In Episode 2, I discuss one of my core principles: technology doesn’t make you better — it only makes you more efficient.

Your thoughts/comments are always welcome.

-rsh

7 Responses

  1. Thank you Rob. Once again you see through the bull…..
    And thanks for the visual/audio presentation. Being audio tuned, I learn easily from what I hear.

  2. Nice job Rob. As always. I really like the shirt too. I think wearing that shirt you should be paired with Tiger Woods on a final round tournament somewhere cool. Nike meets UnderArmour.

  3. Appreciate your perspective!
    I wonder if the new technology of drones offering a birds eye view of a home/ property when it is in a subdivision seems ridiculous to you?
    A 25 acre parcel perhaps but does having a drone fly over a house roof make the agent a better agent? I think is smoke & mirrors so the agent can afford to pay for the drone.
    Your thoughts?

    1. Thanks Jenn!

      As for your question, well… if you’re a listing agent who has ALWAYS done amazing photos for your clients, using top-notch photographers and such, then adding a drone to the portfolio is a more efficient way of doing aerial photography. But if you’ve normally done “let me take the pics with my iPhone” and then get into drone photography, that strikes me as a case of playing around with toys.

  4. Hi Rob, you struck a nerve with this one. I started my real estate career in the mid 90’s as technology was in it’s early stages. I spent quite a bit of good money on gadgets and programs that promised to make me a more productive agent. And then, I threw more good money after the bad before I realized I did not relate to people in the way it would take to see positive results. I operated differently.

    I am now a Principal Broker with a few agents under me. I can see that sometimes all technology can do is help you make more mistakes per hour if you are not already doing things right. Great webcast!!

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