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…

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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…

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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…

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I love the reset that comes with the New Year. Whether you call them resolutions or goals, it’s the perfect time to evaluate life and business so that you can move forward with intention. This typically involves creating a long list of I Wish and I Should. I wish to make more money … I…

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Welcome to 2021! There were many things I enjoyed about 2020 (crazy virus aside), but I always look forward to a New Year with joy and anticipation. In keeping with the crazy year that 2020 was, it wrapped up with some powerful lessons in a really odd package. Many of you saw my post on…

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This holiday season may not be filled with exotic travel like years past, but it’s still a time to relax and take a step back from work. Yet, I’ve talked to several agents this week whose phones keep on ringing. Which can create some inner conflict. How do you take your planned, and much needed…

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In last week’s post I talked about life and real estate being a contact sport. Meaning, success comes from connecting with others. Then I was in a class where the instructor talked about the value of colliding. Essentially being in contact with others. It’s value shows up in lots of different ways: Being at the…

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It’s the first week of December, and every December I vacillate between finishing the year strong with work, and relaxing into a month-long haze of holiday lights, hot chocolate, and cookie baking. It’s usually a combination of the two. Whether you view December as a work month or a chance for some time off, these…

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With online school comes daily runs to Chipotle and Chick Fil A for lunch. I’ve rationalized it that it’s a chance for Alex and Ryan to get out of their rooms and spend a few minutes together each day. Usually Alex drives them, but I picked some up, via the drive through, the other day…

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