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The Art of PechaKucha Presentations

The presentation is a hard form to master. In the PowerPoint age, we seem to have accepted that slides will be jammed with information and read aloud. In a way, the technology has lead us astray. Given we can cram an infinite number of slides with bullet points and pictures, there is hardly ever a [...]

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20 Questions for Real Estate Prospects

Do you work an “open-ended question” strategy with your real estate prospects?

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Screenr.com: Web-based Screen Casting Made Easy

If you’ve ever wanted a down-and-dirty way to quickly show someone a screencast, try Screenr.com, a free screen capture video service that works right in your browser.

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How to Let Your Numbers Talk

Do you know to let your numbers do the talking?

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10 Great Client Interview Questions

Ask a lot, listen even more. 10 questions you should be using in your client meetings.

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Tips to Help Clients Through Offers & Counteroffers

Here’s some advice for helping your clients with the negotiation process.

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Scott’s Thoughts: Good Design

Sometimes it’s not what we need to add, it’s what we can take away.

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Are You Persuading Clients with Questions?

Are you using questions to persuade clients and prospects? There’s a strong case for using questions instead of statements when you want to convince someone of your point of view, or provoke new thinking.

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Language for a Collaborative Sale

The language you use when working with clients can have a big impact on the sense that they were included in the process.

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Are You a Public Speaker?

Here are four tips about public speaking that might help you become better in meetings with clients and colleagues.

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