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Tomorrow Will Be Better

Tomorrow Will Be Better

When coaching and the emigrant mindset meet, great things can happen. What is the emigrant mindset? In Brian Buffini’s new book, “The Emigrant Edge,” he outlines the seven traits shared by emigrants who have achieved success in America. Despite being at a disadvantage, such as not understanding the culture and not having established relationships, emigrants […]

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Rise Above to Stand Out!

Rise Above to Stand Out!

“You’re either standing out or you’re blending in!” – Joe Niego To rise above the competition in today’s real estate market, true professionals must be skillfully trained and savvy on the most innovative techniques to outmaneuver the rest of the pack. These skills include your communication skills, presentations skills, leadership skills, and negotiating skills. Technology […]

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Building a Business that Lasts

Building a Business that Lasts

To build a sustainable business that lasts, one needs to continue developing and growing their own vision, culture and values. In addition, the successful entrepreneur utilizes timeless principles to attack their business plan with a budget, written goals and a daily focus on lead generation. Your business is meant to be a living, working document. […]

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Maximize Your Emotional Intelligence

Maximize Your Emotional Intelligence

When you work by referral, your relationships drive your business. The better you connect with your clients, the more referrals you’ll get and the more business you’ll have. At the center of it all is emotional intelligence or EQ. A high EQ will not only help you build the foundation of your relationships with your […]

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Personal Growth & Development

From Skeptic to Believer: My Personal Growth & Development Journey

“I’m Good Enough, I’m Smart Enough, and Doggone It, People Like Me!” I can still see the infamous Saturday night live self-help guru, Stuart Smalley turning around, looking at himself in the mirror, and satirically/mockingly reciting these words on his “Daily Affirmations with Stuart Smalley” show. This was my original ignorant and immature view of […]

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