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Communication is the Key to Successful Client Relationships

Today, we are featuring a guest post from Noreen Payne, a South Florida agent!

Communication is Key

As real estate professionals, our goal is to ensure that our clients have the best experience when buying or selling a home. We, as real estate professionals, are in one of the few industries where competitors must work directly together to accomplish their goals.

From the initial showing all the way to closing we are side-by-side working through issues and ensuring that our respective clients have a wonderful experience. Why is this important?

Aside from providing a positive, stress-free experience for consumers – it can lead to referrals! There is no greater compliment than a referral from a past client! To have our phones ring is the key (no pun intended) to our success.

Connecting with a Referral

It’s exciting when we get a call from a referral for a client and then establish a relationship with said referral on our introductory call. We work hard to establish a relationship right from that first phone call. We take the time to understand the client’s goals and needs.

In the following example, my referral was a buyer. I’ve built the relationship and have gone to great lengths to understand their likes/dislikes and goals and now it is time for our first outing.  While I feel like I established a great foundation – my first outing is the true test.

Communication and Showings

I scheduled showings for our out of town new buyers who had very limited time but knew exactly what they wanted. Our day was packed, showing them various exclusive gated communities and at every showing we were met with professional and gracious showing agents until one where the showing agent sent a showing assistant who was not only 20 minutes late but met us for the showing with the wrong key!

While I know that I have done everything possible to prepare for a successful day, our buyers do not understand why this showing has gone awry and are feeling frustrated that we are now heading off track for our perfectly timed day.

Consequences of Poor Communication

Our very pleasant day of back-to-back showings quickly got awkward. This scenario made not only me look like I didn’t plan well but also left a very negative impression of the showing agent as well.

This is just one of countless examples of how we as professionals can work together in our communication efforts to make every experience pleasant for our clients.  From the minute a showing is requested whether via directly with an agent or via an online showing request service, it is imperative that we communicate with each other in a timely and efficient manner.

We are all busy but we are also here to help one another whether on the buying or selling side. A simple call or text goes a long way in setting the expectations such as waiting on a seller, to confirm a showing request, or if running early or late for showings to let the other agent know and to help keep us all on track to ensure that everyone’s time is valued and respected.

How is Your Communication?

How do you do with communication? Everything from your business card to your print marketing should show your professionalism. You also need to be sure that you communicate clearly with other agents and your clients.

Good communication is essential – it’s time to brush up on your skills!

 

Noreen Payne is a partner in the All About Florida Homes team of Lang Realty. She and her co-partner, Amy Snook, provide concierge-level real estate service in South Florida. She is currently Chairman of the Board for the Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce and is on the Board of Directors for The Achievement Center for Children & Families, and is an active volunteer with The Caring Kitchen. 

How Do You Fire an Awful Client?

Frustration

We’ve all had them.

The nightmare clients. They say they want to buy a home, but six months later you’re still doing showings. They are slow to get their paperwork together. They call you constantly and refuse to respect boundaries. Unrealistic expectations abound.

Or maybe it goes a step further. Maybe they are trying to dishonestly hide problems with their home. Perhaps they are disrespectful, use crass language toward you, or make you feel unsafe.

Regardless, there are times the relationship isn’t working out. How do you tactfully let them go?

Screen Clients Carefully Before Signing an Agreement

One way to avoid awful clients in the first place is to screen them carefully before you work together. Real estate agents can definitely fall into the trap of being too eager and signing with new clients too quickly.

As someone told me early in my real estate career, “Buyers who buy, buy!” Essentially, if they are willing to move forward, they will do it quickly and decisively. So before you sign a buyer’s agreement, require them to be prequalified. Notice how quickly they move forward. Do they make excuses, delay, or drag their feet?

If so, you just found a “buyer” who probably isn’t ready.

With your listings, pay attention to how they talk about their home. Do they seem to have unrealistic expectations of a sale price? Are they listing their home simply to “kick the tires” on the market without any intention to follow through? Do they make the changes you suggest, such as decluttering, minor repairs, and yard work?

If they aren’t honestly going to sell, don’t spend the time.

