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Review dates are back. It’s time for Buyers to bring their A game. When it’s just your offer it’s about presenting your Buyer in the best way possible. When there are multiples, it’s more about positioning your client and their offer relative to everyone else’s. Price matters, but when there are multiple offers – the…Read More >>
The great Zig Ziglar said: “You can have anything in life you want, if you help other people get what they want.” Make this your mantra today and every day. It goes back to last week’s post about the book Simply Said and focusing on the outcome you want for the other person more than…Read More >>
Part of my focus for this year is to read more. By the way, I’m loving getting library books on my Kindle. It’s super easy and keeps me motivated to finish the book because I only have access to it for a limited time. A quick read that everyone can benefit from is Simply Said…Read More >>
Last week, or actually 2 weeks ago (I skipped last week because of the snow) we talked about having a plan going into the New Year. Getting a plan is the first step, implementing it is another thing all together. Here are 5 tips to help you get the most out of your plan: Go…Read More >>
It’s the first work week of 2020. Are you crushing it? In my perfect world, I would put all of my sales for the next 12 months into escrow right now. All with 30 days closes, and then I’d spend the rest of the year on a beach somewhere soaking up the sun. The reality…Read More >>
Purpose is a charged word for me. There’s lots of talk about finding and living your purpose. What does that even mean? When people talk about purpose, it’s often in a bigger context of some world changing action like creating a foundation or non profit to have a global impact. Talking about purpose often makes…Read More >>
You don’t have to be a creative writing expert to be a great story teller. The reality is that we tell ourselves stories all day long. Stories about why our business is where it is / or isn’tStories about why a relationship is the way it isStories about what we can / or can’t accomplishStories…Read More >>
This is one of my favorite things to do each year. After all of the goal setting, action planning, visualizing, etc is done. (Or even instead of all of those things if it’s too overwhelming.) It’s time to break it down. Grand gestures sound good, but are often difficult to sustain. It’s the small things…Read More >>
With all of the talk about goal setting, upping your game, being your best self, etc it’s important to remember to be kind to yourself. Nothing good comes out of beating yourself up for what you should or could have done, or blaming others for things. Know that we all have wins and loses. Things…Read More >>
Wow! How about those Seahawks? Football fan or not, Monday’s game against the 49’ers was one for the record books. Talk about excitement – to win in the last second of overtime is amazing. There were some great takeaways from that game. The biggest one of which is – sometimes you need ALL of the…Read More >>
This post goes against pretty much every business plan ever written. You know the ones – the first 5 pages are spent disecting the current year, and from there you are supposed to spend the next 5-10 pages mapping out the next year? Have you ever actually filled out those first 5 pages? I mean…Read More >>
Welcome to November – it’s officially the holiday season. Events start popping up on the calendar, and the window of opportunity for selling homes in 2019 starts closing. It’s easy to write off the next 2 months and think that you’ll just get back to it in January. Don’t do that! Whether you close another…Read More >>
“If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be” Maya Angelou I walked by this tree the other day and it took my breath away. Something about the light and the intensity of the yellow leaves – it seemed to glow. A beautiful, bright beacon, standing taller…Read More >>
I loved reading your responses to last week’s post! It’s amazing what a difference 2 little words can make. What if statements are designed to dissolve resistance and open you up to possibilities. From that state it’s easier to see options that were hidden before. This week it’s all about owning your ability to create.…Read More >>
The 4th quarter is the new 1st quarter when it comes to mapping out goals and creating a plan. As we roll into conference / goal setting season I wanted to share a phrase that has made a huge difference. If you are like a lot of people (me included) these events can be inspiring…Read More >>
I’ve been guilty of this lately. My normal MO is to decide I want something, and then take action. In many cases, the creating is half the fun. It’s always interesting to see the magical way things come together. But lately I’ve been putting off taking action while I wait to see what the market…Read More >>
Let’s be honest, if we wanted to answer to someone on a regular basis and constantly be told what to do, we wouldn’t be in real estate. Regular accountability – someone telling us what to do and consequences for when we don’t. Who wants that? It’s the blessing and the curse of running your own…Read More >>
Even with a referral based business, potential clients interview multiple agents about 50% of the time. I recently competed for a listing and then for a buyer. In both cases it was interesting to notice my thoughts and emotions as I went through the process. Usually competing doesn’t phase me, but I found doubt starting…Read More >>
In keeping with last week’s – lessons learned from our remodel – today’s topic is decision making. (We are almost there!) More importantly YOUR decision making process, identifying it, owning it and trusting it. Picking paint and carpet before listing a property is easy. Putting together paint, counter tops, a back splash, cabinet pulls, faucets,…Read More >>
I posted this picture a few weeks ago before embarking on a kitchen remodel, and the comments amazed me. Many asked why we were changing something that already looked pretty good. I have to admit second guessing myself a bit as well. Once the clutter was cleared off the counter, it didn’t look that bad.…Read More >>