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Karen's weekly blog posts with sales and marketing strategies, links to member-only content, inspirational messages and the latest mortgage industry news. 

Stop me if you’ve heard this before… …Good things come to those who wait! No they don’t.  If that were true, you would be buying plane tickets the day of the flight.  Buy a flashlight after the electricity went out.  Or send your kids to college the first day of school, hoping they can get in.  The most successful people in the world have a common trait—they make decisions QUICKLY.  It may not be the right decision, but based on experience and knowledge, it could be the BEST decision at the time.  When it came time for me to make…
Instead of the old elevator speech, sharing how awesome you and your company are, have you considered getting Realtors to talk about themselves?  Real estate agents love, love, love to talk about themselves.  And the “interview” strategy is one of the ways to build relationships on a personal level with them!  View the video with some tips on what questions to ask.   
Between everything you do – family, friends, hobbies, work, play, lessons, school, well, you name it – you probably don’t have one spare minute in your life. Here are four tips to help you avoid some of those time traps that seem to suck the life out of you. Waiting time during appointments — Car repairs, oil changes, doctors, dentists, hairdressers—try to book the first or second appointment of the day. Things start to back up as the day goes on. Also, try to book in the middle of the week when things are slower. Waiting time during appointments (part 2) — If…
A few years ago, Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder, was quoted in INC Magazine as saying                 “Your margins are my opportunity!” …meaning that any business with high margins better beware because Amazon will lower the margins and still make more money (than mortgage companies make) due to its huge customer database.  So, enter Amazon’s ALEXA!  ALEXA is Amazon’s version of the verbal internet—ask a question.  Play your music.  Ask “what are mortgage interest rates today?”  Apply for a mortgage.  Find a home for sale in your city.  I have ALEXA.  While I can ask about the rates, I was not…
I recently viewed a news segment on the Japanese practice of KINTSUGI – meaning that broken objects are not something to hide or throw away, but to display with pride. So, here’s the short version.  When a bowl, vase or treasured ceramic piece falls to the ground and breaks into many pieces, most people would get upset and regretfully throw it away.  However, the Kintsugi practice is to add value to the broken object by repairing the cracks with precious metals which in turn enhances the value of the piece.   The artist joins the pieces together and the irregular patterns…
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