Build an Exit Into the Contract

Both your buyer’s agency contract and your listing agreement should include escape clauses. This protects both you and the client from being stuck in an arrangement that isn’t working.

The contract can list specific reasons for termination, but there should be an allowance for unlisted causes as well. You’ll want to include a termination timeframe and require written notice, of course.

When the contract includes an out, you’ll never feel like you have to keep going with a bad client.

Let Your Broker Know

Unfortunately some agents try to hide their clients’ bad behavior from their broker and coworkers. While you certainly shouldn’t gossip, there’s nothing wrong with admitting things aren’t going well and you need help.

Sometimes a broker can step in and talk to the client for you, helping resolve a situation. Work with your broker to record what’s gone wrong and what remedies have been tried.

Keep Things Professional

No matter how angry or frustrated you are with a client, it’s important to take the high road. Keep things professional and stay in control of the situation.

If you have documented the problems and made good faith attempts to resolve them, and you’re still having issues, it’s time to move on. Arrange a meeting to let them know you will no longer be able to represent them. Stick to the facts of the matter and avoid personal attacks, no matter how the client responds.

You can have a cancellation of representation agreement already drawn up and ready to be signed. Be sure the cancellation includes another real estate brokerage or attorney who they can contact as an alternative. Give them a copy and keep one for yourself.

Be professional yet firm in the entire encounter. You don’t want to have the situation escalate or to go back on your decision. Be sure the meeting is in your office and that your broker is present.

Move on Professionally

Whew, it’s done! Once you’ve terminated a bad client you’ll feel a great sense of relief. However, it’s important to stay professional even after the termination. Don’t badmouth the client, gossip about them in the office, or share the story on social media.

Instead, get your marketing materials in order and get back on the road to finding profitable, easy-to-work-with clients!

How do you ensure your clients are dreams instead of nightmares? Share in the comments! 

Realtor® Safety in 2020

Are You Safe as a Realtor®?

Every once in awhile I see one of these stories and I shudder. And then I decide to take a break from talking about marketing to share, once again, about the importance of Realtor® safety.

We’ve all heard what we should do, but these stories continue to happen, again and again. All I can think is that we all take shortcuts because it’s easier, faster, and anyway, we think it could never happen to us.

But it can. And the only way to keep from being a victim is to follow these important safety rules.

Never Meet With Someone Who Isn’t Prequalified By a Lender

How do you know someone is a serious home buyer? When they are prequalified. So absolutely, positively do not meet with people who are not.

Even if they are harmless, meeting with someone who isn’t financially qualified isn’t a good use of your time. And in the worst case scenario, well… you fill in the blank.

As a professional, you need to focus your energy on the people who will become your best clients. Those people are financially prequalified before they start searching for a home.

Always Meet With Someone At Your Office First

Once someone is prequalified, it’s time to get to know them. The first place to meet them is in your office, and you should get their ID and make a copy for your files. That way, your broker has identifying information if something goes wrong.

Never, ever meet someone for the first time at a home you’re showing. When agents are assaulted, kidnapped, or killed, it almost always happens at a home showing when the agent and prospective client are alone.

If someone objects to meeting at your office or threatens to find another Realtor® if you won’t show them a home before you meet, let them go. Your life isn’t worth it.

Work in Pairs

One thing I wish I could enforce at all times is working in pairs. I know that real estate is an individual industry and no one wants to spend time on a showing or open house that they aren’t profiting from, but imagine how much would change if we found a way to work in pairs?

Find someone in your brokerage office or even a friend, and offer to pay them a bit per hour to be with you at showings, open houses, and anywhere else you’d otherwise be alone. It could avert an awful tragedy.

Create a Safety Pledge and Have Listing Clients Sign It

Do you know who ELSE wants you to identify and prequalify everyone before you show a home? The folks LISTING it!

Listing clients have no idea that Realtors® will frequently let complete strangers into their home, and are often relieved to find out that as an agent you’re different. Emphasize how important their property is to you and talk to them about the importance of safety.

We Want You To Succeed – Safely

At PrinterBees, we love providing you with business cards, marketing postcards, and other materials. But even more importantly, we want each and every one of you to be safe in doing your job.

