The main problem that sellers experiencing marketing myopia face is that they do not have a single objective in mind, which means, that they can’t really think about the process of selling their house. What results is that many sellers are in a sort of endless cycle of never having a definitive end goal.
Of course, many sellers also have no idea that they are in this loop. Many times they have one objective, that is to buy a house, and another that is to sell this house. Then they have a third to sell their house. And then still another objective that is to buy another house, and still another that is to sell that house.
It is not as bad as it sounds. In fact, as long as you keep your head above water, you should be fine. But what is the exact problem? The problem is that selling your house is one of those things that can be a very long journey. You will have to get through the process of making a decision on whether you will sell your house or not. And you will have to wait until you have a house in place first.
A few months ago we posted a video on our blog about a few home sellers whose house was too big or too small. I think that video has been viewed over 9 million times. This is the second video in two days. Today, we are posting a new video about the same subject, and we have seen over 4 million views.
While the video is about the same type of situation, it is a bit different in that the video is about a different type of property. In the first video we discussed a home that was too big (the problem with too big homes is they take up too much of the interior space, so the buyer has to make sure they give themselves as much interior space as possible).
In the new video we are discussing a different type of home, one that is too small the problem with too small homes is that buyers have to sacrifice the interior space or they don’t have a lot of space to work with, so they have to buy something in order to make that space work for them.
There are other problems, too, but these are the two that are the most famous. Some buyers just can’t handle being cramped. Others think that a home that is too small is bad because it takes away from the “home experience”. And some buyers just don’t see the value in a home that is too small, and they don’t see that value in a home that is too big.
This is the problem I have, which is so obvious I can’t believe it’s true. My husband is one of those sellers, and I’m pretty sure his reasons for buying a home are really, really similar to mine. He owns a home and wants it to be comfortable for him, and he thinks the idea of buying a home is pretty pointless. He’s right, and selling a home is really, really hard.
There is nothing wrong with being comfortable for yourself, but there is something wrong with being complacent. The problem is that we spend so much time focusing on other people and the lives they live, and not looking at ourselves and what we want. We should be focusing on ourselves, on how to improve our lives, and not on what we think others want. I know this sounds cliche, or maybe even obvious, but it is the reality for most of us.
The biggest problem is that we don’t see ourselves as a product that we can sell. We think of ourselves as people, and we see ourselves as a product to be bought and sold. We live a life in which we are always buying and selling, and we spend a lot of time thinking about what we want to sell and how we want to sell it. This leads us to believe that we have to buy and sell ourselves every time we step outside the house.