Real Estate Blog

Get More Energy for Your Morning

If you aren’t a morning person, you may find it a challenge to summon the energy to face your daily routine. Apparently it takes around two hours or less for the average person’s brain to really wake up, so it is easy to see why many of us have to drag ourselves out of bed. […]

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August Organization

Are the “dog days” of summer making you feel unmotivated right now? It may feel like a real challenge to break out of lazy summer mode to start getting organized for the busy fall season, and that’s why I have gathered the following tips to help you get prepared. Here in the South, there are […]

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Top Websites for Learning New Skills

I’ve rounded up a few top websites offering great opportunities to learn new skills in business, marketing, self-improvement, design and more. Think you need to spend heaping piles of cash at institutions to learn valuable and relevant skills? Think again. Some of these sites are free, or charge a low monthly fee to access tons […]

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Top 6 Items You Can Send To Your Real Estate Leads

The real estate world is doing pretty darn good right now and everyone is busy helping their clients take advantage of a great time to buy.  Interest rates are low and that means buyers are looking to get a piece of the action. So what do you do now that you have all these leads […]

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How Does Evernote Compare to the Competition?

On any given day, you sort through dozens of emails, stacks of paper, and pull up hundreds of websites. Businesses today rely on large amounts of information. You find yourself juggling client files, documents, correspondence, financial reports, stacks of research, notes, and more. The sheer amount of data you process each day is staggering. In […]

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Controlling Negativity

Much time and discussion is directed towards eliminating negative thoughts and behavior – but what is the real psychology of negativity? What is the actual cause and the actual remedy? Life presents plenty of stumbling blocks for everybody, no doubt. It’s how we view them and deal with them that matters. Because how we view […]

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Tidy-Up Your Business this Spring

Spring-time puts us in the mood to clean up, clear out and beautify our business spaces, not only our physical space, but our virtual spaces as well. Much like spring cleaning in our personal home space, business cleaning will employ the same approaches, but will allow you to have a clear mind as we approach […]

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Work-Life Balance Tips for Women

There are many experiences in life common to all of us. And then there are experiences particular to the lives of women. Women have children. Women work, usually for less pay. Women are gifted with the strength and abilities to manage these things all at the same time. Therefore, it can be said that women […]

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Motivation for Discovering Your Passion

Whatever your passion may be, it is uniquely yours because you are uniquely individual, and your passion is a result of those elements of your composition that determine it. Your passion is an expression of your personality. It embodies your greatest potential to create something completely original. Fulfilling that potential requires some introspection and effort. […]

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Make Your Vision a Reality

Most all people have dreams, and a few manage to make them come true. But all successful people not only have dreams, they have very clear visions, and therein lies the difference. Achieving a dream is an end, while a vision is a means to achieve it. Dreams are of the imagination, while a vision […]

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First Night In Your New Home Infographic

Just bought a new home? Don’t forget you’ll need some essential items for the first night in your house. Consider this great infographic checklist of items you will want to have. It’s got you covered from first aid items to pet toys. P.S. Imagine you were offered the opportunity to be coached both on-site and […]

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Developing Consistency

Being consistent is defined as displaying predictable and reliable behaviors in meeting goals. The first step should be the realistic evaluation of the likelihood of meeting the goals we set—in other words, it would be self-defeating to attempt goals which we realistically have little chance of meeting based on many factors – time frames, ability, […]

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