Don’t blow off the safety steps you can take. Yes, they take time. Yes, a client may get mad. But you know what?

It’s not worth your life.

Realtors Helping Realtors

Today, we are featuring a guest post from Amy Snook, Partner on the Lang Realty team!
This is her story – share yours in the comments!

Realtors Helping Realtors

People often ask me why I give so much of my time to our real estate industry – participating on Boards locally and at the State level, on the State Line for the Women’s Council of Realtors, teaching classes to other agents, and being involved in the creation of community education events for all of the agents in the area.

As Realtors, we need to be concerned with more than just selling houses and earning a commission.   We, as Realtors, have the opportunity to be the voice for our communities.  To take the issues impacting our communities to our local board (Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches and Greater Ft Lauderdale), to Florida Realtors and ultimately through the National Association of Realtors – Political Action Campaign (RPAC).

Policies That Matter

Since the National Association of Realtors is the largest trade organization in the United States, we have a strong and loud voice. NAR, through funds from RPAC, advocates policy initiatives that promote and protect a strong real estate industry, which in turn provides for vibrant communities.

Some of the initiatives that Realtors have tackled and made an impact on nationally are the National Flood Insurance Program, Fair Housing and Federal Taxation.

Locally in Palm Beach County our voice was heard as we worked to protect homeowners with a 10% cap on increases of non-homestead property taxes.  This initiative alone saved the taxpayers over $725 million.   We petitioned for our local businesses with the first ever cut to business rent tax – we saved business owners over $61 million!  There are so many other successes that have benefited our local communities.

Raising the Bar

The other main reason why I devote so much of my time to our industry is to help raise the bar in our industry. How do we do that?  We help each other!

We educate each other, we learn from each other, we share information about communities, about loan programs, about contract issues, about local governance to name a few and all for the sake of delivering incredible value to our clients. We assist clients with one of their largest investments in their lives – we owe it to our clients to be the best we can possibly be!

We need to be professional.  We need to be well versed and knowledgeable.  We need to seek out answers when we do not know them.   We need to be precise and we need to be caring and understanding. We need to be a resource for all things real estate and to my real estate friends – that doesn’t mean you need to have all of the answers – it means you need to surround yourself with a team of professionals, resources who you can bring in when needed.

We owe it to our industry, to our clients and to ourselves to continue to invest in knowledge and to share this learned information with each other so together, we can protect and help our communities.

It has been and will continue to be my great honor to serve in our industry.

At PrinterBees, we are committed to serving the real estate industry and helping your marketing be the very best it can be. Are you looking to raise the level of your outreach? Check out our real estate marketing materials today!

 

We’d love to hear about the things you do to build your community and industry beyond your daily job. Share in the comments!

Amy Snook is a partner in the All About Florida Homes team of Lang Realty, along with co-partner Noreen Payne of Delray Beach. She has been practicing real estate and title insurance for 17 years and is currently the Florida State Vice President for Women’s Council of Realtors. Amy is also a director of the Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches and Greater Fort Lauderdale and a director of Florida Realtors.

5 Tools That Will Boost Your Business in 2020

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Business Tools

Tis the season to plan your business for next year!

Yes, we are all looking at upcoming holidays (and if you need help with holiday gifts, sign up for our coupons & email list TODAY! We’re about to send a BUNCH of gift ideas).

But there’s still work to do, and you want to make sure your business is ready for 2020. The good news is there are a lot of business tools you can use to make things much easier. Here are some ideas!

Email Service Provider

You probably know this, but you can’t send marketing emails from most email addresses. Instead, you need to invest in an email service provider. These companies store contacts and make email marketing simple.

Some folks enjoy ConvertKit, but if you have a larger email list we recommend Infusionsoft. It’s a great way to automate a lot of your marketing!

There’s nothing like knowing that every inquiry is answered right away by a professional email (or series of emails!) If you don’t have an email marketing system in place, be sure you change that in 2020.

Appointment Scheduling

When a prospect wants to set up a showing or you need to schedule a listing presentation, how do you know if you have time?

You could spend hours or days emailing back and forth to find a time that works for both of you. OR, you could use an appointment scheduling system. Options include Calendly and Appointment Core, among others.

