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Building Your Business In January

Happy New Year! If you’re taking a little bit of time to get back and running after the holiday season, you aren’t alone. In fact, CNN reports that the “back to work blues” are definitely real, and even treatable with a few changes in mindset. While you ease your way back into your regular routine,

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The Resource: January 2017

Happy New Year! We’re happy to share some great articles with you this month. Please feel free to pass these along to clients, friends and family. New Year, New Start Cleaning Resolutions to Make in 2017 (Real Simple) Decorating Resolutions You’ll Want To Stick To (Better Homes and Gardens) 2017 Cleaning Calendar (Real Simple /

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Business Resolutions for 2017

This is a wonderful time of year to reflect on the last year in business and make some business resolutions to bring more success in the coming year. Did you accomplish everything you set out to do? Did your business grow and flourish? What’s left undone? What can you do to increase success in 2017?

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Houston

Do You Have Too Many Social Media Accounts?

Don’t be crazy – having a strong presence on social media is crucial to your business. It’s free marketing and advertising, after all. Not to mention that more and more, people are looking online for help in almost every industry. However, your social media accounts could also be hurting your chances of securing that next client.

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Houston

4 Apps That Make Instagram More Fun

Are you a REALTOR®? You are? You’re using Instagram, then, right? WHAT? Stop reading this, go set up your Instagram account, and come right back. In a business as visual as Real Estate, Instagram is one of your best tools for showcasing just about everything your potential customers want to know about you and your

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Starting Business Conversations With Strangers

Many of us regularly attend networking events, mingle with colleagues and potential clients, pass out business cards, follow up and hope to gain a little business from each event. But, if you stop to think about the daily encounters you have with strangers, from elevator rides to standing in line at the grocery store, your

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