In an industry where originality and differentiation do not come easy, standing out amongst the rest of your peers can be an ongoing battle.
Being remarkable as defined by Webster is the ability to “Attract notice by being unusual, striking or extraordinary.”
Being remarkable means going above the norm by doing, saying, offering or being that individual who puts more heart, soul and thought into your actions.
Being remarkable takes a common occurrence and turns it into an exceptional moment of opportunity.
Being remarkable also requires offering remarkable customer service. After all, remarkable service translates into remarkable results. So how do you define remarkable? Is it answering your phone before 8am and after 5pm, offering a sympathetic ear or giving a few extra minutes of advice to a potential client?
Being remarkable happens in both the seemingly inconsequential moments as well as the monumental ones. No matter how you define it, finding your remark-ability is simply determining what being remarkable looks like in your business.
How to Be Remarkable in Your Business
Stepping outside the common everyday strategies within your business can be inspiring. It is inspiring not only to you, but to those around you as well. Consumers are hungry for ground breaking; inventive ideas that tell them you offer more than the average salesperson. Maybe it’s a new system to track and capture buyer leads that gives your seller hope that even in our current market, their home will sell. It could be a marketing plan that adds the WOW one-two punch to your listing presentation. Whatever the case, innovation is a welcome change in a world of imitation.
Do the Unexpected
Mediocrity can be summed up in two words: Average and Ordinary. Doing the unexpected can be the difference between mediocre results and spectacular, life altering accomplishments.
Have your efforts become stale and is your energy waning? Re-energize by doing something unpredictable, spontaneous and fun within your business.
Break out of the mold and the tried and true of the past. Break into the new and spectacular YOU!
Cause a Stir
Nothing creates a stir more than controversy. If you feel stuck in the muck within your business, being a little divisive might be your answer. Not divisive for the sake of it, but because you are ready to take a stand for what you believe in. What are you passionate about in your business? What makes the hair on your neck stand up and take notice? Being true to who you really are and how you actually feel about your business connects you to the right people. Read that again. Be true to YOU and find the right people that will make the right changes within your business.
Do it today.