It’s so simple to send your lead or client an appointment link and let them choose from your available hours. Best of all, you’ll avoid double-booking because appointment slots will be removed from the list automatically.

Free Stock Images

Whether you’re posting blog posts or looking to spruce up your website or social media accounts, having excellent high-quality images is a must. Fortunately, there are a variety of places you can get great images for free.

Two of my favorites are Pexels and Pixabay. Just search for the term you want and you’ll find a ton of very high-quality photos and illustrations that you can use for free.

Images really matter when it comes to catching attention online. Make sure yours are great – and free!

Social Media Posting Assistance

Posting regularly to social media can be very time-consuming if you don’t have a tool to help you. I use and love Buffer, but there are a lot of other options as well.

The primary thing is that you want your social media presence to be high-quality and consistent. When you can schedule posts, post quickly to multiple platforms, and analyze results, you do far better online.

A Great Print Marketing Partner

Well, we hate to toot our own horn, but the truth is you won’t get very far without high-quality print marketing delivered at a great price.

At PrinterBees, we love helping Realtors® connect to their prospects through farming postcards, note cards, and more. We also have dozens of customizable business card templates that make creating beautiful, one-of-a-kind marketing easy.

We want to help you succeed. If you’re ready to make 2020 your best year yet, let us help. Call us to talk marketing strategy, and we’ll come up with a plan to help you succeed.

Are you ready to rock 2020? Let’s do it!

Organize Your Time: The Power of Time Blocking

Time Blocking

Do you ever feel like you have too much to do and not enough time?

If not, leave a comment with your secrets! 

Most people do, myself included. However, there are some powerful time management tools that can help, including one of my personal favorites – time blocking!

If you have a tendency to get distracted every time… SQUIRREL!

..Sorry! But if you’re as easily distracted as I am, you’ll love this technique.

Schedule “Meetings”

The key to time blocking is simple – create blocks of time on your calendar for specific projects and then protect them and use them. 

For me, the simplest idea has been telling myself I have a “meeting” during that time. That way I won’t get pulled away by phone calls, personal thoughts, or well-meaning friends.

After all, if I had a meeting with you, I wouldn’t let anyone interrupt it. I can do the same with meetings I schedule with myself!

What to Do?

Even if you have blocked off time, you need to know exactly what you’re doing. It can’t be too general, like “work on marketing.” Instead, write down “order seasonal postcards,” or another specific task.

If things are too general, you’ll get distracted trying to figure out exactly what you’re DOING with your marketing.

Here are some other time blocking ideas:

  • 8:30am – 11am: Call FSBOs, Expired Listings, and Circle of Influence to generate leads
  • 11am – 12pm and 3pm – 4pm: Reply to emails and return calls
  • 1pm – 2pm: Follow up on leads and try to schedule appointments
  • 2pm – 3pm: Apply address labels and mail farming postcards

You can also block out time for classes you’re taking, personal enrichment, and training.

Don’t forget to block out time for family, meals, and other things as well if you need to. Or, simply make a strong cutoff time when business ends.

Time Blocking Makes You More Effective

There are a thousand things you need to keep up with if you want to succeed in real estate. One of the most important is your marketing, and yet it gets pushed to the back often if you don’t plan ahead.

Instead of forgetting about your real estate marketing until you’re dead slow and scrambling, use time blocking to create consistent time for it. You’ll thank yourself!

 

Have you ever used time blocking? How does it work for you? Share in the comments!

The Power of Branding as a Group

Branding as a Team

If you’re a broker or a real estate office manager, you probably wonder how you can bring your team together.

Did you know Printerbees can help?

You might be thinking of goofy team-building exercises, but that’s not what we’re talking about (whew)! Instead, we’re talking about the power of branding – specifically, the power of branding as a team.

Is Your Team Actually a Team?

It’s easy for a brokerage to stop being a team and become simply individuals each doing their own thing. When everyone controls their own branding, marketing, strategy, and growth, it happens quickly.

Does it matter? Yes! When your team is cohesive, they build on each other. They help each other. They give advice and ask questions. They set goals and hold each other accountable.

