Great Read Roundup: Place Pins, Office Hacks, & Baloney Detection

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A new feature in Tuesday Tactics for 2014 is our “Great Read Roundup” in which we highlight some of the best pieces we’ve read recently and why they might matter to your real estate career.

Introducing Place Pins, for the explorer in all of us

Why it matters: Any intersection of a popular social media platform and mapping could have great potential for real estate marketing. Whether highlighting a neighborhood or packaging listing information in an engaging, shareable way, Place Pins are something worth looking into.

25 Office Hacks You Need To Know

Why it matters: Sometimes it’s the little things that make a big difference. These clever little hacks can keep you organize, smooth out annoying problems, and they’re great to share with clients.

The Baloney Detection Kit: Carl Sagan’s Rules for Bull-Busting and Critical Thinking

Why it matters: This is an essential tool kit for interpreting and forming cogent arguments and critical thought. Perhaps the best section is the 20 examples of “perilous fallacies of logic and rhetoric” with examples. Sharpen up!

The Open-office Trap

Why it matters: It might just rewire your thinking on the pros and cons of open offices with research-based insights into focus, health, and productivity. If you’re thinking about joining an office or starting your own, this article could inform your decision on how to proceed.


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