It was time to marry the game and I said, “Yeah I do” 🖤 ...
I started in Real Estate 10 years ago 😱 as a secretary and realized somewhere along the way that real estate was my passion! 🙌 I love people, I love so many things about Medicine Hat and ..... who doesn’t love looking at houses?! 🏡 I’ve been licensed as an agent for almost 4 years now and have met so many amazing new people, and connected with some old friends through the years. I look forward to working with new and past clients in the years to come. If you’re looking to buy or sell, give me a call ☎️ or send me a message 📱 I look forward to hearing from you!! Thanks @chasingautumnphotography for my new business photos. I have so many great ones to share, but just the one for now 😉
Also shout out to @kaitiejalbert for my make up and @_kshair for making my hair look so good. You ladies rock 🥰
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Here's my formula for how I have success in every single client meeting:
1 - Come off friendly and confident. This alone shows the client that you are in charge, you know what you’re doing.
2 - Getting straight to business gives off the impression that you’re nervous and in a rush. Be calm, make small talk, laugh about things. For example, when first meeting a very large client of mine, I asked him how he was doing and told him it was very nice to meet him, then proceeded to ask if he watched the UFC last night. We had a long conversation about UFC and built extremely good rapport. The project has now been running for nearly 7 months.
3 - You run the meeting, not the client. When you want to show your portfolio work, that’s when you show it. Don’t leave anything for the client do themselves, you must always be in control of the meeting.
4 - Showing off impressive portfolio work is also one of the most important parts of the meeting. This is also why I tell people how important it is to do free work at the start so that you can get a portfolio up and running.
5 - Ask the client about their project or what problems they are facing. Getting the client to speak about these things gives you information that you can use to come up with good solutions.
6 - Based off what they said, it’s extremely important to show them how you can help. Listen to their problems and give them solutions ON THE SPOT. Don’t waste time going home and finding solutions.
7 - Talk as if you are already a part of the project. Don’t say things like “IF we start, I’m going to do X”. Say things like “WHEN we start, I’m going to do X”.
8 - When talking about their project, don’t say things like “you need a better landing page design”. Instead, say things like “WE need a better landing page design”.