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I'm looking to pay someone to come to my Short Hills, NJ office and teach about 10 agents how to navigate around Evernote. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'd like to make it a live seminar for 2 to 3 hours where agents can bring their laptops and ipads and watch as Evernote is explained on the big screen at the same time. I appreciate any ideas! Thanks!
For me, it depends what they do, who are our mutual connections, and if I like what i read about them. I don't accept anyone without reading their profile, anyone who uses a company name, a photo of someone obviously not that person, or people who are in my exact market, I politely say know. I'm fairly picky there.
Social media is like exercise to me. I work out 4-5x a week butnot just for my body If I miss a week I have to start over and it comes back quickly, but I am not fully focused or informed, and I miss my gym buddies. Social media can give you a little adrenalin, a boost, and a connection to many people you know, as well as strangers or people you'd like to know. It also gives people a chance to know what you stand for, what you like and a great way to build relationships to increase business, as well as get & share great ideas that you might otherwise miss. You have to find a balance and turn it off at times, but it is a window to a big world that offers vision in both directions.
Nope. You cannot "call to get permission" to sign on behalf of seller! Not if you want to stay out of court. Imagine if buyer later has buyer's remorse, after seller signs. Buyer comes back and says they never made those initials, that their agent did. Agent says she was told to do it. Buyer says no you misunderstood. Who do you think is at risk there to lose a license?