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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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Great Read Roundup: Selling Smarter

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. Ten Techniques for Building Quick Rapport With Anyone (10 minute read) Why it matters:¬†Building rapport is the foundation [...]

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Handling Sensitive Conversations with Clients

A lot of real estate advice centers on recruiting new clients, seeking referrals, promoting your image, and managing your personal brand. But the best booster for your business is building a reputation as someone who can not only serve your clients’ needs, but provide them the empathetic, helpful honesty which encourages them to share your [...]

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Great Read Roundup: Social Trends, Team Culture

Facebook’s changes, virtual teams, and social media trends for 2014. It’s all covered in this week’s great read roundup.

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Find Your Next Venue Space with EventUp

Are you looking for that perfect event space? Have you tried EventUp yet?

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Easy Appointment Scheduling with TimeTrade

Doesn’t it seem silly we spend our time scheduling meetings? Isn’t there a better way?

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How to Let Your Numbers Talk

Do you know to let your numbers do the talking?

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Get a Smarter Calendar: Tempo.ai

Could Tempo.ai be the smart calendar of the future?

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Explain Pricing Factors to Sellers

Never assume your sellers know what goes into pricing.

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