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I worked with Kelsey Kurtis earlier this year and she is the most amazing branding person of all time! Branding is something I struggle with. I think I’m pretty good at showing up as me, but translating that into pictures and marketing comments is something entirely different. Earlier this year I decided it was time…Read More >>
I had a fascinating conversation with an agent this week about a seller that just wasn’t getting it done. The agent was offering to provide all the resources – painters, contractors, etc – but the client wasn’t taking action. Why were they saying one thing – I need to get my house sold so that…Read More >>
I’m too busy and I can’t leave my clients. Or. I’m slow, I can’t afford to take time off. It’s the age old question of real estate. What comes first, the vacation or the transaction? I’ve talked to a lot of agents lately that really want a vacation, but feel like they are too busy.…Read More >>
I love the word ‘experiment’ for so many reasons, but especially when it comes to life and business. Setting goals and action plans always feel so stressful and charged. What if they don’t work? How do you know at the beginning if you’ve chosen the right one? If you don’t get the desired result whose…Read More >>
I always have been, and always will be – proud to be an American. Does it mean I agree with everything, of course not, but at the end of the day I am grateful for our country and all of her imperfections. The vastness, the variety, and ability to experience so much. We as individuals…Read More >>
I used to dread calling Buyers agents after an offer review when they didn’t get the house. It’s never fun to deliver bad news, but I’ve found that if you lean in, there can be some great bonding moments that happen. Because at some point, we are all Buyer’s agents. For that specific property I…Read More >>
Longer days and sunny skies mark the shift so summer routines and I’m so ready to mix things up. Once school gets out the energy shifts in our house. It’s more free flowing and a lot less structured. I love that the focus is more about fun and play than checking things off the list,…Read More >>
I’m always amazed at how life plays out. Does anyone else have powerful lessons show up in the most unexpected ways? One of our epic Covid quarantine ideas was to plan a trip to Pinehurst, NC with some friends. Pinehurst is the Disneyland of golf, complete with the hedges that spell out the name –…Read More >>
It’s offer review day and you just submitted an offer for your buyers. Que Jeapordy music. The moment you hit send on the email and confirm receipt with the listing agent time seems to slow down as you wait for a response. At first the hope is that your clients get the house, but as…Read More >>
Last week we talked about adding activities that make a positive difference. This week will help to make room for them. Adding good things is great, but it’s just as important to let go of what’s not working. It might be an action or activity that isn’t serving you right now, or a mindset. Notice…Read More >>
We talk a lot about motivation – the inner drive to succeed. In theory, if you are motivated enough, motivation is all you need to achieve a goal. It sounds petty simple, but somewhere along the way motivation stops being enough. And that’s where things get sticky. My guess is that you set some sort…Read More >>
I hope that you are crazy busy right now selling more homes than you ever have before. But on the off chance you’re not, this one’s for you. If you are like me, you track the market every day and are connected with lots of agents on social media. Some because you are friends, and…Read More >>
Work – Life balance always feels like a topic worth revisiting this time of year. If you are buyer heavy right now, chances are things are a little nutty in your world. Sellers take a lot of prep time, but it’s time that can be pre scheduled and somewhat controlled. With buyers you are at…Read More >>
It’s busy out there. One of the benefits of being busy is the ability to “stress test” your systems. It’s a perfect opportunity to recognize what’s working and fine tune what’s not. It’s also an opportunity for marketing gold – if you document it. Last year, I decided to invest in my own staging inventory…Read More >>
You are a great agent. You have a listing process, that you know makes a difference for your clients. You know that even though it’s a Seller’s market, properly prepared houses will get better offers and sell for more. So why are your clients terrified to work with you? Okay, that might be a little…Read More >>
Every now and then something turns out to be so much more than you could have ever imagined. I felt that a few weeks ago when I interviewed Anastasia Allison, the founder of Kula Cloth on The 425 Show. Not only does she have a great product, pee cloths for when you are hiking in…Read More >>
I heard this the other day and it was one of those “Now I get it” moments of awareness. A slight shift in perspective that felt obvious and new all at the same time. We see people who are great at what they do and forget that we are seeing the end result. The houses…Read More >>
Valentines Day is Sunday so this weeks post is all about “loving on your clients” as the great Terri Johnson would say. All good relationships start with communication. It’s free, it makes a huge impact, and it’s often the one thing we forget to do. Or don’t do enough of. We get so busy working…Read More >>
The question has been coming lately – how much do you tell buyers in the first meeting about the state of the market? In today’s world of multiple offers, escalation clauses and waived contingencies, it’s a lot to absorb for any buyer, especially a first time buyer. There is the concern that you might scare…Read More >>
If you haven’t checked out James Wedmore’s Mind Your Business podcast, I highly recommend it. He’s got a great mix of business and mindset advice that always seems to be exactly what I need to hear. In one of his recent episodes he talked about “what’s the least they could do to still have something…Read More >>