After a very successful start to his career in the year 2008, at a time when property prices were on a downward spiral, Jamie bucked the trend, selling over forty homes in his first twelve months, while others were still contemplating how to react to the market.
“I finished my first year and thought, wow that was a good start, but there was something missing. I didn’t feel as great as I thought I would”
And so started a journey for Jamie to understand what success really looked like for him.
“Ten years on and I look back and can see where my why has come from.”
Jamie soon worked out that just selling a lot of houses wasn’t a measure for success. A close mentor advised Jamie. “It doesn’t matter how many properties you sell or what awards you win, you still need to be able to put your head on the pillow at night and sleep well.”
Jamie is now embarking on the next stage of his career with a clear focus on growth and mentorship for others.
“I found that there are so many factors when meeting your clients needs and expectations and have not been happy until a deep understanding of what’s important to them is met. If you make the relationship the centre of your why, then everything else just falls into place”
There is no doubt that Jamie could sell snow to Eskimo’s, but it’s relationship that drives Jamie’s energy and passion for real estate.
Take the time to talk to Jamie about your next move. It will most likely be a conversation worth having.