A mental health professional explains the risks of overworking and how to be more intentional about taking a breather.
Learn how to set realistic expectations with clients so you can take breaks from work and recharge without risking business.
If you want to curb the number of nonurgent calls you get from clients at odd hours, have an upfront conversation with them about your availability.
In a demanding industry like real estate, you need a plan for ensuring personal time and avoiding burnout.
These circumstances may require an extended break from work, but you don’t want to lose track of clients and transactions while you’re out. Follow this system to ensure your business remains on track.
When your schedule is overbooked, learn to turn down prospects in a way that won’t cost you their business in the future.
If you have trouble holding yourself accountable for reaching the goals you’ve set, try these methods for getting back on track.
Taking control of your work and personal time requires developing a routine that sets your intentions for the day.
Figuring out your hourly rate can help you focus on tasks that actually make you money.
Real estate professional Rachel Adams was doing big business at the expense of her personal life. So she endeavored to make more time for herself without her productivity taking a hit. Here’s the plan she developed and how you can emulate it.
For better outcomes, try a new mindset.
Washington real estate pro Renee Uribe thought being diagnosed with a brain tumor would end her career. But it only helped her thrive.
Where to start when you’re trying to prioritize wellness in your daily routine.
From pre-showing cleaning checklists to real estate-branded masks, agents are helping clients take steps to protect their health when their home is on the market.
Financial planning experts, and NAR's Center for REALTOR® Financial Wellness, offer tips on cash management and tax planning to help you through these turbulent times.
Most real estate pros feel a responsibility to support local charities through volunteerism or donation. Here’s some advice for those struggling to get started.
Most people get less shuteye than they need to be productive during the day. Follow this plan for winding down and falling asleep faster.
Learn how to recalibrate when the volume of distractions in your business and daily life begins to eat away at your self-confidence.
Dividing your attention to complete multiple activities at once can make you less effective at everything you’re doing.
Data shows that practitioners suffer a high rate of clinical depression. These are some reasons why, along with tips for balancing your mental health.