Real Estate Lifestyle

Is Cash Flow An Issue? Solution: Build Your Business Credit
By Paul Oster, - Posted on
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Answer this question: “What would you do if you had a blank check to write for business expenses?”  Buy a new car?  Buy new office furniture and equipment?  We’ve all been there.  You want to spend money on a new marketing and advertising campaign.  You want to spend some money to attend a conference or convention.  You want to spend some money to hire a …
Own A Niche and You Become The Go-To Expert
By Michael Krisa, Executive Editor - Posted on
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One of the challenges in real estate is that all too many REALTORS® believe they have to be all things to all people.  In fact though, the opposite is true and the market rewards specialists.We see this in sports, medicine, law, and frankly in any field where people are prepared to pay top fees for the services they need.  Especially when people expect a certain …
Stop Breaking This Fundamental Law That Is Costing You The Trust and Respect of Your Clients!
By Michael Krisa, Executive Editor - Posted on
Realtors, Stop Breaking This Universal Law that Loses You Trust in Your Professional Skills
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There are two things that buyers and sellers must experience with their agent. These 2 elements form the DNA of every successful relationship …. TRUST and CONFIDENCE.Without a doubt, all of the training in real estate focuses quality time on teaching us agents how to build our personal confidence, and indeed, how to effectively expose it to our clients.Watch my video below for more about …
How to Avoid the Ravaging Effects of BURNOUT!
By Craig Forte, Founder - Posted on
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I always knew that practicing real estate was stressful. But what I didn’t realize was that the real estate profession is ranked in the top 15 “burnout” professions in America. Right up there with air traffic controllers, SWAT police officers and NCAA coaches, real estate agents not only feel the pressure to perform, but frequently sacrifice their personal and family lives for their jobs. Yet …
Peak Performance: That Handshake May be a “Germ Shake”
By Craig Forte, Founder - Posted on
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How many hands do you touch in a day? If you are doing your job, your hands come in contact with a lot of people: clients, associates, vendors, prospects, attorneys, bankers. And those hands carry germs. Keeping your hands clean is one of the most important steps you can take to avoid getting sick or spreading germs to others, according to the Centers for Disease …
Peak Performance: Boost Productivity with your Home Office…
By Craig Forte, Founder - Posted on
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We all have a work space at our office, and most of us have that special place at home where we pay bills, surf the Internet and organize our personal business. But when set up properly, that home office can be a workspace that leverages your professional productivity. First, make sure you select a quiet place, free of distractions. Pick a place that is far …