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David Greenspan

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David Greenspan brings today’s ideas to life with fresh energy and over a decade of experience helping Realtors use Keep-in-Touch marketing to build #MindShare. As a speaker and motivator, he pokes, provokes, challenges and makes people laugh.
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I received an email reply the other day that wasn't so polite. And I had a choice – reply back or bite my tongue. In this video I share what happened.

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Has the business of real estate really changed much? I mean from 20 or 30 years ago, even 40 to 50 years ago? You’re probably thinking I’m crazy to even ask that.

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When the gas tank in your car is full, no one thinks about going to fill up gas. Do you wait until you’re out of gas and on empty to go find a gas station?

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The hardest part of your real estate business is getting the client. Although buyers are always great to have in the pipe, sellers give you the control over the deal and give you the opportunity to even double-end the deal.

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In this video I share with you how to make sure that you will be the person who was positive, who was helping others, who leaves a positive mark on the situation when it's all said and done.

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We’re now past the one-month mark of our new world and our broken routines. In a normal world, it’s important to be consistent, to stay on track with our plans and to strive to achieve our goals. All of that takes effort on a regular basis, and even more effort right now as nothing is anywhere close to normal.

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Your buyers and sellers want to know that you are still working in their best interests, even if showings are being put on pause for now. Watch the video!

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Just stalking people doesn’t get you anywhere. You need to actually engage and connect with others, and this includes posting your own content.

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The first month and a half of the year is now history. Time flies these days. And just like that you are 30 days closer to the time of the year where you should earn 60 per cent of your annual income.

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Most people cop out of what they’re supposed to focus on each day, and instead scroll their phones and make stuff up to keep themselves busy. Then they complain about not having enough time.