The Champion Real Estate Agent: Get to the Top of Your Game and Knock Sales Out of the Park

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 27, 2006 - Business & Economics - 338 pages
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A proven plan for peak sales performance-and a better life!

In The Champion Real Estate Agent, renowned sales trainer Dirk Zeller shows you how to dramatically boost sales and achieve all your professional goals. But there's much more to being a champion agent than just selling. Zeller's proven program not only turns you into a top sales performer, it gives you all the tools to build your real estate business and create a secure and prosperous future for yourself.

Full of inside tips, expert advice, and real-world examples from Zeller's many years as a champion agent and trainer, this comprehensive career guide presents a complete system for managing your business and time-so you can earn more money and enjoy more of life.

Don't just get into the real estate game; become an all-star when you learn how to:

  • Supercharge your sales and commissions
  • Use Zeller's unique referral strategy to turn effort into income
  • Develop trust and credibility with customers
  • Design a custom business plan that fits your life and goals
  • Generate multiple streams of income

    “This ultra-complete book shows realty agents what it takes to be successful, as measured by high earnings and business satisfaction. On my scale of one to 10, this excellent book rates a solid 10.”--Robert J. Bruss, nationally syndicated real estate columnist

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    The Champion Agents Business
    What Is a Champion Agent?
    Attitude and Commitment Come First

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    About the author (2006)

    Dirk Zeller is president and CEO of Real Estate Champions. Zeller and his coaching team work with more than 50,000 real estate agents every year. His clients include RE/MAX, Century 21, Coldwell Banker, Prudential, and ERA Realty.

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