The typical "wanted ad" is boring and vague. This will be the opposite of that. I'm looking for someone who wants something more out of life. To make impact. To be part of something much bigger. I am someone who loves to learn and read, and to inspire. Someone who isn't always a student in some capacity would most likely find my ambition annoying and probably offensive.
As the saying goes, "Hire slow, fire fast." Truth be told, I don't want to fire at all, ever. I'm looking for someone who will become an integral part of my organization as we continue to expand. So, I want to get it right the first time. I'm writing to the ambitious 1% who believe that hustle and "beast mode" are more than just Instagram memes. These are the people who will thrive in this position. If you're still with me, and I haven't lost you, let's move to the job description.
The Job Description
You have a real estate license. Congratulations. What they didn't teach you in real estate school is that you're also expected to be a marketing and advertising expert.
That's where we come in. We have the small business and advertising budget that you don't have to worry about operating. We have hundreds of buyers raising their hand every month. We need you. We need your skills, your drive, your dedication, and your hard work. If you are driven, and want to make over $100,000+ a year, this is the team for you.
I trained a brand new agent in 2015. In 2016, he led our team with 39 sales, and made over $140,000. Our agents should easily close two deals per month. Easily.
What To Do Next
If what I have written has resonated with you in a meaningful way, and you think you would enjoy working with me, then send me a 1 page resume. Just let me know what your work experience is. In your cover letter, make sure it captures the essence of who you are. I'm not just investing in a position, I'm investing in a person and putting my trust in you. So please be open and honest and share "who you are." What is your story? What drives you? How do you see the world? Have you experienced adversity? Have you bounced back?
Please don't just shoot from the hip here. Give it some thought. I hire A-players. A-players never quit, and they never make excuses. Further, to the A-player, nothing is ever too hard or too challenging. Somehow, these people always rise to the occasion and find a way.
If this is you, then I can't wait to hear from you.