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How to Work With and Lead People Not Like You

Author : Kelly McDonald
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If you're in a diverse team, you know employee differences can cause miscommunication, lower trust, and hurt productivity. . . It doesn't have to be this way! The people you work with may be from a different generation, different culture, different race, different gender, or just a different philosophy toward work and life in general, but you need to work together toward a common goal. How to Work With and Lead People Not Like You explains how to dial down the differences, smooth out the friction, and play upon each other's strengths to become more effective, more productive, and less stressed. The keys are to find the common ground and identify hidden conflicts that are hurting productivity. Many people shudder at the prospect of working with diverse groups of people, but they can't voice their fear or anxiety. At work, it's not OK or politically correct to say, 'I'm uncomfortable with this person.' In fact, if you do say something along those lines, your job may be at risk. Your company may terminate you for not being on the 'diversity bandwagon.' So you keep quiet and you keep your thoughts to yourself. But deep down, you are uncomfortable. If you feel like this, it doesn't mean you're racist, sexist, ageist, homophobic, or any other negative label. It means you're struggling. You're struggling to understand people, cultures, or values that are unfamiliar to you. You're struggling to do your job with teammates and coworkers who may have very different viewpoints or different approaches to communication than you have. You're struggling to overcome differences and pull together to achieve high performance at work. Whether you're leading a diverse team, working in a challenging cross-cultural environment, or simply working with people who are 'not like you,' you need to be able to get along with everyone as a team, to get the work done. This book explains the skills you need to communicate, motivate, and inspire people to collaborate—even if they have very different values, lifestyles, or priorities. Learn key steps that bring cohesion to diversity How to have a constructive conversation about working alongside people who are different The four magic words that make this easier and smooth over friction What not to say—and why Learn to set aside differences and get things done Learn how to handle a racist, sexist, homophobic or offensive remark in a professional way Retain your sanity when colleagues drive you crazy The changing demographics of today's workforce bring conflicting viewpoints, perspectives, approaches, skills, habits, and personalities together in one place; whether that leads to synergy or catastrophe is up to you. How to Work With and Lead People Not Like You helps you turn a hurdle into an advantage so you or your team can do more, achieve more, and enjoy the ride.

The Complete Guide to Real Estate Options

Author : Steven D. Fisher
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You are about to learn the true secret of real estate investing real estate options. WHO really makes money in Real Estate? Realtors, sellers, appraisers, the bank, brokers, mortgage brokers, closing companies, attorneys, taxing authorities, and lastly perhaps you the investor who takes all the risk and does all the work, while having to evict tenants and clean up their mess after theyâe(tm)ve left. But there is a new, unique and innovative method of investing in real estate. A Real Estate Option gives you control of a piece of real estate without actually purchasing it. By having an option on a piece of property, you have the exclusive right to buy that property or not. A real estate option is simply a contract between the seller and buyer giving you the legal right not obligation to buy the property at a set price for a predetermined time. When you find a buyer for the property, you cash in your option and deposit a large check. Most real estate investment methods require you to sink a lot of your money, time, and effort into your investments. And it is a slow process, usually one property at a time, often part-time. Using an option instead of purchasing means you do not have to deal with rental property, tenants, maintenance and repairs, taxes, mortgage payments, commissions, or closing costs. In this new book you will learn how to control a vast real estate portfolio without ever buying the property. Let the owner keep paying the mortgage, dealing with tenants and all of the costs. You zero in on the profits. Here is an example, you locate a duplex worth $400,000, you purchase an option to buy it for $340,000 anytime within the next 120 days. On Day 60, you find a buyer who will pay the full $400,000., you activate the option, pay the seller $340,000, and pocket $60,000. This is a simplified example, but this new book details how to become a highly successful real estate option buyer, and it demonstrates step-by-step how to get started in this highly rewarding investment strategy. Atlantic Publishing is a small, independent publishing company based in Ocala, Florida. Founded over twenty years ago in the company presidentâe(tm)s garage, Atlantic Publishing has grown to become a renowned resource for non-fiction books. Today, over 450 titles are in print covering subjects such as small business, healthy living, management, finance, careers, and real estate. Atlantic Publishing prides itself on producing award winning, high-quality manuals that give readers up-to-date, pertinent information, real-world examples, and case studies with expert advice. Every book has resources, contact information, and web sites of the products or companies discussed.

