Monthly Archives: August 2020

Accept. Agree. Admit. Deliver

Recently on Jeb Blount’s Sales Gravy Podcast, Improv Specialist Gina Trimarco laid down the fundamentals of Improv. One of those is to accept what the other person is saying-even if you don’t agree with them. I’ve blown many deals because I didn’t agree with the customer. How many friendships and connections have been lost, blocked, […]

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Screw the certainty, take the chance

Today Fredrik Eklund is the number 1 real estate broker in the nation, but it wasn’t that long ago (10 years in fact) that he left Sweden and came to New York as a real estate nobody. (Listen to today’s post.) After getting his real estate license he went to work for a small boutique […]

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Pocket the cause. Keep the effect

When Tracy Tutor, celebrity Million Dollar Listing broker and author of “Fear Is A Four Letter Word,” was going through a divorce she had to learn how to wrestle with unreasonable attorneys while bringing her A-game to broker million dollar properties. She kept the 2 worlds separate by learning how to Pocket the cause, but […]

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Do you fear the result or the preparation

    ( The Iron Man of Major League Baseball Cal Ripken, Jr. was asked how he handled fear. He said that, when he played, he didn’t fear the result- such as the outcome of the game being decided by his bat or glove…he feared the preparation. “How I field a ball in Pee-Wee League […]

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“Never let a bat go to waste.” Working your percentages even when it seems of no use.

Eleven-time Golden Glove winner, first baseman Keith Hernandez was taking batting practice early in his career with the legendary Pete Rose looking on. Rose yelled out, “Wow, Keith, you’re 300 hitter!” Rose went on to say, “You know players really make it harder than it is, Keith. Baseball is every day for six months. To […]

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