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18 Things You Can Do Before 2018

  During November and December, many entrepreneurs are focusing business planning for 2018.    Often, this “business planning” is a complicated mess that leaves many frustrated. Many businesses will end up with a list of unrealistic goals and a lofty mission statement that looks great on paper but has no sustainable framework.    Our team…

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Burnout and What You Can Do to Stop it

For many sales professionals, 2017 has been an incredibly vigorous and fruitful year in closings.  Working in direct sales is a challenge.  Customers demand clear communication, sufficient attention, and extremely kind and pleasant interactions.  For many agents being “on” all the time is physically and emotionally draining for even the most seasoned reps.   What is…

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4 EASY Things To Boost Your Business Right Now

  It is pleasure to work with so many talented people in our industry every week.    The passions that the majority of agents have for helping people find happiness in homeownership inspires me to keep writing.   Our work is seasonal, regional, and impacted by the ebbs and flows of the economy.    …

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Get Inspired: Invest in Your Creativity for a Happier Career

 Are you happy?   Do you feel inspired? Investing in your creativity is a great way to boost your mood and your productivity.   Hobbies like painting, gardening, and cooking can help busy professionals feel less stressed and happier. The American Institute of Stress recommends making time for hobbies to reduce stress and fatigue.    Here are…

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Tips to Fight Allergens In Your Home

Having indoor allergies can make it hard to feel comfortable within your own home. It’s allergy season outside, why suffer from allergies inside as well? Dust, dander, and molds are the most common household allergens. Here are some helpful tips to make or maintain an allergen-free home.   Have a Regular Cleaning Schedule Cleaning your…

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Business Owners Can Make Their Office a Haven for Health with a Few Easy Steps

The CDC has released a report stating that over 29 million U.S. adults have diabetes and even more are at risk for development. The statistic is a somber one and is likely the result of our culture’s infatuation with convenience-driven lifestyles, longer work hours, and desk oriented jobs. 86 million adults – more than one in…

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