I’m going to make $100,000.00 this year. I’m going to close an average of more than 8 listings every month. These are indeed admirable aspirations, but most who set targets such as these will miss the mark. They’ll miss because their goals are based on future predictions that cannot be controlled. Therefore, they are more […]

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I once heard a story of an Emperor of Persia who ordered to have the waves of the ocean beaten because they would not obey him. We laugh at the ridiculousness of that scenario, but how often do we ourselves get caught up into trying to manipulate situations that are out of our jurisdiction. Knowing […]

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“You can plan a pretty picnic, but you can’t predict the weather,” Outcast. We should always aim to do the best we can, but what happens when we’ve put forth our best efforts and yet are unable to achieve the desired results? We are often hard on ourselves to the point of losing confidence in […]

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Eric Hoffer said, “In times of change, learners shall inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.” We are creatures of habit. In the simplest terms, we form habits as a way of keeping our brains from having to relearn the same things every […]

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A cosmic joke is when you think you’ve gotten something figured out, only to find later that you’re still off base. For example: mankind believed for centuries that the earth was flat. To protest otherwise could result in the accusation of heresy, punishable by death. The good thing about science is that it’s always pushing […]

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