There’s nothing quite like cracking open a new book— or adding it to your e-reader shelf depending on your preference— as you enjoy the relaxed pace of summertime. There are plenty of great new releases hitting bookstores, but these seven nonfiction reads are our top summer book recommendations. If you’re looking to learn something new […]
It’s important, at this stage in our companies development, and in your personal development as agents, to focus on planning for long-term success. Many agents start their career without any real focus or business plan; this is a huge misstep on their part. Finding a reason, a purpose for your business and then finding ways […]
This past weekend I was able to steal some time away for myself, as it was a long holiday weekend, and I decided to spend it with my daughter teaching her how to ride a bicycle. In the past few decades I’ve tackled some pretty ambitious undertakings, including building more than a handful of businesses, […]
Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success. We chant it, and we believe it, “Get in the zone and never stop” is one of our mantras, and the recognition we have just received is proof that it’s more than just hot air! The Los Angeles Business Journal just posted […]
A thought recently occurred to me as we’re approaching one of the biggest sporting events of the year (the Super bowl): What makes winning teams so successful? There must be some method or characteristic that helps teams make it through to such a prestigious event and I think I’ve found what it is: execution.
As the owner of several publicly facing businesses, I am constantly surrounded by people. In fact, on an average day I shake hands with at least nine people I have never met before, and speak with dozens more over the phone. Over the past decade I have noticed an uptick in number of people I […]
With well over 10,000 real estate agents to compete with in LA, sellers and buyers are seeking prompt justification as to why they should pick you over the next Tom or Jane. If you ran into your dream client and had 5 minutes to make your point, how would you make it happen?