Fannie Continues to send out letters to appraisers warning them about banned words. Dustin explains why he doesn’t feel the same way many appraisers seem to feel about it. Check out this episode!
I’ve talked a lot about what I term the “principles of success.” I truly believe in them, and I think they are all important to achieving success. A lot of people ask me though what the one key to success is. In reality, there isn’t just one. There are many
I’ve talked many times about the principle of the mastermind. Napoleon Hill, who was one of the first people to talk about it, described it this way: when you get more than 2 people in a room with similar backgrounds, similar needs, and similar goals, then you form an additional
Much easier to navigate and much easier to understand. The Appraiser Coach has a new website. Check it out at www.theappraisercoach.com Check out this episode!
In a Mastermind meeting with other (non-appraiser) business owners, I was reminded of how well so many principles that I share with you apply across different areas, whether it’s real estate or office work. There was a man by the name of Jack who was talking about how much he has to do. He’s constantly
After a trip to Washington, D.C. and Chicago for some Mastermind classes, and a visit with my daughter at Michigan State, I went to work at my office in Idaho Falls to find that I had an “Official Mail” slip attached to my door. I thought that was a little
It’s a situation I’ve seen time and time again. Someone in the appraisal office is doing too much. They take all the phone calls. They do all the data entry. They send out all the emails. They update AMCs when needed. They make appointments. What don’t they do? Sleep, probably. I have a term for
When I first started coaching, I was told by many people that I should write a book. I was on fire with the good news that you didn’t have to be frustrated with your job, working long hours and getting nowhere. I had a model that I had found to