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Saturday - for many of us working folk, it’s the day when we might be able to set the alarm a little later, have that extra coffee, start a little slower.

But we know if you’re in real estate - particularly on the East Coast of Australia - that is usually not the case as Saturday is ‘game day’ - auctions, opens, buyer appointments and more.

So I decided to call on super coach Tony Robbins - aka - ChatGPT for some Saturday morning advice for realtors.

Today’s Prompt of the Day

I have to work on saturdays as a real estate agent. What's a world class morning routine that I should follow to get myself ready to meet potential customers. Can you please advise me like Tony Robbins might?

And here’s the answer:

Absolutely! As Tony Robbins would say, a successful morning routine is key to setting yourself up for success and achieving your goals. Here is a world-class morning routine that you can follow as a real estate agent to get yourself ready to meet potential customers:

  1. Wake up early: Start your day early, preferably before the sun rises, to give yourself ample time to prepare for the day ahead.

  2. Drink water: After waking up, drink a large glass of water to hydrate your body and kick-start your metabolism.

  3. Exercise: Engage in some form of physical activity to get your blood pumping and increase your energy levels. You could go for a run, do some yoga, or hit the gym.

  4. Practice gratitude: Spend a few minutes reflecting on the things you are grateful for in your life. This will help you cultivate a positive mindset and set the tone for your day.

  5. Review your goals: Take some time to review your short-term and long-term goals. This will help you stay focused and motivated throughout the day.

  6. Visualise success: Visualise yourself successfully closing deals and meeting the needs of your potential customers. This will help you build confidence and reduce anxiety.

  7. Plan your day: Make a to-do list and prioritise your tasks for the day. This will help you stay organised and productive.

Remember, consistency is key! Stick to this morning routine every day, and you'll be on your way to becoming a top-performing real estate agent. Good luck!

There’s only one teeny-tiny problem with this I know from my extensive interviews on The Elevate Podcast that not everyone is, can, or wants to be a 5 am clubber.

So again, another question is required:

What if I’m not a morning person?

And thankfully ChatGPT is progressive enough to understand the classic real estate regime just doesn’t work for everyone. Here is the amended response:

If you're not a morning person, it can be challenging to stick to a morning routine that requires waking up early. However, you can still create a routine that works for you and sets you up for a successful day.

Here are a few tips to help you create a morning routine that works for you, even if you're not a morning person:

  1. Wake up at a consistent time: Even if you don't wake up super early, try to wake up at the same time every day to help regulate your body's natural sleep cycle.

  2. Give yourself time to wake up: Instead of jumping out of bed and immediately starting your routine, give yourself some time to wake up slowly. Stretch, take a few deep breaths, and ease into your day.

  3. Focus on tasks that energize you: Incorporate tasks into your routine that you enjoy and that give you energy. For example, if you love to read, spend some time reading a book or article that inspires you.

  4. Make it manageable: Don't overload your morning routine with too many tasks. Focus on a few key habits that you can realistically stick to every day.

  5. Adjust as needed: Don't be afraid to adjust your routine if something isn't working for you. Experiment with different habits and find what works best for you.

Remember, the key to a successful morning routine is consistency. Stick to your routine as much as possible, and you'll start to see the benefits in your productivity and overall well-being.

Happy hunting tomorrow everyone!