Two people looked through prison bars, one saw mud, the other stars. That little rhyme and its meaning took me back to something someone once told me that made me realize the power of perception.
If you’re one of those who is afraid that the current slump in oil prices is going to hurt your bottom line, there’s only one way to get rid of that fear – knowledge. The more you know about something, the less you fear it.
What I’m talking about is the point when we lose control of our thoughts. We’ve all been there. We’ve all had negative, bad thoughts fill our minds about the many ways a deal can go wrong.
Do you want success in the new year? Don't make resolutions. You see, resolutions are really just wishes, I wish I could quit smoking, I wish I weighed less, I wish I didn't eat bad food, I wish I hadn't made any resolutions.
Breaking with tradition can be a great way of standing out in a sea of subdivisions all vying for the buyer’s dollar.
We’ve all experienced those golden moments and how great it feels to be that certain, that confident and, let’s face it, that cool.
To make it in real estate, and by “make it” I mean be a success, not just eke out a living, there are two things you need more than anything else: an inflated ego and the ability to keep it under control.
Try some of these tips. You will be amazed at how the tiniest of changes can make your life more positive, more productive and more profitable.
Early in my career I developed a series of systems that made getting and maintaining listings a breeze.
How do you make your McMansion stand out in that subdivision sea of sameness?