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Lead A Day Club 03.25.2021

lad lead a day Mar 25, 2021

Success is the sum of small efforts repeated daily!

Top earning Agents tend to do the Same Actions day in and day out. What routine do you have?
If you don't have one, start with just 45 minutes a day planned.
 Perhaps you'll include the 28-minute daily LAD club idea each day. Do it for a month.

No excuses. Only then add 15-45 minute increments. Don't move on until you master 1 section at a time.

If you have one that's not working for you, what should you change about it?

LAD 28 Minute ACTION

Getting involved in your community is a great way to establish yourself as a local presence, get into relationships with other local movers and shakers... and also, of course, to give back!

Today's idea is to spend 28 minutes deciding how you will get involved in your local community for the next 30 days. If you focus for 28 minutes you'll find something. Promise.

Here are some ideas:

  • Be a guest speaker at a local community college to discuss the process of buying a home or the finances behind a real estate purchase or sale. Teaching people how to buy & what it takes is a great way to give of your time and talents. A zoom presentation works great for this!!
  • If your schools are offering in-person activities for children, sponsor an event at a local elementary, middle, or high school... or a spring kids sports team. (Note: This can cost $$. Don't overdo it)
  • Volunteer at charity events or start a “Pay It Forward” campaign in which you have a little card printed that says “Enjoy and have a great day! I took care of your tab.”
    Have a link on the card to your contact info! Just imagine the results you’ll get if you did this just once a week at your local Starbucks.
  • Sponsor a local socially distanced pet adoption event - again perhaps a FB Live or Zoom event in coordination with your local shelter. Help our feline and canine pals find furever homes by sponsoring a local pet adoption. Contact shelters in your market to see what’s coming up on their calendars. Even if they don’t have any adoptions coming up, propose a place, date, and time to host one.
    • Or had a pet supply drive to gather blankets, towels, dog food/cat food, and toys. Animals shelters are always in need of these things - but you may want to check with your local shelter first.
  • Take part in a wildlife conservation event. Ensuring dogs and cats in your community are taken care of is important, but so too is helping your area’s wildlife. Back an awareness event for wildlife conservation and inform area residents about their natural surroundings. As a bonus, this provides great fodder for blog posts that inform those relocating about the natural features of your area - and a great way to enjoy the outdoors and still be socially distanced.
  • If your area is opening up for on-site farmers' markets, offer courtesy coffee at a farmers' market. Everyone appreciates a cup of joe, and providing one for free is a great way to make a friend (or secure a lead). Ask your local farmers' market if you can set up a table and provide complimentary cups of coffee. Cups and a few carafes won’t set you back much, and you’re sure to be the most popular table.