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Social Selling Made Simple with Marki is the place for Real Estate Professionals to learn how to leverage AI to increase their productivity, leads, and income. AI will empower you to sell more homes and help more people.

You'll hear candid conversations with industry leaders, successful agents, coaches, and productivity experts who use artificial intelligence to generate more leads in less time.

Dec 3, 2019

With the new year upon us, it’s time for us to start our business planning for the next 12 months, and a huge part of business planning is constantly refining our sales skills and processes. How do we switch from a prospecting-heavy model, to maintaining relationships with repeat and referral based clients? What are the key points a new licensee should be focusing on to start getting traction early? On this episode, sales expert, author and trainer, David Hill discusses how to improve our sales technique and the correct mindset to propel our businesses into profitability. 


3 Takeaways

If we want to be successful in this business, we need to think about being fair, and doing what’s fair to everyone in the transaction process. 


The mindset in the real estate industry seems to generally be antiquated because of the inability of the majority of agents to adapt to more effective, modern techniques. 


If you’re able to close a lot of deals, but don’t get any repeat business, it’s a sign that you’re a good prospector but not proficient at servicing clients. We can start off prospect heavy, but after 3-4 years, we should have a big enough database to transition into repeat and referral business.


Guest Bio- 

David is a real estate team leader, KW instructor, Author of The Sales Playbook and host of The Path to Mastery podcast. David started the Hill Team in 2006, which averages 90 closings a year since 2008. For more information, visit

To listen to the podcast, find Path to Mastery on your favorite podcasting platform. Buy David’s book, The Sales Playbook here