Monthly Archives: January 2010

A Question Worth Asking

Monday Morning MatchI am not sure where I heard it but the statement below hit me loud and clear, so much so that I printed it out and hung it on my office wall. “Are you merely interested in success or are you totally committed to success?”It’s a fair question, isn’t it? Wanting something to…

Everyone Needs a "Cabin"

Do you have that “special spot” that you can go to? Maybe it’s a comfortable leather chair in your den or a rocking chair on the porch? It could be the treadmill in the basement or a workshop in the garage? Some people have a specific activity which is their getaway – like running or…

Thanks for Raising the Bar, Louie

Tonight I had great service and it’s important to me that I tell someone about it. When you spend much of your time each day helping people understand the impact that providing “truly remarkable service” may have on their customers, clients and communities, it’s no wonder that when you are the one receiving that same…

Keeping Your Priorities Simple

While searching the web for some images for an upcoming presentation, I came upon the photo below. I don’t know who the author of it was but I can tell what his or her priorities were on that given day.I’ll bet you can too. As you approach your daily activities, take a lesson from this…

When Was the Last Time You Paid it Forward?

“I would like to start with something I have used in almost every speech, and this is, “paying forward.” And that is the thing that you folks can do with your great education for the rest of your life. Try to take that attitude toward life, that you’re going to pay forward. So seldom can…

What Am I Supposed to Send Them?

Keeping in touch with your friends, family, clients and contacts – also known as your “sphere of influence – is one of the critical tasks that need to occur on a regular basis in order to insure your success as a full-time Realtor. I often hear from people that they are unsure of what to…

Digging for Opportunities?

“To appreciate the beauty of a snow flake, it is necessary to stand out in the cold.”

How’s the Market?

Happy New Year to all. I trust you enjoyed a wonderful holiday season and have entered into the new year and decade with excitement and optimism? Like laying down to sleep on freshly washed flannel sheets or opening up that new jar of peanut butter, it’s always neat to turn the page on a fresh…