Work-Life Balance

The Little Things Matter

Last week we posted about how to win by focusing on the big strategies. We reiterated many of the themes we often discuss in this blog: accountability partners, leveraging the value of expired listings, FSBOs, etc. Today, we shift gears to look at how top performers win by managing the little things, the small habits…

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The Benefits of a Morning Workout

Most high-performing real estate agents stick to a routine every day. They might get up very early and take time to meditate or read or just sit quietly before the bustle of the day takes over. Many agents take time for daily affirmations. Role-playing with an accountability partners is another great strategy to start the…

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The Benefits of Taking a Mental Health Day

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You are a successful, highly-motivated, internally-driven real estate agent. You stick to your daily routine that has been the foundation for your success: up early, perhaps role-playing, prospecting new expired leads with your Vulcan 7 CRM and dialer. But in recent months, you’ve taken up your intensity a few notches. Perhaps you’ve been reading too…

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Working Remotely: Use Your Time Wisely

Under the best of circumstances, many business professionals struggle with time management. Our life has so many distractions, and our attention is being stretched in myriad ways: social media, emails, texts, maybe even sneaking a quick game of Candy Crush. But with COVID-19 impacting practically every aspect of our personal and professional lives, we are…

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The Truth Will Set You FREE…and Help Drive Your Business

This post was written a number of weeks ago, but set aside as we all started to focus on how COVID-19 was turning things upside down. We decided to dust it off and post it because it seems as if many people are using this time at home for a certain amount of self-reflection.  Perhaps,…

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Keep Calm and Carry On

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Coffee mugs, posters and t-shirts emblazoned with the phrase “Keep Calm and Carry On” have become popular in recent years. The origin of the phrase comes from a British motivational poster designed in 1939 to boost morale of the people of England preparing for a world war. While drily evocative of the British reputation for…

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Avoiding Burnout

As the old adage goes, ‘all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.’ It can also make Jack (and Jill) a burned-out boy. Burnout is defined as ‘physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or stress.’ Many successful real estate agents put in long hours – if you want to succeed, it comes…

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