From Track Suits to Tailored Suits: Rod Williams

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By Lee Davenport

Today’s post features the determined and inspiring Rod Williams. What makes Rod a top producer? Rod is ranked number two overall in his brokerage firm, Solid Source Real Estate Companies, out of approximately 1,700 agents (his third consecutive year in the top three). Yes, Rod is in the top 5 percent for the entire metro Atlanta REALTORS® …

Leading in a Time of Change

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John is president-elect for the Clark County Association of REALTORS® in Vancouver, Wash. This post is the third entry in a series sharing his experiences in that role. By John Blom Successful leaders view change with an eye toward the potential. When a person takes on situation and emerges from it better than they were before, it shows true success. …

Don’t LOOK for Opportunity in 2015

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Professional Development 8 Comments

If you spend your days looking for opportunity, in essence you are telling yourself opportunity is elusive and you have to seek it out. That is far from the truth. By believing that everything happens for a reason, and by being present in the moment, we will begin to see that opportunity surrounds us.

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Be Professional to Be Successful

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, New REALTOR®, Professional Development 8 Comments

There’s a real trick to appearing, communicating, and performing like an experienced real estate professional. And, as a 23-year-old agent who got his real estate license in June of this year, I want to share how I transformed myself in less than half a year on the job.

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Working With High Profile Clients

Blog Contributor Code of Ethics, Commitment to Excellence, Helpful Tools, Sales & Marketing, Working with Clients 3 Comments

By Scott Newman I recently had the privilege to do some work for high-profile clients. While I did enjoy working with them, I was reminded of just how different their expectations can be.  As such, I thought it would be pertinent to review some simple tips and strategies so that should you ever have the opportunity to work with such …

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What I Learned at Leadership

Blog Contributor Classes & Education, Helpful Tools, Professional Development 5 Comments

By Lynn Minnick I was lucky enough to have been picked to participate in NAR’s Leadership 200 and 300 classes this week at my association.  I say lucky enough because we’re the largest association in our state and there were only 35 seats open.  Last summer I was involved in our two-day strategic planning session, which was a first for …