Be A Duck: or some other deeply embedded lesson

There are two ducks in this picture. They are both one distracted moment from being hurled through these mini-rapids to a place where, at least for now, they do not want to go. They looked casual to me, but below the surface were paddling like crazy to stay where they intended to be: right there. Read more about Be A Duck: or some other deeply embedded lesson[…]

Do You Know the Way?

Fear of the unknown is common among all ages. Kids, at night, imagine monsters in their closets or under their beds and adults are unsure of what the future might bring. It may be natural for first-time buyers to be unsure of the process because they haven’t been through it before but even repeat buyers Read more about Do You Know the Way?[…]

Ready For The Listing Season?

Sitting at my desk, contemplating this afternoon’s course at the Northern Colorado Realtor Summit, Creating Listing Abundance. While I’m not concerned about the content and I am not shuffling through slides for the 473rd time (only up to 306th), I’m wondering how many agents will be wise enough to respond to the possibility of learning a little Read more about Ready For The Listing Season?[…]

Same Old Problem – Different Day:  “You’ve Got Text”

“My son, Isaac, called me on that danged telephone contraption today,” my great Grandfather said. “Why can’t he just come over here if he wants to talk with me? It’s only three towns away. Instead he expects me to hold that thing up to my ear like it’s natural or something.” Thus was the lament Read more about Same Old Problem – Different Day:  “You’ve Got Text”[…]

You Have Three Skills!

Everyone of us has strengths, those things/traits/characteristics that we possess that separate us from others in our business. If properly deployed against hard work and smart branding, our strengths might be the thing that attracts business our way.  Can you write? Maybe you should be sharing content via a blog. Got personality? Maybe video is Read more about You Have Three Skills![…]

From Idea to Action: Bridging the Do/Do Gap

They (whoever they are) say that some people are idea people, and some are action people. I like to think I’m a little of both, or maybe a lot of both. The challenge is the Do/Do gap. My mind, as it races to solve problems, create opportunities, clarify issues, can generate a plethora of ideas. Read more about From Idea to Action: Bridging the Do/Do Gap[…]