Friday, February 25, 2011

My Go90x Experience

empty wallet

Ok, so this is a picture of my wallet before starting Go90x.  As you'll notice, other than my driver's license, it's bare ass empty.

That was 25 days ago.  Since being on Go90x for almost a month, however, my wallet...well, unfortunately it still looks the same.  But, I do see a light at the end of this tunnel.  Hopefully it's not a train.

Go90x has, in short, transformed my career.  And it has done so in a very short period of time.

My career in real estate isn't as long and illustrious as most everyone in the office.  I've only been in it about a year and a half.  And, in that period of time, I've never really been taught properly how to do the things necessary to be a successful agent.  Don't get me wrong - I'm not a total loser.  I've lucked out with buyers from phone duty, some referrals, and maybe one or two clients from open houses.  But other than that, my career has been just a big waste of time with little to no direction.  I've just been kind of thrown out there and left unsupervised...and knowing myself the way I do, that was a recipe for disaster.

Enter Jim and Kevin with their crazy ideas, unconventional tactics and, of course, a wacky little program called Go90x.

And all I've been able to accomplish in two weeks of Go90x is acquired 4 buyers and scheduled 3 listing appointments.  All of these, a direct result of Go90x communications, whether by phone, email, facebook, twitter, smoke signals, telepathy...the medium makes no difference.  I am getting the word out there in a way I never have previously.  All thanks to Jim, Kevin and that crazy Go90x program.

So, to the creators of this program, I send a heartfelt 'Thank you' from the bottom of my heart.  This is the first time in my career anyone has ever cared enough to follow my progress and actually provide me with some tools and guidance.  I finally feel prepared.  Now it's up to me to continue this momentum.

And to the rest of my teammates, I also send out a big thanks to you as well.  The real magic in the program is the fact that we're all in this together and 'suffering' through it together.  And, let's be honest - doesn't it feel good that you're not the only one with a home life that's suffered too?  :-)

Oh, yeah, and something about an iPad.  That'll be cool too.

Joaquin Aguayo '11