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Ideas for Realtors on how to use Periscope in your real estate business. Q&A

Don’t miss this broadcast with some great ideas on how to use Periscope in your real estate business.  Host a #ScopenHouse the next time you get a new listing or have a buyer who isn’t local.

There’s also some great tips on how to attract more clients using Twitter. There’s some hot leads on Twitter if you know where to look.

Please join me and connect with me on Periscope.  My user name is @NadineLarder or just search my name and you’ll find me.  Much more to come on how to market your real estate business, both online and offline.

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Valentine’s Day Marketing Ideas – FREE Word Search Handout

Valentines Day Maketing HandoutThe piece we ran on Thanksgiving marketing ideas was a huge hit, so we thought you might want to market yourself for Valentine’s Day too. I personally think marketing you do at the beginning of the year will help your spring selling season.  The time of year when a majority of people contemplate moving.

Use this Valentine’s Day word we created for you in MS Word to market yourself.  Any reason to get in touch is a good one and most people find word search puzzles entertaining.  They are almost hard to resist when one shows up.

A great way to collect leads with the word search puzzle is to do a drawing for anyone who sends you a completed puzzle.  Have them email them in or snap a photo of the completed puzzle with their cell phones and text you a photo of the completed puzzle.  Offer double points if they pose with the kids holding the completed puzzle!  At a minimum, you should collect their name, email address (to alert the winner) and if they text their answers in, you’ll have a cell phone number to add to your database.

The photos that you collect can serve as a reason to blog about the happenings in the neighborhoods you farm as well as posting some of the photos on social media to get some activity brewing.  Including the word search as a PDF in an email blast with the Pinterest Valentinesinvitation to join in your drawing will also increase participation.

We hope the word search puzzle is helpful in generating leads and building relationships with the community you serve.  If you’re looking for more ideas on how to market yourself during Valentine’s Day, check out our Pinterest Board!  We’ve pinned 14 great ideas for the occasion.  Happy marketing!

Thanksgiving Marketing Ideas – FREE Thanksgiving Word Search Handout

The piece we ran on Halloween marketing ideas was a huge hit, so we thought you might want some ideas to market yourself for Thanksgiving too. I personally think marketing you do in November will have more impact than what you put out in December. It gives you an opportunity to express how thankful you are, and it’s a holiday most Americans celebrate, no matter their religious beliefs.

There sure is a lot to be thankful for and it’s a great reason to get in touch, therefore a great reason for marketing and getting yourself out there. People are overwhelmed with the barrage of marketing for the holidays, it’s everywhere we turn and big companies with big budgets kind of outshine the “little guy” in December. I received my Toys R Us Catalog before Halloween this year.

Here’s some ideas to get the creative juices flowing:

Use thanksgiving greeting cards. Everyone else will send traditional holiday cards in December. The best way to stand out is to do what everyone else ISN’T doing. I was listening to a presentation where Ben Kinney (super star KW agent) talked about how he is increasing his postcard marketing budget because so many are abandoning the tried and tested traditional marketing methods of using real estate marketing postcards.

Pick up the phone! No one wants to pick up the phone anymore, which is why you should do it! Call your sphere of influence to say “hi,” wish them a Happy Thanksgiving and to offer your services, should they need your expertise. This could lead to referrals because as we all know, this is the time of year when people are far more social with family and friends. If you want to be top of mind, stay top of mind by being present.

Email something the people in your database would find useful for their Thanksgiving celebrations. The ultimate turkey recipe, how to cook a ham, the secrets to avoiding holiday traffic or anything else you can think of which your database would find valuable. If it’s something of value, it’s a perfect reason to get and stay in touch.

Get yourself on Pinterest! There’s an endless number of ideas for inexpensive give aways to choose from with a quick search on Pinterest. Stopping by past client homes to drop off a small Thanksgiving Day token is a great excuse to drop by. Brian Buffini uses the term “pop-by” to describe the action of popping by, where you leave the car running as you stop by quickly to say “hi,” provide well wishes and get on your merry way to see the next person on your list. It’s not an intrusion when it’s a quick visit and you never go past the front door! How would your business benefit and grow if you added the “pop-by” to one of the many ways you connect with clients, both past and present. It’s brilliant and it works!

