Updated: Mar 21
Learn how the Founder of Beyond the Sale created the company.
Beyond the Sale highlights ways to renew, rebuild, and restore your work/life balance so that you can live a less stressful life, and in turn, continue building a business and career that keeps you fulfilled.
As real estate agents, the seminars, courses, and networking events we go to all consist of the same message regarding suggestions on how we should spend our time in order to become top producers in the industry. This message is meant to be empowering, motivating, and to fuel the fire that ignites our career in the wonderful world of real estate. It certainly does help to hear other top producers’ stories and experiences, but what happens when you find yourself in the daily grind and all of sudden you feel like you’re stuck in a hamster wheel? Engaging, planning, scheduling, interacting, and trying to figure out how to do MORE - how to get more time, how to get more clients, how to make more money, how to reach more people, how to have more fun, so on and so forth. This is the world we are living in. You either find a way to balance the chaos - or you find that living in a stressed state is your new normal. It seems that most of us are functioning under the latter. Real Estate is widely known to be one of the higher stress occupations, yet we don’t talk about how to manage that stress during the process of building and maintaining a career as a real estate agent. I’m not an expert in the wellness industry, however, I am determined to bring awareness to the importance of physical, emotional, and mental well-being while building a real estate business. I have spent the past seven years in this industry and have watched newbie agents struggle to find work/life balance only to either give up entirely or work 24/7 - headed straight for a burn out. Either way, they are dubbed as not fit to be a real estate agent. I have seen top producers almost leave the industry after working night and day to build the thriving business all the newbie agents want. And I, myself, hit a burn out phase that made me question what it is about the industry that I truly love. Upon this burn out, an epiphany arose. I realized that aside from loving architecture, being involved in my community, and being an entrepreneur, I really love helping people reach their goals and build their best lives. Whether that has been by way of helping a young couple find a home to start their family in or consult with a new agent about how to build and manage their new career as a real estate agent. The essence of what I love in this industry is making a difference in people's lives.