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Cybersecurity Month

Cybercrime can have devastating consequences for REALTORS® and their clients. Since October is Cybersecurity Month, we encourage you to evaluate your business and use best practices. One important note: Because data protection and cybersecurity laws differ across the country, NAR recommends that you work with an attorney licensed in your state to help you develop… Read more »

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Building a Team

The hardest part of building a team is getting everyone thinking on the same page, right? Wrong. It’s deeper than that. Patrick Lencioni has written several excellent books on business, and I would recommend them all. One of them is called the Five Dysfunctions of a Team, and in it he specifically talks about how… Read more »

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Why Get Involved? The Benefits of Volunteering

Yesterday, September 28th, marked the beginning of the REALTORS® Are Good Neighbors Volunteer Days, which run through October 3rd this year. This week, REALTORS® all across the nation will volunteer and work to make a difference. Last year, in 2020, NAR reported that 67% of REALTORS® volunteered on a monthly basis. But this begs the… Read more »

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Six Degrees of Communication

Human beings can be bad communicators. And it’s not entirely our fault. During our interactions, our intended message may not always be as clear as we would hope, and unfortunately humans are not mind-readers. Have you ever had a conversation, and later realized that person heard something entirely different than what you intended to say?… Read more »

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National Hispanic Heritage Month

Today marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States, which stretches from September 15th to October 15th each year. This month-long commemorative time has been celebrated since 1988, and stands to recognize the achievements and contributions of Hispanic Americans. The date of September 15 was chosen as it marks the anniversary of… Read more »

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