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Why You Should Buy Now!: http://youtu.be/KJ8cUpjwmCI

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Buyers Getting Blown away by the Bling?

Keep Clients Grounded with These Priceless Tips on Resale Value...

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Could not be more true!
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My awesome wife giving you a little 2013 goal setting strategy.

Get the document she walks you through here
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B8GFhcNCQksXSHlQMDBOX1BVaU0

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Process Flow: Creating a Scalable Business – An Assembly Line of Awesomeness!

I get it, you love your business. The problem is that most of the time our love for our business gets in the way of growing our business. What's worse is when success in your business (profit/money) fuels further addiction to working IN your business rather than spending adequate time working ON your business. Success can become a set of golden handcuffs for many business owners.

So, I can't stress enough how important it is when things are going well that you need to take time out to evaluate your current business systems and review/compare your findings to your future business goals/objectives.

One of the greatest tools you MUST use early on in your business development is to "Process Map" your business. There's no better way to visualize "what makes your business run?" than to Process Map your business. 

Why do you NEED to do this? Why, in my opinion, is this the most important thing you can do to grow your business? One word:.. Bottlenecks!

Process Mapping your business allows you to diagnose bottlenecks (places of congestion/inefficiency in your business). It allows you to diagnose and fix those problems. Most importantly, Process Mapping allows you to grow your business by breaking down your business into small minute tasks. 

Once this is done, you can (like the "Henry Ford of real estate") start slowly implementing a system of people and technology to turn your business into an assembly line of awesomeness (deals, revenue, better customer service, everyone working within their strengths). 

As you slowly add the people and technology to your business you will find that you have more and more time to work ON your business and make it better and better. Your business will keep growing and growing and you will start creating an asset, a company, that you can later sell as you exit the business or move on to other worldly endeavors.
How to get started Process Mapping your business? Simple, go to LucidChart.com (http://lucidchart.com) and get started using their online mind mapping/process mapping tool to illustrate your businesses process.
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First topic: "Do you own your business or does your real estate business own you?" What are some ways you've found to systematize your business with employees or technology that bring you extra freedom to travel and pursue other interest?
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