My Realtor-client Gerry Fiks, of Real Estate Services NC, attended the Tech Tools for Realtors conference at the Raleigh Realtors Association yesterday. I was disappointed, to say the least, that Pinterest got almost NO attention. The speakers focused on smart phone apps and Facebook.
I expect I'll be working with Gerry more in Evernote and DropBox, both great ways to share information and files without sneaker net. However, both of those…Read More
There's your word for the day!
Anosognosia is a condition in which a person who suffers disability seems unaware of or denies the existence of his or her disability.edically, it can be the result of certain strokes or brain injuries, in which a person loses awareness that half of his or her body even exists.
In the day-to-day world, anosognosia is…Read More
No, not like anchors away....
Hiring a new employee away from another business... when you know the business owner.
People in my circle have a mixture of responses to these…Read More
In The E-Myth Revisited, Michael Gerber calls the bit of writing that describes the relationship between the business, its results, and the people who do the work as a
"position contract" (p. 174). It may have once been a good label,
although the term hasn't caught on in the industry and Google equates it
with "contract position," an entirely different…
There's a simple solution to the non-words "umm" and "uhh" in public speaking: it is virtually impossible to "umm" and "uhh" when you are making eye contact with a specific person.
Umms and uhhs happen when you look at your notes, the wall, the ceiling, the floor, or a crowd. They never happen while you are looking directly at another person's eyes. Try it for yourself. Observe how people make eye contact when they speak, or don't, at the next meeting you attend.
If you're on…Read More