Great Read Roundup: Mindful Business Moves

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.

From Tools to Tool Uses

(3 minute read)

Why it matters: Your time is your most valuable asset. In an age where every internet innovation tries to capture more and more of your attention, it’s especially important to be mindful of why and how you use the variety of tools out there. In this brief piece by Cal Newport, get some perspective not only on the tools you choose to use, but how you use those tools.

Resolve to Stop Losing Listings

(6 minute read)

Why it matters: Here’s a thoughtful piece by Lee Davenport on how you can go about capturing more listings by being more mindful about your process. From the piece: “Are you frustrated with the number of listings you win? Are you really? I ask again because my next question will be very telling: Have you changed or improved your presentation after each failed listing appointment? If you say “no,” or “not often enough,” you may have fallen victim to what I call the “hamster wheel chase.”

The Paradox of Behavior Change

(8 minute read)

Why it matters: Why can’t I change my behavior? Why can’t I seem to do what I know I need to do? If this has ever plagued you, check out this piece by James Clear. From the piece: “In order for change to last, we must work with the fundamental forces in our lives, not against them.” Learn how.

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