Yes, I’ll admit that I’m emotionally invested in her career.
- When she initially came up with the idea of getting her real estate license, I enthusiastically supported her.
- Also, I eagerly put forth marketing advice.
However, she was named one of the top 30 real estate agents under the age of 30 in the ENTIRE USA on her own merit…and then some.
- In 2010, she sold $18 million dollars worth of real estate.
- She is ranked in the top 5% nationally among ALL agents in her firm (Long and Foster).
What’s even more impressive is if you look at the other “30 under 30” winners, both in terms of sales (lower) and the fact that many of them were part of teams, not solo practitioners like Kira.
So, for THOSE reasons; for her results and her approach, she gets this month’s NSM award.
“It’s All Time Management”
If you ask Kira what has made her successful, she’ll talk about her work ethic, her commitment to the “Never Stop Marketing” mantra, and her savvy use of all types of technology, but when all is said and done, she says it comes down to: Time Management.
First of all, she decides what is most important.
Then, she is relentless in her focus on doing activities which are related to those key goals.
I couldn’t agree with her more.
Along with attention, time is our most valuable commodity and asking yourself “what is the BEST use of my time AT THIS VERY MOMENT to drive my goals?” is something we should all practice.
Kira does and you’ve seen the results.
Congratulations to Kira.
She joins this all-star group of previous award winners.
- Dave Sobel
- Microsoft LET team
- Global 360
- Jay McBain and the SMB Lenovo Team
- Tim Wood of OBA Bank
- Matthew Lesko
- Derek Coburn
- Jeremy Lustman
- Chad MacDonald
- Jeff Wasserstein and Kurt Karst