What You'll Learn
We all have the same 24 hours in a day. So why do some people seem to accomplish so much more with their time?
It all comes down to priorities and boundaries. Without them, you waste your working hours on low-value activities, guided by other people’s demands and your own fear. You chase dead-end leads, respond to client “emergencies,” and fix mistakes you never should have made in the first place.
So, you get to the end of the day, and the important stuff didn’t get done. That’s why you’re forever working early mornings, late nights, and weekends.
Time is your most precious asset. To take control of it, you need time blocking.
Time blocking means what gets scheduled gets done. It creates dedicated space in your week for all the activities that are most important to you, work and personal. By prioritizing what matters most, it forces you to focus on the activities that will reliably build and grow your business.
This way, rather than pinballing around constantly, reacting to everything and everyone else, you stick to your schedule and do what is most important. Then, there’s no need to work seven days a week—you can get everything done in five.
What You Get
The 4-part video series includes:
- Part 1: Time Blocking - what it is, why it’s so important, and why you’re not doing it
- Part 2: The Mechanics - how you actually time block
- Part 3: Creating your personal calendar
- Part 4: How to make time blocking into a habit that sticks
Meet Your Instructor
Steve Shull is a former linebacker for the Miami Dolphins, where he played under legendary coach Don Shula and was one of the tri-captains in the 1982 Super Bowl. When an injury forced him to change his game—literally—he pivoted into finance, then real estate, and found his calling when he started coaching other agents. After three decades and over 60,000 hours of one-on-one coaching, he knows more about real estate agents than anybody in the world. That insight has led to a unique approach that takes the fear and the fight out of real estate, allowing agents to build stronger businesses while actually enjoying their lives.
Steve grew up outside of Philadelphia and earned his bachelor’s degree from The College of William and Mary and his MBA from The University of Miami. In 2007, he was one of the founding partners of Teles Properties, where he helped the company open four offices in Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Newport Beach, and Pasadena before leaving in 2012. He has two daughters with his wife, Katerina, and they live in Brentwood, CA.