Monday, November 5, 2012

Agent Services Training

Hello all,

"Agent Services Training"

As our little Brokerage was going through some growing pains we realized that our biggest weakness was getting new agents acclimated to RE/MAX and our systems in a timely manner. We decided we needed to have one person dedicated to helping the agents learn these systems and all of the wonderful things that they can do. We were very fortunate to bring Ella Ladas in as our "Agent Services Coordinator" about three months ago. Since then Ella has been working very hard to come up to speed on the systems and we are ready to let her loose on you all! The ultimate goal is that Ella will be helping the new agents as they come in but she needs to spend some time with the current agents in bulk trainings to catch you up. The first 2 trainings will be on Leadstreet (New version coming out 12/1) and Wolfconnect which is our backend operating system. Attached is a flyer for the trainings, we will add more trainings as needed and as we roll additional items out. I strongly encourage everyone to participate and you can attend no matter which office they are in. Ella will be our go to resource for our systems moving forward so please utilize her knowledge.

Enjoy the coffee,

Monday Morning Coffee
"You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late." 
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson 
Remember when, as a kid, you took the wishbone from the Thanksgiving turkey, set it aside, and let it dry for several days? You probably argued with brothers or sisters about who would get to make the wish. Then, finally, you took one end, made your wish, got the bigger piece and . . . nothing happened.

On a recent news interview, someone made the statement that "Hope is not a method." Neither is wishing. On a cold autumn day, you can hope or wish you were warm all day long, but until you turn up the thermostat or build a fire, nothing will change. Action always produces results.

So we just “gave thanks” last week for all our blessings. Chances are good that what you call "blessings" did not occur as a result of wishes and hopes. You probably reached out and worked hard - you took action - to allow them to come into your life. If you did - good for you.

Not everyone can do that. Unfortunately, a great percentage of the population lives only on hope and wishes. They just do not have the ability to comprehend the concept of cause and effect. Nor do they possess the motivation or skills to act on their circumstances. The result? Their blessings are fewer than most.

Since you are blessed with the ability to make things happen, why not reach out this holiday season to those who aren't. Don't expect anything in return, and whatever you do - do it anonymously. You'll be twice blessed!

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