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Training Tracking: How Ownership and Commitment Changed the Game for Kevin Du Toit

Featuring

Kevin Du Toit

CEO & Team Leader, Newport Beach, CA
4 Years in Business and Making XXX

April 12, 2018

About The Episode

A lot of agents struggle with a lack of direction that comes from not having a proper plan. How does this hold you back and create business-ending challenges? Why is tracking your numbers such an important facet of success? How do you go about implementing a business model and a strategy that will bring the best out of you? On this episode, Kevin du Toit talks about how training tracking took him from struggling agent to elevated business owner and educator.

I’m more purposeful than ever before, and instead of being a selfish individual, I come from contribution now.
– Kevin Du Toit

Three Things We Learned from this Episode

  1. Take extreme ownership
    It’s easy to take ownership of your actions and business when everything is going well, but what about when it isn’t? Remember: for there to be any growth, accountability and owning the good and bad are a necessity.
  2. An automated system is key to success
    People are prone to resistance when it comes to the tasks they must do repeatedly to succeed. Why not take the thought out of it and automate processes so that you never get in your own way again?
  3. Adopt a total commitment to training
    Attending trainings and webinars not only helps to clear the garbage in your mind, but it also provides useful information that can help you get to the next level.

Implementing tools like training tracking and the growth initiative calculator will result in a real transformation that becomes evident very quickly. It’s about crafting stories to implement your desire for the success of your market center, and taking strategic and purposeful action toward your goals.

Guest Bio

Kevin Du Toit is a CEO and a team leader at Keller Williams Realty in Orange County, California. Kevin initially worked in Hollywood, but soon realized he was not building a legacy for himself. He saw an opportunity in real estate and took it. Three years ago he joined Keller Williams Realty, and today he is the CEO and team leader of Keller Williams Newport Beach.