Realtor at Work

Author : Clear to Close
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Are you Looking for a Funny Real Estate Agent's Journal! Show your Love of the Real Estate Profession and your dedication to your Clients. 100% Chance of laughter Journal Paper ready for you to fill with your notes on the go, track appointments, ideas, clients notes. It can be used as a Planner, Diary or just a Composition Book. Great size to carry everywhere in your bag, for work, office or back to school. GREAT HOLIDAY GIFT !! - Soft Cover Notebook - 6 x 9 120 Pages Makes a perfect gift idea for: New Realtors Realtor Appreciation Christmas Gifts Birthday Presents Coworkers and more!

Working Families at the Margins

Author : United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families
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My Journey As A Realtor

Author : Pat Morrell-Donnelly
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This is a book about the life and experiences of Pat Morrell as a Realtor, and a real estate broker. On her long journey she spent over fifty one years in the real estate industry as an active agent. She traveled through many valleys and over many mountains, experiencing challenges, losses, and trying times. It required faith, determination, and persistance. There were constant, new experiences, and changes in the “market,” and the paper work requirements. The book includes articles and poems Pat wrote that were published over the years in the Real Toro, Real Estate Guide, and SACBOR by her real estate board. Some of the articles are “motivational,” and some are about the lives of realtors, including President’s of her Board of Realtors. Her book, “So You Want To Sell Real Estate” was started over thirty years ago, and never completed. Because of other obligations, and life’s challenges, it was filed away until just recently. Those pages are included in her book, as well as other miscellaneous, inspirational, motivational, and thought provoking articles and poems. The “survivor’s” can take a trip down “memory lane, ” journeying” back through the years.

Today s Realtor

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Content Strategy At Work

Author : Margot Bloomstein
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Outlines the principles of content strategy, including case studies of Johns Hopkins Medicine, MINI, and Icebreaker.

Hearings Before the United States Commission on Civil Rights Hearings Held in Los Angeles California January 25 1960 January 26 1960 San Francisco California January 27 1960 January 28 1960

Author : United States Commission on Civil Rights
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What Your Realtor Loan Officer and Appraiser Forgot to Tell You

Author : Richard S. Kosoff
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You are in the market to buy a house. To be successful, you want to: A. find a local Real Estate agent who is a professional. B. obtain financing and determine how much you can afford. C. understand the process. D. be TAKEN TO THE CLEANERS. If you selected A, B, or C, then this book’s definitely for you. What Your Realtor, Loan Officer and Appraiser Forgot to Tell You, is an inside look that combines facts regarding the “how to and how much” with plenty of unique stories from past clients. The result is an enjoyable read that maps out how to purchase a home and SAVE MONEY.

The Realtor

Author : May’lon Miranda
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Olivia and Craig have what seems like the perfect relationship. Once they decided to get a house off campus, strange events begin to occur. Olivia begins to suspect that their odd yet friendly realtor, Bernie, might be involved. After a horrific experience, followed by a missing classmate, Olivia decides to secretly do her own investigation to get to the truth, but like the saying goes, “Be careful what you wish for.”

How to Make Your Realtor Get You the Best Deal

Author : Susan Plage
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Almy s Observations Over 50 Years as a Realtor

Author : Buddy Almy
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Realtor Magazine

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Letting Go

Author : Nancy A. Kaiser
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LETTING GO is the extraordinary story of a woman who retires with her husband to the mountains of North Carolina to build their dream retirement home. Just as she embarks on this fabulous new chapter in her life, her husband confesses, "I never wanted any of this... ." Follow her struggle to learn from and let go of the devastating feelings of betrayal, grief, anger, fear, and loneliness that engulf her after they separate and divorce. Abandoned 600 miles from everyone she knows, her dream shattered, without a home or job, she dares to ask, "Why?" The answers lay buried deep beneath her pain. Join her as her quest for Truth reveals the most unusual teachers from within Nature and the spiritual realms, available only to those with courage to seek answers. Discover how she learns to let go and embrace her destiny.

The Realtor

Author : Cynthia Havdale
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Liv Grisdale is a top producing realtor in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. When Ian Stewart asks her to list his ten acre farm in Langley, she accepts, although marketing farms is not her forte. Liv's task becomes increasingly complicated as she discovers that Ian and his wife Claire are in the middle of a vicious divorce, and that Ian is using the sale of the farm to manipulate his wife. As their realtor, Liv unavoidably becomes embroiled in their conflict, and when to her own surprise she procures a buyer willing to agree to Ian's convoluted terms, thus achieving revenge for Claire, she finds herself the target of Ian and his father's wrath. The intriguing aftermath of the sale comes to an end in an unexpected dramatic turn of events guaranteed to amaze.

