Don’t be a stranger

There’s no denying there are many components to creating successful relationships. At the top of the list lies your ability to communicate well but also important is to communicate regularly. Successful relationships, those that are meaningful and sustainable, are built on quality, frequency and consistency. Without these you may be forgotten. Don’t be a stranger!

Relationships take work. Many start well and build to a point where they flourish = success! Or fold with the parties becoming strangers. I know that my teams’ success in real estate was because of our frequent and consistent quality touch points with clients. Every seller received several touch points every week. How often we communicated with our clients was in direct proportion to our results when it came to listing, selling, referrals and repeat business.

Have genuine care, don’t just show it once in a while, and be frequent and consistent. Add value to others and see the abundance that will surround you – in all areas of life!

I can hear you thinking, “If only I had time to put into my relationships”. Well that’s an easy fix. It’s not about having huge numbers of relationships, on the contrary it’s about the quality hours you put in to the relationships that matter. Time can never be an excuse when you live life according to your values. Who do you value?

When it comes to relationships – don’t be a stranger – be there and show you care.

Every Minute Counts and You Can Have It All!™

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Christina Joy


  1. Oscar Trimboli on June 17, 2014 at 10:06 pm

    A great LinkedIn tip I received was "Think about your InMap – be deliberate in connecting face to face with your top 10 hyper-connected people."

    Great advice I said, but how do I understand who are my top 10 hyper-connected people.

    "Use your LinkedIn InMap – it highlights your hyper-connected people, it's the most time effective way to network, Oscar. Ensure you network with people who understand what you stand for and are influential hyper-connected people"

    The most powerful LinkedIn tip I have ever received