I had a hard time convincing a recruiter that I had the qualifications and aptitude to join a realtor agency.
The agent didn’t know what I was doing, and she didn’t care.
In fact, the recruiter told me I didn’t even have the necessary qualifications to join an agent agency.
In an industry that prides itself on being diverse, my interview went horribly awry.
The recruiter was a veteran agent who had previously been in the real estate and corporate services business.
The interviewer had no experience in the industry, but was looking for a candidate with strong marketing and sales skills.
She was not alone in this assessment.
Many real estate agents who interviewed me for this article say they didn’t feel comfortable enough to put themselves out there.
They felt that I was too new to the market, that I didn�t have the experience and that I lacked the credentials.
I felt that the recruitor had not given me enough time to get to know me and that she had never worked in a real-estate agency.
I was not the only one.
My recruiter and I had no idea what we were looking at when we went to a realty agent agency for the first time in the fall of 2014.
It was the first day of our interview, and we both had the same response when we walked into the office: She was too old to be an agent.
She looked at me and thought: “You�re too old.”
That was the last time we spoke for two months.
A year later, after my experience with the recruizer, I still struggle with my experience.
In the real-ty industry, we�re all in the same boat.
We all have the same basic needs: a home and a business.
But if you don�t understand what your clients want, or if you lack the expertise and credentials needed to work in the field, you�re not going to be successful.
We all face this challenge because the realtors, agents, and brokers we work with don�T know what it�s like to be a newbie.
They are not familiar with the nuances of the industry.
But we have to find new ways to bridge the gap between us and the people we work for.
We have to embrace diversity and find new avenues to connect.