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A good organization is like a box of crayons. You need different colors of the spectrum, but all the crayons should fit in the box.
My best successes came on the heels of failures.
I have a theory and I really believe it. I think your worst weakness can become your greatest single strength.
Don't be afraid to go for positions, jobs or take on clients just outside of your knowledge base. It's when you're uncomfortable that you learn and grow the most.
If you stand back and analyze the best way to do something, you'll be standing there forever. Follow your gut and jump right in!
The difference between successful people and others is how long they spend time feeling sorry for themselves.
Home staging is no longer optional in this real estate market, it is a must!
If you have an idea, immediately move on it. To start that fire and get it burning immediately...it's everything.
Home staging used to be optional. Today, it's a necessity in selling a house.
I don't invest anymore in entrepreneurs who don't have charisma.
Don't you dare underestimate the power of your own instinct.
Buy with your heart, not your head. You can look at all the aspects that make a purchase practical, but that kind of thinking makes it an investment rather than a home.
The biggest challenge in business is not the competition, it's what goes on inside your own head
Shark Tales: How I turned $1,000 into a Billion Dollar Business.
The most expensive hobby a rich man could have is a boat, and the second most expensive hobby he could have is a very old house.
Finding opportunity is a matter of believing it's there.
I hate entrepreneurs with beautiful business plans.
Taking chances almost always makes for happy endings.
When you're building a business, you're either all in, or you're not.
Confidence is overrated. It's when we're uncomfortable and looking for answers that we learn and grow the most.
People imitate their leader. Lead by example.
Your people smarts will prove ten times more valuable than all the book smarts you can't get.
If you're having fun, you wind up innovating.
You steal the limelight, you steal the market share
The most effective way to build a brand is not by spending millions in advertising, but by finding a clever way to keep your name in the press.
In business, you're the Chief Salesman. Create a sense of demand, rather than waiting to have demand.
When you feel stuck and can't seem to move ahead, always remember that you don't have to get it right, you just have to get it going!
Always choose attitude over experience. Always.
Stop putting it off! Procrastination breeds guilt, guilt breeds depression, and depression breeds failure.
Instead of assuming everything you're being told is the truth, ask plenty of questions.
The story of my billion-dollar business starts like this. I borrowed $1,000 from a friend.
A funny thing happens in real estate. When it comes back, it comes back up like gangbusters.
Harebrained schemes often lead to great discoveries.
Every single thing I learned about marketing and building my business, I learned from my mom, and she had never been in the workforce. She just had great practical sense.
Make sure you pick good people to build your business with, as they'll determine 80 percent of your success.
Don't get cocky just because you've had a good run. You can lose your business as fast as you've earned it.
Especially if you're over 40, shortening the term of your loan to pay it off sooner could make you mortgage-free in retirement.
Take some time to sit down and figure out how your big rival is promoting their brand and plan something smarter and more creative for yours!
Good salesmanship is nothing more than maximizing the positive and minimizing the negative.
Empathy for the people you're working with and being aware of their needs...that's the "big kahuna" in managing people.
I've never had a really creative idea sitting at my desk. All the big ideas that made a difference happened when I was playing outside.
I've seen innovation come from something as simple as a resourceful multibillionaire who wanted to make even more money.
Insecurity is a wonderful motivator.
The best time to expand is when people are asleep at the wheel.
Buyers decide in the first eight seconds of seeing a home if they're interested in buying it. Get out of your car, walk in their shoes and see what they see within the first eight seconds.
The power of publicity is more important than advertising.
Leaders come in two flavors, expanders and containers. The best leadership teams have a mix of both.
A complainer is like a Death Eater because there's a suction of negative energy. You can catch a great attitude from great people.
If a house is priced appropriately, make a bid 10 percent below that amount.
In New York City, the meek don't inherit the earth. The big mouth does.