WHAT IS YOUR MOTIVATIONAL LANGUAGE?
All I know is how to put things into action.
It’s the basis of how I’ve lived my life. I got pregnant at a young age. I went to college. I opened and closed a few businesses. I kept getting over hurdles and making things happen because I had hope that my circumstances would not define me. I gravitate toward people who have the same beliefs. You can do anything you want to do if you have the right mindset.
With the right mindset of moving on I believe I can accomplish anything I put my mind to. You don’t want to look back on life and say, “Why didn’t I take action? Why did I let this beat me?” It’s okay to fail. First is mindset, next is action!
You need to build the right culture to successfully motivate your team.
Our culture is defined by a hunger to be more than what we are today. I’m all about finding the spark in someone and giving them a shot; learning their story, what makes them warm and fuzzy, what is their passion, who is important to them and why they want to succeed. I work with people from all walks of life and today we have a dynamic team full of diversity with one common goal...SUCCESS FOR ALL.
dream, motivate & inspire.
We are creating a magnetic field of energy around our motto of “Dream, Motivate & Inspire." This is on every written material in our office to keep the team motivated. It’s a movement of quality of life working around people who want to push each other, dream bigger and hold each other accountable.
Our agents know that their going to get pushed to think big, take action and be the best they can be. I feel I was meant to do something special every day for someone, even if it’s just encouragement or reminding them what they’re working toward.
My motivational language is hustle and mindset. I attract people who share that language, and I reinforce that throughout my life, including with my family, friends and co-workers.
Surround yourself with people who are motivated by the same things. Screen for that. Build a culture that has that common language. My office is motivated by being part of something bigger, by pushing each other to achieve more. We speak the same motivational language. We are no longer running a business. We’re about helping our agents experience true success defined by their goals and wishes. That’s our motivational language.