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From Track Suits to Tailored Suits With Rod Williams

By Lee Davenport This is part two in an ongoing series featuring top producers. Read part one featuring Jen Du Plessis. What does it take to be a top producer?  There is no magic, work-free formula, but there are...

Leading in a Time of Change

John is president-elect for the Clark County Association of REALTORS® in Vancouver, Wash. This post is the third entry in a series sharing his experiences in that role. By John Blom Successful leaders view change with an eye toward...
December 18, 2015

Scientifically Develop the Habit of Lead Generation: Part 4

How do you find time for lead generation when you have all this other stuff going on? Pack up all the unnecessary clutter in your schedule and kick it to the curb....
December 18, 2014

Don’t LOOK for Opportunity in 2015

If you spend your days looking for opportunity, in essence you are telling yourself opportunity is elusive and you have to seek it out. That is far from the truth. By believing that everything happens for a reason, and...

Be Professional to Be Successful

There’s a real trick to appearing, communicating, and performing like an experienced real estate professional. And, as a 23-year-old agent who got his real estate license in June of this year, I want to share how I transformed myself...
November 17, 2014

Working With High Profile Clients

By Scott Newman I recently had the privilege to do some work for high-profile clients. While I did enjoy working with them, I was reminded of just how different their expectations can be.  As such, I thought it would...

What I Learned at Leadership

By Lynn Minnick I was lucky enough to have been picked to participate in NAR’s Leadership 200 and 300 classes this week at my association.  I say lucky enough because we’re the largest association in our state and there...