Featured Articles From the Newsletter This Week

How to Run A Successful Open House Every Time

The run-up to an open house is as important as the event ...

Scott’s Thoughts: Wanting to See

“A stretch of sky, a garden wall overhung by green branches, a ...

Track Your Mileage with MileIQ

If you’ve been collecting records for the upcoming tax season, you may ...

Other Recent Articles from Previous Issues

Great Read Roundup: Bitcoin’s Blockchain, Boosting Meetings, & Gutting Homes

An ongoing feature in Tuesday Tactics is our “Great Read Roundup” in which we highlight some of the best pieces we’ve read recently and why they might expand your mind or help with your real estate career. Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble (30 minute read) Why it matters: We don’t usually put articles this long in the [...]

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Engage in Lifelong Learning with Skillshare

Ah, the Internet. A magical place where you can spend ten hours a week looking at cat videos on YouTube while arguing politics with nearly forgotten high school friends on Facebook. Or… you can learn a new skill through a seamlessly delivered online course. The quality of our life depends largely on how we choose [...]

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The Closing Word: Bilious

This week we continue our vocabulary-building series, “The Closing Word.” Each week we provide a new word to help build your vocabulary and show you an example of how to use it. This week’s closing word: bilious Pronounced: (BILL-yus) Adjective: 1. irritable as if suffering from indigestion 2. suffering from or suggesting a liver disorder or [...]

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Scott’s Thoughts: Reduce to the Realistic

“Simplicity is a great virtue but it requires hard work to achieve it and education to appreciate it. And to make matters worse: complexity sells better.” -Edsger Wybe Dijkstra, Dutch systems scientist, programmer, software engineer, science essayist, and early pioneer in computing science In Tuesday Tactics we often feature a wide range of apps and [...]

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Book Meetings Easily with Assistant.to

If you schedule meetings via email, you know the back-and-forth can be a real hassle. Even picking up the phone these days to iron out a good meeting time can be a process of voicemail phone tag. Fortunately, there are some handy automated tools out there to iron out the wrinkles in scheduling meetings. One [...]

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Great Read Roundup: Winter Buying, Phone Scripts, & List on Letgo

An ongoing feature in Tuesday Tactics is our “Great Read Roundup” in which we highlight some of the best pieces we’ve read recently and why they might expand your mind or help with your real estate career. Home Shopping During Winter: What You Need to Know (5 minute read) Why it matters: Winter is a fine [...]

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Wealthfront’s Home Planning Guide

Here’s a superb resource you can share with a range of prospective home buyers. Whether they’re five years out or ready to go right now, Wealthfront’s “Home Planning Guide”contains vital information, questions, calculators, and advice for investing in a home. Wealthfront is an “automated financial planning and investing service” and much of its housing data is [...]

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The Closing Word: Plebeian

This week we continue our vocabulary-building series, “The Closing Word.” Each week we provide a new word to help build your vocabulary and show you an example of how to use it. This week’s closing word: plebeian Pronounced: (pluh-BEE-an) Adjective: of or associated with the great masses of people Noun: one of the common people From Vocabulary.com: [...]

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Scott’s Thoughts: On Naikan

“The inertia of the mind urges it to slide down the easy slope of the imagination, rather than to climb the steep slope of introspection.” Marcel Proust Clarity about our nature and our relationship to our community is not always easy to attain. So much can fog the glass we use to see who supports [...]

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Listen to Long-form Journalism with Audm

In a world where we so often skip from headline to headline, it can be refreshing and engaging to explore long-form journalism. These longer pieces (typically over 3,000 words) can give us deeper insight and a richer picture of a complex issue or public figure. Unfortunately, they take much longer to read. This is definitely [...]

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