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There are opportunities in any real estate market for those who are willing to make the necessary adjustments in your action plan, skillset and mindset! The following 9 key tactics are my observations and best advice on how to Level Up in the Real Estate Business. These strategies are timeless and easily adapted for any business owner. You ARE the Creator of your Reality. Take personal responsibility for where you are at this exact moment. All of your thoughts and actions have lead you to this exact place in time. If you are not entirely pleased with your results, then... Read more →

Joining or starting a Mastermind Group is a powerful, creative and supportive strategy to implement for your business and personal development. One such group is a powerful Mastermind success story for five Las Vegas Realtors whose group "No Excuses" meets every Wednesday without fail. No Excuses founders Mark Sivek and Linda Stegall started the group in 2004. Three other Realty ONE Group real estate agents round out the group of five: Joan Brooks, Lori Wayne and Susan Brock. No Excuses' mission statement is local agents supporting local businesses and the Las Vegas economy. The group meets every Wednesday to either... Read more →

In his article, "The Magic of Doing One Thing at A Time", author Tony Schwartz is spot on summing up the reality of today's world of instant communication and gratification where we never seem to stop, unplug or slow down. We all seem to be handling so much more these days. Maybe it's just me... but time seems to be speeding up and there is always more things on the to do list then what I actually checked off as completed. I found these three recommendations to be incredibly insightful and ones that I am integrating into my daily routine...... Read more →

Best Lifehacks of 2009: The Year in Review - Personal Productivity and Creativity Excerpt

Lifehack.org posted this Best of 2009 - I am highlighting the Productivity and GTD links in this post. Read the full blog post at Lifehack.org Read more →

What's Your "Great Opportunity" in the current Real Estate Market?

At the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates (PREA) National Sales Convention held March 29-31, one of the keynote speakers, Geoffrey Colvin (Senior Editor-at-large for Fortune Magazine) presented a compelling talk on our economic recovery, how we got here and how we are going to get out of it. As he was speaking, the thought that came to me was...What if everyone could stop focusing on the next "great depression" but rather see "The Great Opportunity". What have you been focusing on in the past months? Are you open to the opportunities in the market? Are you making the appropriate adjustments in... Read more →

I first wrote and posted the following article on this Real Estate Coach Blog in November 2007. I have updated the intro paragraph with my thoughts on the current real estate market in Las Vegas. The 10 Tips to THRIVE are timeless however and easily adapted for any business owner. Our current real estate market in Las Vegas (and around the country) continues to present an interesting test for all involved… from the buyers, to the sellers to the practicing real estate agents and also for the brokerage firms. I’ve been living and working in Las Vegas since 1992 and... Read more →

4 Questions for Maximum Productivity - Focus on Results

Are you focusing on what you want or do you find yourself stuck in the negative trap and putting energy on what you don't have? The following information is adapted from Brian Tracy's abundant material on the subject of productivity and performance. I recently revisited and read these Brian Tracy Books: Eat That Frog - 21 Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time Focal Point - A Proven System to Simply Your Life, Double Your Productivity, and Achieve all your Goals Maximum Achievement - Strategies and Skills that will Unlock Your Hidden Powers to Succeed Tracy... Read more →

How to Thrive in the Current Real Estate Market

Our current real estate market in Las Vegas (and around the country) presents an interesting test for all involved... from the buyers, to the sellers to the practicing real estate agents and also for the brokerage firms I've been living and working in Las Vegas since 1992 and this is my first experience in a "challenging market". Fueled by local and national media with a slant to reporting the negative, "newsworthy" hype of doom and gloom, buyers are afraid to purchase, waiting for the elusive "bottom of the market" before jumping back in. Sellers are holding on to every ounce... Read more →