Did you know that a single domino is capable of bringing down another domino that is actually 50% larger. With this random fact in mind, think of this...
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It's frustrating to make your way to grocery or retail registers only to find long, winding lines that await you. And, sometimes it feels like you get stuck in the slowest one.
These six... » Read More of the post Six Checkout Line Hacks
You can't win all listings, but you can win more with a cue from these top listing presentation techniques:
Pave the way. When potential sellers call, asking intake questions about why they want to... » Read More of the post Now Presenting!
These great apps help busy real estate pros be more productive.
Doodle ends back-and-forth appointment scheduling hassles. It synchronizes your personal and work calendars, then allows others to select a mutually convenient time. Free... » Read More of the post Apps for Busy Agents
Whether buying a fixer-upper or updating their home to sell, clients may be interested in home renovations. If it's their first renovation-rodeo, give them some guidance on where to start when hiring a... » Read More of the post The Right Pro for the Job
As more and more homeowners head online for real estate information, getting great testimonials and reviews needs to become a key component of a well-rounded marketing plan.
Since you already provide stellar customer service,... » Read More of the post Timing Testimonials
It used to be that electronics and devices performed a single job. But at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), manufacturers unveiled a host of products that expand our notions of what household... » Read More of the post A New Take on Old Tech
February is American Heart Month, and a perfect reminder to make small changes that can have a big impact in your heart health.
Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the... » Read More of the post You Gotta Have Heart
Dive into dessert with these simple recipes in no time flat—all requiring six ingredients or less.
14 vanilla wafers, divided
1 teaspoon instant coffee granules
2 tablespoons hot water
2 snack-size... » Read More of the post Dessert in 6 Ingredients or Less
Establishing habits is how our brains simplify tasks, saving time and energy for more important matters. The only problem is not-so-healthy patterns can develop into habitual behaviors we would rather not have.
Here are... » Read More of the post Bad Habit Busters
We all love having family and friends home for the holidays, but most of us wish we could spend more time chatting than being on kitchen detail. The following time-saving tips and holiday... » Read More of the post Holiday Hosting Hacks
Dr. Gabriele Oettingen, psychologist, researcher and author of the book "Rethinking Positive Thinking," says we've been inundated with advice to think positively or visualize success. While visualizing the achievement of our goals may feel good, those... » Read More of the post WOOP Your Goals Into Success
This week on Chasing Excellence we take another look at The Energy Bus. You might find "The Thank You Walk" to be a bit silly, but I think it's a great idea!
Watch this... » Read More of the post Take a Thank You Walk
The average workweek in the U.S. is almost eight hours longer than those in the rest of the world. One Harvard Business School study showed 94 percent of subjects worked over 50 hours per week, and of... » Read More of the post Reclaim the Hours in Your Day
Be confident. People like confident (not cocky!) people.
Fake it till you make it. Not confident? Believe you are and eventually you will be.
Stay relaxed meeting new people. Nervous? Imagine you already know them.
To remember a new... » Read More of the post 12 Life Hacks for Social Success