A Marketing Strategy We Can Learn From Studying Boxing

This photo is of James Braddock. Back in the 1920’s and 1930’s boxers were the most famous people on the planet.  As an example, in 1935 the average attendance for a Yankees home game was just under 9,000 fans. In the same year, Max Baer fought Joe Louis at the Yankees stadium in a non-title…

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Has The Real Estate Market Hit Bottom?

This is part two to my previous article titled, “The State of the Union Address for the Real Estate Market.” Before we get to the point of this post, we’ll assume that you’re reading my blog because your a licensed real estate agent. And if so, at least some portion of your income is derived…

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The “State of the Union” Address on the Real Estate Market

Before you read this article, you should understand that I’m an optimist and I do see the glass as half-full! However, I have learned to try and think accurately in my optimism. I have also learned to look for opportunity in adversity. In this article, I share what I believe to be the reality we…

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How to Shoot Fish in a Barrel

(Photo by hapal) How hard would it be to catch one of these fish? Probably not too hard! What would you say if I told you that you could sell homes as easily as you could catch these fish? Would you believe me? Wikipedia defines “shooting fish in a barrel” as:  an idiom, describing an…

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