Keller Williams: Coaching Program vs. Joining a Team

I’m a brand new agent who just joined KW about a week ago. I’ve never made a single cold call, door knock, gone to an open house. I just took the test on the first try and passed (with a ton of studying). I paid all my on boarding fees and now have to make a decision if I want to join a team or do the Productivity coaching program. I *almost* joined a team but the team leader pissed me off today and I’m so glad I didn’t sign his agreement just yet and told him I’d like a few days to think about it.

I don’t know if I should join a team- I would most likely be looking for a new person. OR if I should do the PC. I’m straight out the gates brand new however I have a super high drive and motivation and hustle aspect of me. I prefer working independently and I’m a quick learner (I was that kid that always hated in person classes and took as many online classes as I could and pretty much taught myself because it was easier for me). The thing is I just don’t know how exactly to get started in real estate and thats a ginormous problem that even if you got a 100 on the exam, you’re not prepared for. Example, if someone came to me tomorrow and said I want to sell my house can you be my agent, I’d have no fricking idea how to do it!

So my question is, will the coaching program really guide me and train me and tell me what to do and how to do it? How to fill out paperwork and all that? I really don’t want to join a team and would rather go solo if I can and thinking about one day creating my own team (in a few years). Also, I’m financially stable enough to even pay for my own leads however that’s not something I’m going to do until I know exactly how to utilize those services. I just want to know if anyone who has gone through both can recommend one over the other.

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I’m a brand new agent who just joined KW about a week ago. I’ve never made a single cold call, door knock, gone to an open house. I just took the test on the first try and passed (with a ton of studying). I paid all my on boarding fees and now have to make a decision if I want to join a team or do the Productivity coaching program. I *almost* joined a team but the team leader pissed me off today and I’m so glad I didn’t sign his agreement just yet and told him I’d like a few days to think about it. I don’t know if I should join a team- I would most likely be looking for a new person. OR if I should do the PC. I’m straight out the gates brand new however I have a super high drive and motivation and hustle aspect of me. I prefer working independently and I’m a quick learner (I was that kid that always hated in person classes and took as many online classes as I could and pretty much taught myself because it was easier for me). The thing is I just don’t know how exactly to get started in real estate and thats a ginormous problem that even if you got a 100 on the exam, you’re not prepared for. Example, if someone came to me tomorrow and said I want to sell my house can you be my agent, I’d have no fricking idea how to do it! So my question is, will the coaching program really guide me and train me and tell me what to do and how to do it? How to fill out paperwork and all that? I really don’t want to join a team and would rather go solo if I can and thinking about one day creating my own team (in a few years). Also, I’m financially stable enough to even pay for my own leads however that’s not something I’m going to do until I know exactly how to utilize those services. I just want to know if anyone who has gone through both can recommend one over the other. submitted by /u/United_Succotash_485 [link] [comments]

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