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Foster Deeper Connections with a Reading Group

If you’ve ever participated in a book club, you know that a well-run, engaging club can broaden your perspective and deepen your connection with others. Much like traveling, book clubs offer a chance for people to bond through the exploration of new terrain, albeit terrain of the mind. If you’re not part of a book [...]

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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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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: Making Meetings Matter

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. Why Group Brainstorming Is a Waste of Time (7 minute read) Why it matters: ”Brainstorming sessions” have a bit [...]

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Do You Use a Pre-listing Kit?

One way to drive the efficiency and efficacy of your listing meetings is to be sure to send a pre-listing kit ahead of your scheduled meeting

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6 Responses to Differentiate Yourself

We all know that differentiating yourself from the competition isn’t a matter of answering a question. It’s something you hope to demonstrate to your client over time. That said, you’re likely to find yourself in a meeting with a prospective client in which they ask you this very question. Rather than sputter and answer with [...]

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The Art of Interviewing Clients

Determining seller motivation is a key factor in ensuring that how you serve them will meet their goals. If you can determine their hopes, fears, and what drives them to make decisions, you’ll be able to build a working relationship which will contribute to a smooth transaction and future referrals. Below are 10 great questions [...]

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Cluster Calls & Save Time

Batching similar tasks improves focus & personal efficiencies. The cat’s out of the bag when it comes to the myth of multitasking. While you may think you’re capable of juggling multiple tasks at once, recent studies show it’s simply not true. To be faster and better at what you do, you need to focus. In [...]

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Screen Sharing Fast with Join.me

Have you ever wished you could temporarily share what you’re seeing on your screen with someone when you’re on the phone? It used to be that screen sharing was a pain to setup, requiring special software for both the person sharing the screen and the person viewing the screen. Now it’s as easy as using [...]

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Scott’s Thoughts: Getting to the Glow

Does the data in your presentations illuminate with a glow or blind with a glare?

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