“If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too”                                                                                                 From “IF”                                                                                                 Rudyard Kipling   Kipling’s iconic poem is about the importance of maintaining our perspective, regardless of…

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We focus a lot of energy in this blog on sharing strategies to maximize your performance as a real estate agent. But there is, perhaps, no more important strategy for success than taking care of your physical, mental and spiritual health. In that spirit, we close 2020 with a few tips on how to live…

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It doesn’t matter how successful you’ve been, or how long you’ve been selling real estate or how many transactions you had last year. The hard, cold truth about the human condition is that our minds can be fickle, and fragile. You can be at the top of your game, then go through a losing streak…

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In last week’s post, we covered the basics of call reluctance: the reasons why we get it, and the signs we are struggling with call reluctance. Fear is a major factor leading to call reluctance. Fear gets stirred up when we dread some future activity and our initial response is to run for cover, or…

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What’s the difference between top performers and the rest of the pack? You might think that they have something special-some unique talent or instinct that separates them from everyone else. Plus, maybe, an inordinate amount of luck. Perhaps those variables can be used to explain away the difference between high achievers and the average professional. …

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We’ve often discussed the importance of routine in this blog. Top performing agents often cite their adherence to a strict daily routine as the key to their success. Of course, everyone’s routine will be different. Some start the day in quiet solitude, perhaps reading or with meditation to prepare themselves for the challenges ahead. Many…

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