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Sue Styles has nearly two decades of experience coaching real estate agents and is the CEO of The Successful Solopreneurs School of Business. She guides real estate agents to maximize their potential and reach unwavering results by revealing their possibilities, challenging the status quo and setting up their systems for success. Author of three books and professional speaker. Reach out for business coaching and resources! Send her an email.

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There are those who are finding that their share of the market is actually increasing during the crisis. How can you take their insights and apply them to your own business?

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Here are three things you can add to your daily schedule if you are struggling and need some business clients.

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Every month people wanting to get into the real estate business call me asking for advice. Before giving any advice though, my first instinct is to say, “Are you sure?”

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Starting a new career and business is often thrilling and (nerve-racking) to begin with, but the excitement of hustling and doing another deal can often merge into and replace other priorities if we are not careful.

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Many agents that I sit down with and assess suffer from “secret agent syndrome”. If you can take two minutes to read along, maybe you will discover that your business has been suffering too.

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Here are three simple steps that will have you overcoming your challenges today and seeing better results tomorrow.

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For Re/Max Real Estate (Central) in Calgary, after so many years with the same owner, same name, same building, how do they keep from becoming just the “same old, same old”?

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Here are some ideas you can use over and over again, that anyone can easily follow for a successful online marketing campaign.

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Working with a team may not appeal to every real estate agent, but those who persevere through the growing pains can enjoy support not available to the lone ranger.

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If you missed the National Association of Realtors national conference this year, or if you didn’t make it to as many sessions as you would have liked, here are my top take-aways.