Tag Archives: education

Celebrate the DIY Life with Instructables

Are you a hands-on kind of person? Does the term “Do It Yourself” send a shiver of pleasure up your spine? Does it make your day to save money and time hacking the little things in your life? You might love Instructables. Originally started as a documentation system for creative folks at the MIT Media Lab, [...]

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Realtor Safety Applies Online, Too

Be a safe agent! Tips to remember for protecting yourself online and off.

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You Are Not So Smart: The Podcast

There’s a great deal of conversation these days about fake news, alternative facts, and filter bias. While the internet may give us unprecedented access to information, it also connects us to disinformation just as quickly. So what do we do? If you’re looking to strengthen your mind and eliminate your own delusions (however sweet they [...]

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Great Read Roundup: Stories We Tell Ourselves

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. Six Advisor Mindsets that Change Everything (8 minute read) Why it matters: The story you tell yourself about yourself [...]

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Scott’s Thoughts: Solace on the Page

If the internet’s distractions and the torrent of world events leave you feeling unsteady, anxious, or filled with rage, now might be the perfect time to find solace on the pages of a book. A dive into the pages of a book is precisely the type of mental and emotional nourishment we’re hungry for when [...]

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Play Your Way to a New Language with Duolingo

Learning a second language isn’t only about expanding your knowledge, experiencing other cultures, and connecting with others… it’s also a powerful competitive advantage over those in your market who only speak one language. As census data shows, the percentage of those who speak a non-English language at home has grown considerably over the past thirty years. [...]

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Educate Sellers on Pricing Factors

Never assume your sellers know what goes into pricing. When it comes to pricing their home, sellers have three things in mind: What they paid for it. What they owe on it. What they think they should get for it. As you know, winning a listing and successfully selling a home depends heavily on pricing. [...]

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Boost Your Brain in Spare Minutes with Blinkist

There are literally thousands of nonfiction books published each year, and even if you wanted to read them all you simply do not have the time to digest the information. What’s more, the marketing for many nonfiction books published today makes them come across as powerfully enlightening if not essential, and choosing which deserve your [...]

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Scott’s Thoughts: The Young Mind

“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 2 or 8. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.” -Moshe Arens (born 1925); Israeli aeronautical engineer, researcher and former diplomat   One of the great perils of complacency during aging can be an increased resistance to learning. [...]

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Coaching Tip: How to Cultivate “Techno Life” Skills

Real insight on the future of technology and how we have to learn with expert technologist, Kevin Kelly.

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