Monthly Archives: November 2016


23

Nov 2016

Rules of Thumb for Showing Houses

A Floyd Wickman blog by Mike Pallin Let’s pretend that you are brand new to real estate. Just licensed, still wet behind the ears, and new to commission sales. You do know how to find the office, program a GPS app on your smartphone, open up a tablet and show people how to sign a purchase agreement, and that’s about it. You stop in the...

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15

Nov 2016

So You’ve Hired A New Training Director

A Floyd Wickman Blog by Mike Pallin Congratulations, your company must be prospering! I could stop right there and the whole point would be made, but let’s not assume anything. I say congratulations because for many companies training became a luxury. In times of austerity, belt-tightening and budget crunching, the training department is usually the first casualty. It should be the last thing a company...

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01

Nov 2016

The Ultimate Referral

A Floyd Wickman Blog by Mike Pallin When a play or musical opens on Broadway, when do the cast, crew, writer, producer, director, backers and audience find out if the production is going to close after one performance, or enjoy a long and profitable run? They all find out when the reviews come out. It’s a New York theater tradition to go out for breakfast...

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