Download this FREE Thanksgiving Day word search (below) we created for you, customize it to fit your business andThanksgiving Word Search Puzzle get it out! Offer a prize or drawing for those who send you a picture of their completed word search to increase the engagement with your audience. Post it on your social media channels, your website and encourage competition to make it fun! As people respond, you’ll be collecting leads AND building a relationship. Step it up a notch by having a competition with one of the other agents in your office to see who can get the most responses. Publicize your competition to get your sphere of influence to help you rally for the win!

There’s plenty of excuses to get in touch and most people absolutely celebrate thanksgiving, making it the ultimate excuse. I don’t think you’ll ever find someone who doesn’t appreciate Thanksgiving well wishes…so it’s safe to get out there and connect!

FSBO Lead Generation Tactics – FREE Download

FSBO Lead Generation TacticsWhen many sellers get ready to sell their homes, the first question many consider is, “Can I get away with not using a Realtor®?” With all of the For Sale By Owner (FSBO) websites popping up, it’s easy for a homeowner to think they can save money by listing the property themselves and not paying your commission. You and I know that’s simply not true and that homes sold by Realtors® sell for more and much faster, it’s been proven time and time again.

With lead generation being critical to the success of any real estate agent’s business, prospecting to FSBO’s offers an extremely targeted list of prospects/leads to target.  The key is showing the person who has decided to go FSBO that it is in their best interest to use your services.  Here’s some great objection handling information (which can be downloaded as a flyer…free) for you to use the next time you’re speaking with someone about the advantages of using a Realtor® vs. selling it themselves. It’s a no-brainer!



Buyer’s Commission
As a seller, you would still end up paying the buyer’s agent commission if you sell your own home. This means that your savings is not 6%, but rather 3%. That amounts to $7500 on a $250,000 house. While that may still sound like a significant amount of money, think about the amount of work you’ll do to get the word out. How much is your time worth? Realtors® really do earn their pay.

Listing Services
When you use an agent, they take care of listing your property. They do this not only locally, but also on the internet, where 90% of home buyers look before purchasing a home.

You can certainly list your own home online, but it isn’t free – sites with Multi-Listing Service (MLS) access charge anything from a $395 flat fee to $199 for a 6 month listing. And you want to make sure to hit all the major sites, free or paid. It’s the only way to make sure you are visible to all potential buyers and their agents.

A Realtor® will take care of all of these listings for you, so you don’t have to worry about which sites to use, how long they take to set up, or how much they cost.

Screening Buyers
When you use an agent, they receive all of the calls and weed out the ‘just curious’ lookers or others who would not be able to qualify to buy your house. When you list the home for sale on your own, you have to take ALL the calls and emails yourself. This is another serious time commitment. There’s nothing more frustrating than spending two weeks going back and forth with a potential buyer only to find out they never had financing.

An agent will have the experience to be able to tell right away if someone isn’t going to be able to complete a purchase. And, if a potential buyer does end up wasting their time, that’s part of what you’re paying them to handle. This way, you can spend time on your own commitments and let your agent handle the curious and the serious buyers.

There’s also the consideration of safety.  Most experienced Realtors® won’t work with buyers who aren’t pre-qualified and pre-screened by a mortgage broker. Getting pre-qualified requires showing proof of identification, financial background, a credit check, etc.  It’s good to avoid having complete strangers traipsing through your home with no record of who they are.

Buzz Creation
Real estate agents belong to a close-knit community and know how to build buzz about your property with other agents. In doing this, they are exposing your home to a market you wouldn’t have access to on your own. When a Realtor® can call up a professional contact and recommend they bring a client by, you have an immediate prospect that is actually ready to buy.

In addition, agents have a lot of experience setting up open houses and creating interest in their events. An agent isn’t going to want to waste time or money on an open house that isn’t attended, so they will put their network and advertising skills to good use on your behalf.

Price Setting
The key reason sellers choose to go on their own is to save money. Unfortunately, a real estate agent can offer significant expertise in setting a price-point for your property. They have experience in the area, so they know what price to ask for that will bring good value while also selling your property quickly.

Homeowners have the potential to fall off of both sides of the pricing wagon. Some homeowners love their house so much they price it inappropriately highly, resulting in it sitting on the market unsold for months. Others are unsure of themselves and need to move quickly, so they underprice their homes and cost themselves a lot more financially than they would have saved in commissions.

Ironically, the founder of ForSaleByOwner.com had to use an agent to sell his own home after he “mispriced” it and couldn’t sell it himself. Not only did he gain a lot of money in the price – even after the commission – the property sold quickly.

