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Set Your Home Office Up for Comfort and Productivity

Barbara Ballinger Post COVID, Productivity Leave a Comment

By: Barbara Ballinger

When office doors shuttered during the pandemic, many people had to figure out how to work from home. Lots made their dining tables and couches into workspaces, while others converted guest bedrooms into offices. Others moved into bigger or more versatile spaces so that they could have a dedicated space.

Hybrid work is the future, meaning the …

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Play Offense Instead of Defense With Your Deals

Blog Contributor Being a REALTOR®, Business Challenges, Professional Development, Sales & Marketing 2 Comments

By Crystal Webster DISCLAIMER: Please read this as a challenge; a challenge to use our predecessors as a spring board to do bigger and better. In case you aren’t aware, we’re in a heat wave – it’s REALLY hot. My car thermostat has said at least 100 degrees for the past 2 weeks straight, and that’s not even with the …

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Who Has What It Takes? Here’s The Test!

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Helpful Tools, Professional Development 4 Comments

By Dave Robison More than five years ago, I had agents take a test before they worked with me, which tested their sales skills and emotional resilience.  I had a couple agents making over $80,000-$120,000  a year who had tested in the “Find a new career; you shouldn’t be in real estate” category.  Where are they today?  Not in real …

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It’s Time to Wake Up

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Personal Fulfillment, Professional Development, Work/Life Balance 3 Comments

By Jeremy Williams “A little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to rest – and poverty will come to you like a bandit and scarcity like an armed man.” Proverbs 6:10-11 When you read these words initially, especially early in the morning without hot coffee flowing through your veins and ZZ Top blowing out your computer …