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5 Top Sites for Real Estate Investing

February 20th, 2013 · 10 Comments

Tweet The Sales Lion Here is a site I just discovered about website marketing.  This post was about networking and linking out to other sites.  How to network like an online Superstar.   In web marketing, links are key to getting ranked in the search engines.  Since he reminded me how important linking out is […]

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Tags: Blogging · Business and Finance · real estate · Success & Wealth Building

Are Mortgage Accelerators A Scam

August 21st, 2012 · No Comments

Tweet Guest Post I met Jeffrey Smith, on the bigger pockets website.  One of his websites Ultimate Online Bargains has a number of in-depth articles. It’s worth checking out.  Jeffrey has allowed me to share this one here. Mortgage Accelerators Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer or an accountant. Nothing here should be construed as […]

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Tags: Business and Finance · real estate

How to Say it Better – The Power of Words

July 8th, 2011 · 13 Comments

Tweet How You Say it Makes All the Difference The short video below shows the incredible power of words.  How you say something can make as much difference as what you say.  Often you can gradually get someone to come around to your point of view by being creative in how you present your message.  […]

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Tags: Business and Finance · real estate · Success & Wealth Building

Purple Cow

April 15th, 2010 · 8 Comments

Tweet Seth Godin is a great marketer.  His book the Purple Cow is a fun read.  Hey who says business books have to be dry and boring.  Seth’s books certainly aren’t.  It is only 137 pages and a fast read.   But don’t let its small size fool you.  It has a powerful message. A […]

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Tags: Books · Business and Finance

1099s Are Due! Have You Sent Yours Out?

January 6th, 2010 · 15 Comments

Tweet What Is a 1099? A 1099 is an informational return required by the IRS.  Employees receive a W-2 to let them know how much income was rep0rted to the IRS.  You may also get a 1099 INT from your bank telling you how much interest you received in the prior year.  In a similar […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · Business and Finance

Exponential Wealth Conference

April 16th, 2009 · 2 Comments

Tweet Do you have a mastermind group? I am fortunate to be a member of a high level mastermind group. I am continually impressed with the ideas, knowledge, and success level  the members of my mastermind group generate.  Two members of my group are putting on an exciting event later this month, The Exponential Wealth […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · Beginner · Business and Finance · real estate

Apple iPod as a Business Tool

March 29th, 2009 · 4 Comments

Tweet Do you have an Apple iPod? How do you use it? I try to take a walk every day. It is modest exercise and it relaxes me. I also get some of my best ideas while walking. To help generate those ideas I listen to my iPod.  I listen to motivation, sales, real estate […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · Beginner · Business and Finance · real estate · Success & Wealth Building

Warren Buffett Says Now is the Time to Buy

March 16th, 2009 · 7 Comments

Tweet I am a big fan of Warren Buffett.  In fact I wrote about some of Warren Buffett’s quotes earlier. While reading another blog about investing,, I saw the following video about Warren Buffet buying stocks. A key quote from the video is: Today people who hold cash equivalents feel comfortable. They shouldn’t. They […]

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Tags: Business and Finance · Landlording · Success & Wealth Building · Uncategorized

Great Marketing With a Sense of Humor!

February 27th, 2009 · 15 Comments

Tweet I like this guy already. What great marketing! Do you think he gets noticed and remembered? Brilliant marketing, however he only did half the job. I love this, but he could have done even better. While I might remember the image,  I am not likely to remember the name and certainly not the number. […]

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Tags: Business and Finance · Humor

Lessons from Warren Buffett on Real Estate

October 18th, 2008 · 7 Comments

Tweet I really admire Warren Buffett. Not just because of his success but because he is truly ethical and has a wonderful philosophy. He is also quite quotable. Below are five of my favorites. Mr Buffett said  these regarding the stock market yet we can apply these same lessons to real estate. “It takes 20 years to build […]

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ePerks Is A Bully

September 10th, 2008 · 4 Comments

Tweet Have you heard of ePerks? They are one of the many new alternatives to the traditional multiple listing services run by Realtors. There are many great new alternatives to consumers to find real estate on the Net. Some of them have much more powerful tools for free than I pay high dollars to get […]

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Tags: Blogging · Business and Finance

What Should Be In Your Library?

August 23rd, 2008 · 9 Comments

Tweet Motivational speaker Jim Rohn says “Rich people have large libraries, poor people have large TVs.” Reading is one of the best ways of improving oneself and your real estate knowledge. On the various real estate forums I go to, a common question is “What are the best real estate books?” One of my goals […]

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Tags: Beginner · Books · Business and Finance · real estate

Review of The Worldly Philosophers

July 31st, 2008 · No Comments

Tweet I bought this book based on a recommendation from Robert Kiyosaki in his Rich Dad’s Cash Flow Quadrant book. In it he calls The Worldly Philosophers one of the most important books he has read and calls it a must read for those who are in business or investors. The book is about the […]

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Tags: Books · Business and Finance

Give Credit Where it is Due

April 18th, 2008 · 3 Comments

Tweet As real estate investors we often hear about how we need a “team”. You know, the contractors, lawyers, accountants, real estate agents etc. that we need to do this business. How do you find good team members? The best way is referrals from other successful real estate investors. This is the age old problem […]

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Can You Say Stagflation?

April 3rd, 2008 · No Comments

Tweet A serious post with a funny video Stagflation is a term from the 70s.  It is when we have inflation (higher prices) but do not have economic growth (higher wages). This is one of the worst possible economic scenarios. We could be headed that way now.  Without the higher wages of economic growth we […]

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