Greetings from Las Vegas — I’m not sure what time it is, even though I’ve been fully awake for, oh, a few hours. But some
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It’s a very personal, a very important thing. Hell, it’s a family motto. Are you ready, Jerry? I wanna make sure you’re ready, brother. Here
I had promised in Part 2 of this series that I would tackle the so-called “K-Dub” model in this part. Well, I’ve decided against it.
In Part 1, we explored the traditional brokerage model by the numbers and found that there are significant issues with the current model as constructed.
One of the more insightful posts on the industry came earlier this week from one of the more insightful people in the industry: Nicolai Kolding,
Marc Davison (@1000wattmarc) of 1000watt Consulting is one of the top thinkers and one of the most compelling writers in our industry, and his latest
At last. We have arrived at the destination of this series. (See parts 1, 2, 3, and 4). In Part 2 of this series, I
So earlier tonight, I asked a simple question on Twitter: Question: How many of you Realtors have a business plan? How many years does it
Just thought some of you might want to check out this new post over on 7DS Associates blog: The annual Brokerage Performance Report put together