Paperwork
If you do find a buyer on your own, you’ll quickly realize the mountain of paperwork that it takes to complete a sale. It takes a lot of time to understand all the legal and financial forms you need to make available and sign with the buyer. A mistake in the paperwork and proper disclosures can open you up to serious liability or financial loss.

If you do sell on your own, the sales paperwork is an area where you can’t afford to go it alone. Make sure you do your research and perhaps even consult a real estate lawyer to help you draft the correct forms and disclosures so that you don’t find yourself in significant trouble later.

In the final analysis, you may save a few bucks by going the FSBO route. Unfortunately, you will also spend a significant amount of time, in addition to your current professional and personal obligations, to do so. You may also misprice your home, and you’ll need a lot of help with the final paperwork once you find a buyer. In the end, using a real estate agent is the easier and more affordable way to go.

Realtor® Rip Off Report: How to Avoid Lead Generation Ripoffs

Market Leader Rip Off ReportEvery Realtor® needs leads in order to show and sell properties. Getting leads can be a lot of work, and many Realtors® don’t know where to start. As a result, some Realtors® turn to lead generation services that promise to do all the legwork. Sounds great, right!  Please read on….Market Leader is one such service, however according to many complaints they simply take your money and do not provide the promised leads. By locking Realtors® into a multi-month contract, services like Market Leader leave professionals with nowhere to turn despite not getting what was promised.

Market Leader Issues
Market Leader promises to generate a certain number of leads within your area code, but over time many Realtor®s are seeing the leads from outside their area. One customer was finally told that Market Leader cannot promise where leads come from. That makes the leads useless.

Past customers also report that once a contract is in place, Market Leader and many other services will work hard to make sure you can’t get out of it. Customers have complained that they have been told they need 35 day written notice (long enough to charge you an extra month) and that they have to cancel by a certain day of the month in order to have it process in time.

Unfortunately, the complaints about customer service abound as well, both on posts to their Facebook site (Posts to Page on the left sidebar) and on external services. Many customers say they get ‘outside business hours’ messages in the early afternoon, or are not allowed to speak to a supervisor when they wish to dispute charges. There are also many technical issues with the site and Realtors® are simply told that a ‘ticket has been submitted’. Some Realtors® had customers reporting the campaign emails as spam because the Market Leader campaigns were malfunctioning, and multiple calls to customer service did nothing to fix the issue.

You can read all of the gory details from the Facebook group, “What Should I Spend My Monday On?” It’s  a good group!

Finally, users with Macs do not have nearly the functionality of other subscribers, but they pay the same high prices. The creative portions where you create your own mailings have to be done from a PC. Even with a PC, you cannot verify ownership of your domain with Market Leader so apparently there is no syncing with Google apps to coordinate with a team.

For a service that charges $580 a month and locks you into a 6 month contract, you have a right to expect better. In fact, if you put those kinds of resources to work in your own lead generation efforts, you could grow your business dramatically and remain in control of the quality of the leads you attract.

How to Avoid Ripoffs and Generate Your Own Leads
Here at the Real Estate Marketing Magazine, we have a free e-book that can help you get a jump-start on your lead generation efforts. You don’t even have to start spending your hard earned cash! Here are some tips from the e-book and beyond.

Start with those you know. I know, no one likes to harass friends and family. But remember, you’re in this to SERVE, and folks need help finding a great place to live! Finding a great Realtor® isn’t as easy as you’d think.  Keep in mind that it isn’t just who you know, it’s who THEY know also. Use our free calls scripts and letters to help you reach out to the people in your sphere.

By starting with those you already know and asking for referrals, you can begin your network with those who already know and trust you. And trust sells!

Social Media
Social media is a great way to reach out to those you don’t know, build relationships, and nurture prospects. You can establish a Facebook site for your realty business, and post photos from your listings to Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and even Twitter! In addition, you can establish a website using easy-to-build templates through any number of services. Squarespace is well known for having great visually-focused templates, which is a major bonus for any Realtor®! Remember, when you help people see themselves in your properties, your sales job is almost done.

