How to stop caring about what people think

In this video, I talk about how I stopped caring about what people think. Being afraid of what others think of you can hold you back from asking for what you want and trying to achieve your goals.

How to be a successful real estate agent by using social media

In this video, I show you how to be a successful real estate agent using the power of social media.

What you need to know about the vendor take-back mortgage

In this video, I go over all the pros and cons of the vendor take-back mortgage and why you need to understand how it works.

Stigmatized and haunted properties: Edmonton’s Lorri Brewer with Gerald Tostowaryk

After a near-death experience, Edmonton Realtor Lorri Brewer’s life changed dramatically, taking her along a path she never considered.

How to start and grow a real estate brokerage

Are you ready to start your own real estate brokerage? If you are a self-starter with a strong work ethic and you know how to bring out the best in others, you may be ready.

How effective is cold calling?

Many people view cold calling as a waste of time. They believe that with all the other forms of marketing available, cold calling is no longer effective. But they are wrong.

This is the easiest way to lose your credibility

We talk a lot about the professionalism in the industry and about how we can make it better. Professionalism and credibility can both be torn down through your marketing and your actions.

5 mistakes to avoid when creating real estate videos

Real estate videos can provide very useful information when done correctly, and enhance your brand as a real estate professional. But if done incorrectly, your videos may just go to waste.

Barry Lebow on part-timers and no respect for real estate skills

In this video rant, veteran Realtor and long-time REM columnist Barry Lebow says the disrupters in the real estate industry are not coming from outside the industry, but within.

A recommendation from a Realtor: Mindset by Carol Dweck

I recently read a book called Mindset by Carol Dweck. She is a Stanford University psychologist and she came up with a really interesting way of thinking of how we learn.