Realtor for Life

Author : Duane Duggan
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What's it mean to be a REALTOR(r) for Life? First of all, an agent needs to become a REALTOR(r)! Not all real estate agents are REALTORS(r). The term REALTOR(r) is the exclusive designation of members of the National Association of REALTORS(r) and it's local boards. REALTOR(r) is listed in the US patent office as a registered trademark. Licensing is just the first step in an agent's career. Once an agent makes the commitment to being a REALTOR(r), they subscribe to the REALTORS(r) Code of Ethics, which was first adopted in 1913. Knowing and following the Code of Ethics sets the REALTOR(r) member apart from other real estate professionals. Since 1913, The Code of Ethics has evolved and changes are usually made each year to keep up with new issues in the real estate industry. REALTORS are required to take an ethics refresher course every four years to keep abreast of the changes. The Code of Ethics is known as the "golden thread" of the industry, dedicated to raising the standards of professionalism and service in real estate. The Code provides a guide for how REALTORS(r) interact with each other, and work toward furthering clients' interests. Since 2013, The Code consists of 17 Articles, 71 Standards of Practice, and 131 explanatory cases. An individual REALTOR(r) member's local Board of REALTORS(r) is responsible for enforcing the code. REALTOR(r) for Life from my point of view The majority of REALTORS(r) have had other careers before going "into real estate". For some reason, my first year of college, I declared my major to be in Business with an emphasis in Real Estate. I became a REALTOR(r) and started selling real estate as my first position out in the work world. As of 2015, I have been a REALTOR(r) for 37 years, truly a REALTOR(r) for my entire business life. REALTOR (r) for Life from the client's point of view One of the most rewarding parts of my career is that many of my clients have chosen me to be their REALTOR(r) for Life. Often, I have met someone and helped them buy their first home. I have helped some clients buy 3 or 4 personal residences in their life. In some cases I am even preparing to work with the 3rd generation of clients in a family! In addition to buying homes, I have also helped them build real estate portfolios. I have helped them save for college or retirement through real estate. I have helped them buy real estate within their retirement account and do 1031 Exchanges to grow their portfolio. I've helped find college condos for their kids. Because I have met and know thousands of REALTORS(r) personally I help them find a REALTOR(r) wherever they know anyone buying or selling across the country and now the globe. Toward the end of their life, I help with consolidating real estate investments, down sizing, and ultimately working with their estate planning attorney. More than once I have been named in a will to be the REALTOR(r) to sell the house. As REALTORS(r), we always need to keep in mind we are not attorneys, tax experts, mortgage loan officers, security dealers or financial planners. It is important to know about all the various ideas discussed in this book, but also very important to have a team of experts that you can rely upon to help your clients with their decisions relative to the areas that we are not licensed to perform. The main intent of this book is to help you be the trusted advisor for your clients on all matters real estate, and in return they will call you their "REALTOR(r) for Life". I want to provide you with a resource that you can read all the way through and then keep ready as a reference. My hope is that you will get an idea from this book that will enhance your or your client's life.

Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs. Subcommittee on Housing and Community Development
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Freedom at Work

Author : Maria E. Torres-Guzman
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This book explores the freedom to use the language resources we have at our disposal to learn to our fullest, to engage in inquiry about learning and teaching, and to go beyond the surface in topics of schooling and education. Within a particular school context, the author explores how these freedoms came into being, how they took shape, and what they meant for the individuals involved. She shows that the individual and social freedoms in which the teacher and the learner operate within schools are important measures and outcomes of intellectual development. In connecting language, culture, learning, and intellectual development as freedoms in her own life, the author explores a new way of seeing the role of multiple languages in education and the freedom to learn.

How To Buy a Home in Louisville Kentucky

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Becoming a Real Estate Agent

Author : Tom Chiarella
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Choosing a profession begins with imagining yourself in a career: here are all the details you need to get started in the popular field of real estate—from salary expectations, regional challenges, and how to use social media to your lucrative advantage. What makes a great real estate agent? Is it just numbers? Sales volume? How do you get to the top of the market in boom times? How do you survive a soft market? What tools must you bring to the job? Is it at all like those reality shows on TV? Starting in his own backyard, Esquire writer Tom Chiarella explores the requisite skills needed to thrive in various real estate scenarios: a static buyer’s market in rural Indiana, a booming seller’s market in Seattle, and the incredibly high-end market of Chicago’s luxury high-rises. Forming a personal connection with each of his subjects, he watches them work in the front seat of their cars, at lunches, on street corners, and in the doorways of homes. What Chiarella discovers is that great real estate agents devote themselves to the job with a sense of craftsmanship. Showcasing the individual tools used to develop a successful real estate career, Becoming a Real Estate Agent profiles individuals who live a life of thrilling improvisation, action, and instinct—a life in which excellence is sometimes gauged by the ability to walk away from a commission when circumstance demands it.