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Local “Mega Mom” Realtor Shares Secrets to Her Success with Aspiring Agents in New Book
Rebecca Del Pozo publishes a how to guide for starting and sustaining a successful career in real estate.
Puyallup, WA: Rebecca Del Pozo & Company is pleased to announce the publication of Founder and CEO, Rebecca Del Pozo’s, first book.
Real Wisdom: How to Start and Sustain a Successful Career in Real Estate, is available in paperback or eBook formats through Amazon. In it, Del Pozo shares her best lessons, insights and tips for success as both an entrepreneur and a real estate agent. The book is a primer for aspiring agents who are curious about the possibilities a real estate career offers. It is also a great resource for new or experienced agents looking to add some new ideas into their business.
“I’ve always wanted to create the roadmap that I wish I had when I was considering real estate, trying to figure out who I was and how to build a career in business, “Del Pozo says. “One thing I hope every reader takes away from the book, whether they decide to pursue real estate or not, is that we are all capable of achieving great things. Our only limitation is often our willingness to dream big enough.”
When she started her career as a real estate agent, Del Pozo did not have a college degree, no business experience, and a very small network of contacts. She built a thriving business from the ground up, learning as she went. This book is the distillation of the wisdom Del Pozo shares with the agents she mentors and the result of her desire to make that information available to aspiring and licensed agents all over the world.
Real Wisdom is for anyone who:
· Dreams of waking up each morning excited about what they do.
· Wants to get from their career what they put into it.
· Wants control over their schedule, their financial future and their work day.
· Wants a career they can be proud of, where each day is different.
About Rebecca Del Pozo: Rebecca Del Pozo has been a real estate agent with Keller Williams since 2003. She has earned quadruple gold status with Keller Williams, meaning that of the company’s 150,000+ agents worldwide, she has ranked in the top 3% for overall production. In addition to leading her own successful team, Del Pozo serves in a leadership role within her brokerage, focusing on recruiting and training agents. She has helped grow the office from 140 agents to 320 agents in less than four years, making it the largest real estate company in Pierce County.
Rebecca runs a Mega Moms in Real Estate network group, is a Washington State Certified Clock Hour Instructor, and a Senior Real Estate Specialist. She is a member of the Tacoma Pierce County Association of Realtors and Women’s Council of Realtors. Del Pozo holds designations in Keller Williams Luxury International and Keller Williams Young Professionals.
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We had a blast on our Disney Cruise! It was a dream realized. Here are a few things I wish I would have known before we got on board!
-Towel clips for lounge chairs
-When you get a pic with Disney character, they upload to the digital board but the all ages are expansive. Bring your own good Camara with a good flash and they will take it for you or your phone but the lighting is hard so a good flash is important.
-We loved our go pro check it out the video! It was so much fun! You can get one here too!
-Lanyards for your room key is needed 24/7 so buy one at the dollar store
-Disney cruise app for texting .. no calls. Navigator and phones to make calls
-Magnet decorations for cabin door
-Theme of the boat tour art work and carpet design video and story of Stars/maps facing forward vrs aft
Hidden mickey in artwork
-No beach towels are needed for the trip - towels are provided at pools, ports and castaway
-Safety boats are yellow and we had a emergency medical evacuation so travel insurance is worth it
-There’s a Post office on Castaway Key -bring your mail
-Excursion story boat charter. Was by far the best experience EVER! Well worth every penny.
Tracey Hall is a Partner Agent at Rebecca Del Pozo & Co. She chose Keller Williams because a friend of hers recommended the company. She starts her day off with one cup of coffee and is a mom to three kids. If Tracey could open a KW office anywhere in the world, she would open one in Italy.
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Have you ever stopped to consider how much you are worth an hour? Let's go through the steps together and I trust you will come to the conclusion that you should work less! I mean it ;) Stay with me here.....
220 work days of 8 hours each day in 1 year. $100,000 a year would equal $56.81/hour however I don't know about you but it's not true. You don't work a total of 8 hours in one day. Let's just say that 3 hours a day are TRULY working hours of productivity.
220 work days of 3 hours each day. $100,000 a year would equal $151.51 an hour.
So knowing that you are earning $151.51 an hour, let's reconsider the tasks that you do throughout the day.
Does it change the way you look at the tasks you HAVE TO DO? It should.
I remember years ago, I sold Partylite candles as a candle consultant. I loved the work. I would have friends host a party and invite all their friends and co-workers and neighbors over for our candle party. I would come up with themed parties, call everyone to confirm the guest list, present the latest and greatest candles and scents then collect the orders. When it was all said and done, a "great sales night" could be anywhere from $2000-$3000 in sales which was great however when I stopped to think about the time, effort and energy I put into it, I wasn't making much an hour at all. I knew I had to find a way to work SMARTER not HARDER.
That's when I came across the book "Life Makeovers" by Cheryl Richardson. I loved this book because at the end of every chapter, there was a suggested reading list and take action type questions. I remember thinking I want to make an impact on peoples lives by being a real estate agent. But I was clueless. I had no degree, no formal education beyond some college... who would trust me? Where would I find training and mentoring that I desperately needed?
I researched online and studied to get my real estate exam and never looked back. I have shared my story about real estate numerous places but this quick video sums up how I found a way to create 4 incomes streams. Check it out and let me know if you are ready to learn how? I am looking for others to mentor and train. Message me for more info.