Archive for December, 2010

I’m going to predict your future for 2011. Forgive me in advance if this is rubs a bit too close to the bone. It’s not meant to be offensive, but it is meant to be objective. (I’ll explain in a second.) 1. You will break your resolutions by the end of January. 2. You will […]

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Suggesting a higher listing price may be exactly what the seller wants to hear. In fact, it may even establish rapport with the seller. Is it wrong to establish rapport, knowing full well the price is too high? I read a book a couple of years ago on Psychology. Based on the story below, as […]

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I was at a Christmas party the other day and I couldn’t help but overhear a conversation taking place about business. My eyes lit up. Right up my alley, in fact, I even made a point of edging as close as I could without looking like a stalker. lol I heard one gentleman say – […]

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I’d love to share with you one of my favorite stories that showcases how each of us can be influenced by what others suggest: A man lived by the side of the road and sold hot dogs. He was hard of hearing so he had no radio. He had trouble with his eyes so he […]

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You like me, have probably heard of Robin Sharma. In fact, you may have read some of his books. If you haven’t, you should. Easy reading, short to the point chapters & GREAT advice! More importantly, earlier I shared his 60 TIPS FOR A STUNNINGLY GREAT LIFE I invite you to follow along as I […]

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I Paid OFF my collection, BUT my credit score went DOWN? You may be surprised to learn that paying your collection accounts will damage your credit. Also, whether the collection account is $100 for a severely overdue library book or $5,000 for a credit card the result is the same in that your credit scores […]

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Did you know Beacon scores can range anywhere from 300 to 850? Reportedly, only 13% of credit scores exceed 800, and only 1% achieve a perfect score of 850. Typically, the higher the score, the lower the risk to default in the lenders mind. The scoring is computer generated taking into consideration the following 5 […]

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A goal is a specific measurable & time bound end towards which we direct specific effort until achieved. identify your what, Write your goal in specific, measurable and time-bound language. identify your why’s, Identify the motivational factors that will keep your fire burning. You need a strong motivational reason WHY.Most people spend the majority of […]

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The story goes that a little girl was watching her mom prepare the holiday ham. As she watched, she wondered why her mother cut off both ends of the ham before putting it in the pot, so she asked. Stumped, the mother realized that she didn’t know. She replied, “I’m not sure, sweetie. I’m just […]

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You’ve been paying off your mortgage religiously for the past 5 years. Now it’s time for your mortgage to be renewed, good luck getting the best rate! When the time to renew your mortgage comes, you should keep in mind that there are better rates out there. Contact me and I will share the secret […]

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