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Great Read Roundup: Essential Focus

An ongoing feature in Tuesday Tactics is our “Great Read Roundup” in ...

The Closing Word: Hermitage

This week we continue our vocabulary-building series, “The Closing Word.” Each week ...

Scott’s Thoughts: Discovering Motivation

“Truth is rarely writ in ink; it lives in nature.” - Martin H. ...

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Scott’s Thoughts: Doing Simple Things Well

“Common sense is instinct. Enough of it is genius.” -George Bernard Shaw (26 July 1856 — 2 November 1950), Irish playwright and a co-founder of the London School of Economics What makes a garden grow? Daily attention. Observation. Watering and weeding and minding the weather. Slow and steady, with an eye on the pests, you bring [...]

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Great Read Roundup: Our Crazy Future

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 matter to your real estate career. How Instagram Replaced the Contacts List (3 minute read) Why it matters: What really are the benefits of using [...]

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The Closing Word: Parlay

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: Parlay Pronounced: (par-LAY) Verb: You might parlay your early investment in your brother’s company into a high-paying leadership role. Parlay: [...]

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Scott’s Thoughts: Being Neighborly

“While the spirit of neighborliness was important on the frontier because neighbors were so few, it is even more important now because our neighbors are so many.” - Lady Bird Johnson, (December 22, 1912 – July 11, 2007) was First Lady of the US as the wife of President Lyndon B. Johnson Our world isn’t likely [...]

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Great Read Roundup: The Art of Building Communities

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 Walkable Cities are Good for the Economy, According to a City Planner (13 minute read) Why it [...]

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The Closing Word: Expatiate

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: expatiate Pronounced: (ex-PAY-she-ate) Verb: add details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned [...]

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Scott’s Thoughts: Summer Holidays

“Summer afternoon–summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language. ” - Henry James, (April 15, 1843 – February 28, 1916), American writer Unlike many of the winter holidays, which tend to fold us into our most intimate groups of friends and family, summer holidays have a broader, [...]

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Chilling & Thrilling

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. 15 Tips for Successful Fireworks Photography  (10 minute read) Why it matters: It’s getting close to fireworks time of [...]

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The Closing Word: Oppugn

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: oppugn Pronounced: (uh-PYOON) Verb: To call in question; to contradict; to dispute. Synonyms: contradict, question From Vocabulary.com: ”From Latin oppugnare (to [...]

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The Closing Word: Mealymouthed

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: mealymouthed Pronounced: (MEE-LEE-mowtht) Adjective: hesitant to state facts or opinions simply and directly as from e.g. timidity or hypocrisy Synonyms: [...]

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The Closing Word: Mealymouthed

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: mealymouthed Pronounced: (MEE-LEE-mowtht) Adjective: hesitant to state facts or opinions simply and directly as from e.g. timidity or hypocrisy Synonyms: [...]

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Great Read Roundup: Not Quite Obsolete

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. The Best Note-Taking Methods  (6 minute read) Why it matters: Note-taking is a crucial part of everyone’s life and [...]

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Scott’s Thoughts: Embracing Change

“When you are through changing, you are through.” - Bruce F. Barton, (August 5, 1886 — July 5, 1967) American author, advertising executive, and politician There are those in business who lament change–shifts in how we communicate, the speed of technology, the feeling that what we learned a few years ago is obsolete. But adapting to [...]

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