Business Cards and Mailings
A professionally designed business card is essential for any successful Realtor®. Services such as PrinterBees have hundreds of real estate business card templates to choose from.  In addition, sending farming postcards to people in your area to announce a new listing or an open house can be very effective. Postcards get seen more readily than letters, which residents often throw away without opening because they are  seen as ‘junk mail’. Postcards with great graphics are eye-catching and already ‘opened’!  PrinterBees has a huge selection of real estate marketing postcards for any type of lead generation program you want to kick off.

These are just a few examples of low-cost ways to begin to gain leads. There are many more. See each person you meet as a potential sale – if not them, then someone they know! Learn how to connect quickly through conversation and assess their needs. When you add a new person to your network, it isn’t one person – it’s more likely 100, since you add their entire network as well. With this mindset, you’ll see that the world is your oyster – and you don’t need to pay $580 a month and be plagued with issues to access it!

Have these call scripts emailed to you. They work great for contacting your sphere of influence.

How to Take Great Listing Photos that Sell Homes Fast

Real Estate Listing PhotosIn today’s internet-focused culture, how you post your real estate listings online can easily make the difference between a sale and not even getting a call. Most Realtors® know that a listing with photos will get many more calls than one without. Unfortunately, many Realtors® don’t have a great idea of how to best display their listings online. Following these simple tips will help you take great listing photos and sell your properties quickly.

Use a High Quality Camera
Consider a good camera to be a necessary investment in your real estate business. Using a cell phone or simple point-and-click camera will look unprofessional and result it unclear, grainy photos. You want to display both yourself and your listing in the best, most professional light possible.

A professional photographer setup isn’t necessary for a Realtors®, but a good resolution camera with a tripod will result in high quality, clear photographs that will really make your online listings stand out among the rest.

Make Sure You Have Good Light
In any photograph, the light sets the scene and makes it easy to see the details of what’s in the picture. A picture that’s dark sends a message that the home is dark itself, which is not feature buyers are looking for! In addition, real estate listing photosdarkness tends to make people think of dirtiness and hidden problems. Getting photos that are properly lit will help potential buyers have a chance to fall in love with a home.

To achieve proper lighting, take your pictures on a sunny day. Open windows to let in light. Consider bringing in lamps if a room doesn’t have enough natural light to frame it well. Take time to research lighting setups or take an introductory photography class if you have time. Remember, you’re investing in yourself and your success!

Choose your Listing’s Best Side
I’m not talking about the particular side of the house, of course. I’m talking about making sure that you frame everything you photograph in the best possible way. Make sure rooms are picked up and organized before photographing inside. When taking pictures outside, avoid unattractive features such as torn awnings or an ugly yard. Avoid dirt and stains, and really showcase what makes the house such a great purchase.

Potential buyers are looking to put themselves in the picture, and are trying to imagine what it would be like to live there. Use your photos to make that picture very easy to see, and very appealing! Use photos to show off the home’s best features, not the current owner’s collections or oddities.

Take a Lot of Photos
When taking photos, be sure to get a lot of shots. Try different angles – a house almost always looks better at an angle than straight on from the front. Photograph rooms from various locations. After you’ve taken all your pictures, you’ll have a wide variety to choose from in creating your online listing.

Buyers also enjoy when there are more photos on a listing, so don’t skimp in uploading the great shots. If there are only one or two pictures, it may make the listing seem amateur or imply that there’s something to hide. When you have a large number of photos, you can upload all of the best shots and display the house to its full potential.

90% of buyers start their home searches online. Online listing sites are becoming more and more popular. Buyers want to feel like they can see themselves living in the home. By following these simple listing photo tips, you can make your online listing stand out from others and generate more leads, more calls, more showings, and sales.

Proof That Direct Mail Beats Email Marketing Hands Down!

Direct mail rates are on the rise for one reason and one reason only, it works. Direct mail is not only effective, but costs less per lead than email marketing, according to The Direct Mail Association.  It is estimated that approximately 48 billion dollars a year is spent on direct mail marketing. It is also expected to increase by 3.6% in the coming year because it pays higher dividends per dollar invested than email marketing.  I’m a huge fan of email marketing which is why this magazine is electronic and sent via email, but it’s hard to argue with statistics.

65% of direct mail recipients interviewed admitted responding to direct mail marketing and either engaging in business, or establishing a relationship that will lead to business. For real estate agents, that’s huge!  Add to it the fact that there is no competition at the mailbox these days, and you might find higher success rates.

