Rookie Spotlight What to do when your career clock starts ticking
While Tracy Reynolds considers herself a rookie, she actually got her real estate license in 1993 in order to become office manager at a RE/MAX agency. Her realization in 2004 – after years of many jobs outside real estate – was: "Hello, you have a realty license," and she moved into sales mode. Her first year came in around $40,000. Her second year: $7 million.
How did she do it?