Have you lost sight or focus of the vision you set at the beginning of the year? Are your goals still as relevant and meaningful today as they were on Jan. 1? There’s still time reinvigorate yourself to reach your goals and vision for this year.
The new year is typically a time of personal renewal and anticipation for things to come. If you want to get off to a solid start and sustain your energy level through 2011, you should practice these three habits.
As the summer heats up, vacations become more frequent for clients, prospects, and you. But when you feel the pull of the beach or the golf course on a day you know you should work, here are a few ways to get back on track.
There are plenty of business opportunities to use sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube. Still, real estate professionals consistently make mistakes in their overall social media strategy.
We have just completed one of the most challenging years ever in the real estate industry. To gain an edge and achieve your goals for 2010, we'll again need to stay ahead of the market, our customers, and competition.
With the holidays around the corner, the fourth quarter of the year is typically a time when people start to slow down, and real estate pros are no exception. But when most practitioners are slowing down, it's time to speed up.
The primary problem is not sellers, buyers, foreclosures, negative equity, short sales, the media, or other practitioners. Those are all the symptoms, not the disease. The disease is an imbalance in lead-generation strategies.