Lessons from Wimbledon: #5 Trust your coach

Continuing our Lessons from Wimbledon lessons – today, our final lesson number 5.

However on top of their game tennis players are, they will always defer to their coach for advice and, well, coaching!  They put their trust and faith in the coach and believe whole-heartedly that they have the player’s best interests at heart, wanting the win as much as the player themselves do.  It must sometimes take a lot of courage and ability to overcome their own misgivings in following advice that might seem counter-intuitive, but they know that without this faith, they are on their own and success will almost certainly evade them.

If you’re trying to sell your home and it’s just not going very well – perhaps you’re suffering from a lack of viewings, and maybe you’re trying your best to resist pressure from your agent to reduce your asking price – you may be wondering what on earth you can do. That’s where HomeTruths comes in.  think of us as your personal property coach.  We ask you to put your trust and faith in us, and in return we will advise and coach you through what can be a very difficult and emotionally-trying time.  We’ll be there for the inevitable ups and downs, to tell you what to do when the feedback is less than flattering, or when you get a very low offer.  We will do everything we can to get you a sale at the price you want.  Sometimes, as with a tennis coach and his player, you might think we are wrong, that our advice is counter-intuitive, but stick with us, and keep the faith, and together, we’ll get you moving.

 

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