 

 

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The Inspiration You Need To Continue Your Real Estate Marketing Efforts

If you’re considering postcard marketing as one of the mediums you use to market your real estate business, please read on. Come to think of it…if you have a real estate business and would enjoy more business…please read on.

You’ll be inspired by the facts supporting why postcard marketing is a great investment. The Direct Marketing Association reports that postcard marketing yields the highest return on investment and that over-sized postcards get better results  than standard postcard sizes.

When you look at the comparison between email marketing and postcard marketing in the chart below, email marketing is most effective in the younger age groups. While there are plenty of 18 – 34-year-olds who do purchase homes, it makes for a smaller percentage of the overall real estate market opportunities in the grand scheme of things. If you remove the age groups who are less likely to purchase a home where the largest gap in comparison is, it’s clear that postcard marketing yields the highest return on marketing investment.

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As a Realtor®, you know the three most important factors when it comes to real estate investing are location, location, location.  With marketing it’s repetition, repetition, repetition.  If you are helping a client to determine the investment value of real estate property, location would be a determining factor.  With marketing, the determining factor for the return on investment is repetition and the quality of your database.

My next-door-neighbor coaches for the Mike Ferry real estate coaching company and is a wealth of information on stuff like this.  I love picking his brain! He once shared with me that when they surveyed every person in the coaching program about their marketing efforts, what works and what doesn’t.  They learned that agents who stuck with postcard marketing for 18 months dominated the neighborhoods they marketed.  Postcard marketing helps build a relationship with the recipient, and real estate sales is all about relationship building and trust.  When your marketing is consistent, repetitive and timely, people will remember you when they have a need.  They will also likely remember you when someone they knows has a need for real estate services too.

For Realtors®, postcard marketing isn’t about getting a quick sale, it’s about building a relationship.  Most people don’t just “on a whim” decide to move, like they decide to order pizza when a coupon comes in the mail.  Americans move approximately once every five years, so being the Realtor® they choose means a long-term and ongoing relationship, which can happen with consistent marketing.

The good news for Realtors®:  According to the Washington Post, Americans move more often than in anyone else in the world.  A survey revealed that 25% of Americans had moved in a 5 year period.

The United State Postal Service publishes in their Direct Mail Guide not to expect a good return on your marketing investment without repetitive mailings.  They also recommend updating your mailing list every-time you mail for the best results.   All neighborhoods have turn-over and an updated mailing list is what yields the best results time and time again.  (The best database service I’m aware of is Cole Information SystemsMention Real Estate Marketing Magazine or PrinterBees and you will get you a HUGE discount on their services, which are already so affordable. Visit their website here: https://www.coleinformation.com/)

This study done by the USPS shows that that recognition is what matters in your marketing success and that familiarity is what will make your phone ring.

Screen Shot 2013-11-21 at 10.58.51 AMIf you’re going to invest in a postcard marketing campaign, I want to help you avoid wasting your hard earned money on postcard marketing that won’t yield results.  The best results will always come from mailing to the same database over time reminding yourself that it takes time to establish a brand and name recognition.  Marketing programs without repetition don’t get results.

Stop “Wishing” And Start “Doing”…Get Inspired!

real estate wishes come trueHow often do you say to yourself things like “I wish I had more clients” or “I wish I was doing more business” or “I wish I had more listings” wishing for this and wishing for that, hoping that if you keep “wishing,” it will come your way.  I was inspired to write this article by an electrician that is doing some work at my home who said to me “You’re lucky, I wish I could work at home.”  Luck has nothing to do with it and neither does wishing… 😉

I am “Hope” (Nadine means hope in Russian) and I hope reading this helps begin turning your wishes in to reality…or “realty”…whichever you prefer. :-)

I no longer “wish” for things like I used to for two reasons.

  1. Wishing for things doesn’t do anything to move me forward towards my goals and life ambitions. It certainly doesn’t get me any closer to my purpose to “wish.”
  2. If I’m wishing for something else, how am I appreciating what I have and living in the moment I’m in.  This moment is the only one I have, so instead of wishing for something else, I choose to be thankful for what “is.”

The definition of the word “wish”
To feel or express a strong desire or hope for something that is not easily attainable; want something that cannot or probably will not happen.

So my question to you is…do you want to keep “wishing” for something in your life, that according to the definition “cannot or probably won’t happen?”  Or are you more in tuned with “doing” something that leads you to where you’re going?  If it’s the latter, I have some ideas I wanted to share to help you get to “doing” instead of wishing, which leads nowhere.

