 75% of the year.
So let’s say you work a 10 hour day which means you’re working 2760 hours a year.
Let’s say you want to earn $250,000 in GCI a year. So divide that by 2760 hours and you get an income (value) per hour of $90.57
And here’s the thing;
Why would you be doing tasks and completing actions at $90 an hour when you could hire someone to do them for under $10 a hour?
If you understand this point, you’ll understand how real estate top agents are way better at leveraging their time to do more of the things that make them money.
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