A Profound Question to Ask Yourself

Posted by on Jan 24, 2020 | No Comments
A Profound Question to Ask Yourself

 For me, a profound question surfaced last summer when I decided to sign up for a bike ride to raise money for a charity in Cape Cod.

Are You Trapped in “Someday”?

Posted by on Jan 17, 2020 | No Comments
Are You Trapped in “Someday”?

 It’s human nature: we constantly dream and imagine a better future, outcome, or result.  However, there is a danger to that. 

Thoughts That Hamper Your Success

Posted by on Jan 10, 2020 | 2 Comments
Thoughts That Hamper Your Success

 We’ve all been there: constantly fretting and thinking about what we should, could or would have done differently. “I should have communicated with the client more.” “I could have expanded my network this year if I attended more local events.” “I would have closed the listing faster if I created a compelling video.” 10 […]

Clients Love This Luxury Realtor Trait

Posted by on Jan 2, 2020 | No Comments
Clients Love This Luxury Realtor Trait

 Working in the luxury real estate industry for over four decades, I learned an incredibly invaluable lesson that I wished I knew when I first started: there is an opportunity in every problem. Lately, it’s almost as if every deal is an ordeal. I sold a house last summer and that lesson of finding […]

Don’t forget YOU in 2020!

Posted by on Dec 27, 2019 | No Comments
Don’t forget YOU in 2020!

Luxury sales agents, have you already started planning your business and sales goals for 2020? In all of that planning, be sure to make room for the things that matter most – family and friends – and yourself! Because you can’t perform well if you aren’t feeling well.

What Luxury Realtors Can Learn From Santa

Posted by on Dec 23, 2019 | No Comments
What Luxury Realtors Can Learn From Santa

Merry Christmas, everyone! I was talking with my son, Max, about what Santa does to prepare for Christmas Eve. We came up with a list of seven items: 1. Extra food for his reindeer 2. Special footwear for his reindeer 3. Load the Sleigh—big boxes first 4. Coal under the seat of the sleigh 5. […]

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