Great Read Roundup: Apologies, Metrics, & Housing Sacrifices

Image of Great Reads LogoAn 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.

A Trick That Will Make Your Next Apology Better
(4 minute read)

Why it matters: Healthy relationships are the lifeblood of your business. When one is poisoned, the sickness can spread, often without your knowledge. A big reason for broken relationships: A failure to admit mistakes and honestly apologize. In this brief article you’ll learn how to make more effective apologies which not only save relationships, but make you feel better about your mistakes.

What Are You Measuring In Your Life?
(5 minute read)

Why it matters: Here’s the secret behind metrics: The measurement itself isn’t necessarily as important as the mindfulness the act of measuring generates. As James Clear reminds us: “Measure from a place of curiosity. Measure from a place of self-awareness. Measure to see if you’re showing up.”

All the Things Americans Sacrifice Because Housing Costs Too Much
(1 minute read)

Why it matters: This is an excellent, short piece to share with your clients when it comes to choosing a house they can afford versus biting off the biggest chunk of house they can swing. When they refuse to face facts about their dream home, ask them if they’d really like to work more, amass credit card debt, or cut back on healthcare.

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