Are you running your business with checklists, systems and software or by memory? The majority of real estate professionals are running their business by memory.
NFL leadership has to cut their roster from 90 to 53 players yearly. Brokerage owners/team leaders can take a lesson in roster management from the NFL.
Many brokerage company leaders and owners are not particular fans of agent teams. In some cases, even forbidding the formation of teams or not inviting existing teams to join their company. They express concern about loss of control, loss of revenue and diminished company brand. I have a different viewpoint. Agent Teams Make Sense forContinue reading “Why Agent Teams Make Sense”
My Inbox beats me up day after day after day. It’s like the relentless bully on the school yard. I’m constantly battling the fight or flight syndrome. Sometimes I am determined to wrestle it to empty and other times that seems like such an impossible task that I just want to ignore it. Knowing IContinue reading “I Hate My Inbox!”
“You can’t always solve the big problems or worry about what life will throw at you a week or a month from now. But you can determine what you do in the next 10 minutes, and the 10 after that. Whether your goal is to lose weight, have a happier work life, save cash orContinue reading “The 10-Minutes At a Time New Year’s Resolution”
I’ve been using, training and coaching people in the real estate industry on Facebook as a business tool for a number of years now. I’ve had the debates over business pages vs. personal pages, privacy issues, content strategies, page changes, ads and a lot more. In thinking about Facebook recently, I kept coming back to fourContinue reading “Some Facebook Advice”
Earlier this week I posted about using Evernote as an organization tool. This is Part 2 of my Getting Organized in the New Year series. The second tool I’d like to share is DropBox. This app saves me so much time and has saved my butt on more than one occasion! Have you ever hadContinue reading “Getting Organized with DropBox (Part 2)”
It’s that time of year when we often resolve to do crazy things like get more organized. I love organization. It’s not a want for me, it’s a need. I get agitated by clutter. Everything should have its place (preferably out of site) with only essentials within eyes view. This type of organization I canContinue reading “Getting Organized with Evernote (Part 1)”