My friends tell me there was a pool on how long I would last at NAR and that most of the action was around 18 months. Nobody thought it would be more than double that. Not even me. My first week in the Chicago office, NAR CEO Dale Stinton invited me to his office to [...]
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One of the best parts about my job at NAR is getting to work in the “Publications” department. For most of my career, I have worked with other sales professionals. It’s been great to work with people that have completely different skill sets. The folks at REALTOR@ Magazine approched me to write the cover story [...]
Is wasn’t that long ago the re.pundits were discussing the implications of Google’s entry into real estate. Now, it’s time to talk about their retreat. I’m sorry to see them go. I thought Google’s entry into RE was a good thing because competition is good. Since that time, Move has completely overhauled REALTOR.com into something [...]
A tale of two quarterbacks: Mike was a solid high school quarterback, but considered undersized once he moved on to college. A hit from another player almost killed him and his career as a quarterback quickly came to a close. Mike became a coach. He started as an assistant coach in the college ranks and [...]
I’m trying to figure out how many RE BarCamps there have been. I remember when Andy thought up the first one. I just hoped we would be successful enough to do it again the next year. Here’s my list, but I know I’m missing a bunch of them. Please report any cities I missed, or the number [...]
Oh, and bit.ly says about 250 people fell for the RickRoll.