As a Realtor®, you are in the lead generation business and must keep yourself busy “doing” activities that result in getting more leads for your database.  Leads turn in to listings when you work them.

  • Talk to 10 people per day.  Just make contact with 10 people.  Don’t sell them real estate, just keep in touch and find out how you can serve.  When you keep in touch and are always ready to serve the needs of others, things just work out and the magic happens.
  • Visit no less than 10 properties in your market per week.  The best way to keep yourself educated and up to date on the market and what’s happening in it is to be “in” it.  Get out of your office, get out of your house, step away from whatever it is that distracts you and “be” a Realtor® by “doing” the things Realtors® do when they are working and lead generating.
  • Participate in Social Media.  Social media isn’t going anywhere and if you’re not participating, you’re missing out on a huge amount of opportunity to build your reputation as well as your brand.  You’re missing out on the opportunity to meet up with people on line, keep in touch and remind people you’re a Realtor®!!!  Many friendships and relationships are established on social media sites like Facebook.  It gives people a glimpse of who you are, what you stand for and what’s most important to you.  Concerned about privacy…don’t post what you don’t want people to see!  Simple.
  • Attend networking events.  You’ll meet a lot of local people at networking events.  You must “list to last” and the people who are local to your community are the ones you want to network with.  They are attending networking events to “network,” so get out there and network, finding out how you can serve each others businesses.
  • Be of service. Being of service in your community and the community you serve, serves everyone.  When we serve others, it all comes back around 10 fold.  Getting involved in community events helps you to get to know the community and the leaders of the community.  They’re the ones who making things happen in the community you serve and will direct people your way when they see you’re commitment to the common goals of a great community.
  • Be consistent with your marketing.  Marketing is like food for your business and without it, your business can’t survive.  Have a real estate marketing budget, work your budget by working your database via mail, phone and email.

If you had a wish list in your real estate business, I hope after reading this you put wishing aside and start doing to make it all happen.  Your life and your real estate business is where it is because you set it up that way based on what you do or don’t do.  Start doing something different and something different will come your way as a result.

Be blessed!  Keep me posted on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn on how these ideas worked to change something in your business.

 

 

The Stories That Lead To Our Demise

Inspire cloud conceptAfter five months of deliberating, praying and meditating about finding a life and business coach, I’ve finally made a decision and I couldn’t be more thrilled, motivated, focused and inspired.  The universe has conspired to meet me where I am to help me get to where I’m going. I hope you’re coming along for the ride because you’re certainly invited!

To commit to coaching is a big decision; the value, how much to invest, if the timing is right for it and if coaching will help things progress forward…oh…the dilemma.  For me it was a “no brainer” as there are few people who LOVE coaching as much as I do…I find it to be such a gift at progressing life forward.

Coaching provides an opportunity to clean out the closet holding all the stories we tell ourselves that lead to the demise of our dreams

The thing that surprises me the most about my decision to hire a coach, is that I didn’t just hire one.  Real Estate CoachingI’ve hired three!  Each one specializing in a different field.  Go big or go home!  I’m going big and I hope you, the readers and subscribers of this real estate magazine are the benefactor of the new team of coaches guiding us forward to a better experience for you.  Expect big changes, expect something different and expect something better that serves you and your real estate business in a bigger, better way.

I’m sharing my story with you about coaching because we welcome feedback that leads to a better experience for you.  This magazine is all about serving you, the Realtor® trying to make it happen, so feel free to let us know what we can do to make it better, more empowering and more valuable.

I was also thinking that it may help you consider taking a look at coaching if you feel you will benefit from a coach to clean out your own closet of stories that might be keeping you stuck.  I’m one of those people who believes with all my heart and soul that anything is possible, I don’t feel like I have stories that hold me back, and…it didn’t take but a few moments for my coach to find those ridiculous stories that are keeping me from living my greatest life.  The stories that keep me from serving you in the biggest, best way possible, hiding there in the dark where I couldn’t see them.   He’s good and our time was powerful.

“a good life coach can help you clear the way to your own greatness”

Let me know if you’re considering coaching to help progress you forward, I can make some great recommendations having talked to many…many coaches over the last five months.  Our belief systems can sometimes lead to us getting stuck and a good life coach can help you clear the way to your own greatness!

Be blessed!

Nadine