SHIFT from being an anybody to a Superbody

SHIFT from being an anybody to a Superbody

How do you do it: go from an anybody to a Superbody when you are providing services in a competitive market?

A real estate colleague of mine gave an example of this the other day. She missed out on a listing because the other agent added more perceived value. She matched everything the competing agent offered but in the end, the agent who got the listing did so because they offered to put a sum of money into clearing out the section, saving the vendor time and hassle. They got the listing.

The chosen agent got clear on the profile of the client and offered value – small in momentary outcome but massive in terms of time for the vendor.

But that is opportunistic. It’s a one-off strategy. They got this one but will they get the next one? What if the next three sections have larger land to clear and is three times the cost?

Superbody chartIf you have a profile where you are known to get top dollar for the vendor and you save them time, the question becomes: Why would a vendor not go with you?

The agent who came up with the clever idea of clearing the section is just an anybody, they are not a Superbody.

They haven’t yet achieved a Superbody profile because they had to tip in money to get the listing. It was a smart way of discounting, but they were not adding actual value.

In this example, the agent who only matched the listing falls into the wannabody category. They had enough profile to get approached but didn’t do much more to get the listing.

So what’s a Superbody?

I know other colleagues who are definitely ‘Superbodies’. We have an example of this. We recently sold a high end property in Auckland and our agent was a true Superbody.


She has significant profile of selling these types of properties consistently in that area for good money. She was the most expensive but she saved us time, our motivator and went well beyond her brief. For example, she went back to our property many times to retrieve our cat who was a dear family pet. She looked after it over night and took it to the airport the next day to ensure she was safely home to her distressed 6 year old owner.

This was after settlement and the transaction was already complete. We recommend her to everyone. You can’t buy that sort of advertising.

So if you are providing services in a competitive market and you are up against discounting and you are tired of being a Wannabody or Anybody then find out more about how we can make you a SUPERBODY.

AND if you are already a Superbody we can show you how to have a Sustainable Superbody and not a one time wonder body.

Until next week,


Rebecca Morris - Paradigm Shift NZ
As one of New Zealand’s leading experts on shifting performance in business through sustainable change Rebecca believes mindset, conviction and personal accountability are critical to business success regardless of size or industry.

Rebecca’s journey as a business leader while still maintaining personal family balance is key to her success. Over her extensive 25 years in business mainly in IT – where the only thing that remains the same is change, there is little she has not seen or experienced personally.

Rebecca knows just what it takes to be the best and is passionate about enabling other people with the right tools to master their own success.

As an accomplished trusted advisor, coach, speaker, mentor and author she partners with individuals and organisations to create the powerful shifts required in business.

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