Ali Robinson Of Robinson Team Receives Prestigious Award From Keller Williams Downtown

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Ali Robinson of Robinson Team received the prestigious “WI4C2TS” Award at this year’s Keller Williams Greater Downtown Realty Awards Breakfast. The award honors the agent who best exhibits the values of the Keller Williams mission.

“WI4C2TS,” is a term that may not roll off the tongue, but it is the foundation of KW’s mission and helps to create thousands of successful real estate careers. The winner of this award exhibits the principles of WI4C2TS, which are:

Win-Win: Engaging in real estate, not for the benefit of only one person, but for everyone involved in the transaction.

Win-win or no deal.
Integrity: Does business the right way, each time, every time.
Commitment: Stresses the importance of follow through. Keller Williams agents are interested in building lifelong relationships.
Communication: Understanding other people’s points of view, leading to success in all areas of life, including real estate.
Creativity: Always searching for new, innovative and proven ways to improve.
Customers: Puts the needs of a client over everything.
Trust: Values honesty and truthfulness
Teamwork: Works together with a team to achieve goals. 
Success:  To be great, surround yourself with greatness.

Jay Robinson said, “We have long prided ourselves on being firm believers in the Keller Williams mission. Keller Williams’s mission reminds us that customers always come first, trust begins with honesty, and people drive success. Ali so strongly exemplifies what it means to be a Keller Williams agent, and she reminds us that everyone achieves more through teamwork. We are lucky to work with her and learn from her every day.”


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