A team is much more than the sum of its parts, and you can feel a different level of energy, focus, and drive when you have one.

How to Create a Group Brand

Having your agents put the brand of the brokerage on their business cards is a start, but there’s a lot more you can do.

First, ask yourself some questions. How do you stand today in terms of your brand out in the world? How do your agents feel about it in your office? Do they care that they belong to your brand and not another brokerage?

Also, think about how you want your agents to relate to each other. What values, principals, and commitments do you want your team to stand for?

From there, talk to your agents. Ask them what it means to them to be on the same team, and how as a group you can better embody the brokerage values. Ask them why they belong to your brokerage instead of another.

This can give you valuable feedback about how cohesive your office is and how you can move forward.

Building the Brand Into Marketing

A brand often starts with a logo and a tagline, but it’s really a lot more. You want to evoke specific emotions in your target market and your team. You also need to highlight the key benefits you bring to clients.

Once you’ve set a brand ideal, build it into your marketing. That’s where PrinterBees can help you. You can order multiple sets of business cards in one order and save money. Use our templates for free or ask us to design anything you want for a small fee.

We’ll keep your business card on file so that it’s easy for new agents to order when they join your brokerage, and they’ll immediately feel like they’re part of the team.

Working with your agents to create a cohesive image and message helps your office internally and presents a strong image to clients externally.

If you’re ready to create a comprehensive brand image, we’d love to help. Contact us for tips and ideas today!

Staying Safe as a Realtor® This Year

Realtor Safety

I hate it when I see articles like this in the news. First of all I hate it because I hate seeing women targeted at any time, especially when they are being professionals and running a business.

Secondly, I hate it because it gives men a sense that they are not at risk as Realtors®. Yes, some criminals target women specifically, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take safety precautions as well.

It’s unfortunate we live in a world where we have to talk about preventing crime while we do our jobs, but here we are. Here are some ways you can stay safe this year – whether you’re a man or a woman.

First Meetings Should Always Be At Your Office

I’m a huge advocate of “know before you show.” Your first meeting with someone should never be alone or in a private place, no matter how urgent they insist the situation is. There is no situation in which they cannot first come to your office during business hours.

When they do come to the office, be sure you get to know their situation thoroughly, as you would do with any prospect. Pay attention to any red flags or oddness about their story.

Finally, get a copy of their photo ID before you leave the office and go to a showing. Let them know you do that for your own security. If they decline, don’t go anywhere alone with them.

Get Training in Self Defense

While this won’t solve 100% of the problem, someone who knows they can protect themselves generally presents a more confident air. You are more alert and avoid making mistakes like letting a prospect get between you and the door of a room.

If something goes wrong during a showing, you’re also much more likely to be able to defend yourself enough to get away. Remember, this isn’t the movies. You don’t need to beat up the bad guy. You only need to do enough to get free and run away.

And I can’t emphasize this enough – this applies to women AND men! 

Consider a Buddy System

One of the best ideas is to never go to a showing alone at all. After all, you survive 100% of the attacks that don’t happen. If you can, work with another Realtor® on a buddy system so that neither one of you is ever alone in a private place with a client.

If this isn’t practical, at least make sure to have a buddy at an open house. Open houses are particularly dangerous because they are open to the public. If you use a buddy system, be sure not to split up, which defeats the purpose. For instance, a prospect who really wants to see the basement should not be accompanied by only one of you. There are lots of places to be out of sight and commit a crime in minutes.

Listen to Your Gut

We all have a “sixth sense” that warns us when something is wrong. It’s often something our mind can’t rationalize, so we feel silly or decide to ignore it.

Don’t! 

That sixth sense is trying to tell you that the situation isn’t safe. It’s much better to simply decline the showing or schedule at a time you won’t be alone. If the person insists that it’s now or never, choose never.

No deal is worth your safety.

Take Safety Seriously

We love working with Realtors® to help you build your brand and improve your marketing outreach. We want all of you to stay safe!

We hope to read about you in the paper – for an award you’ve won, not for a crime your survived. Take your safety seriously and enjoy the success your business brings.

What do you do to stay safe? Share in the comments!

How to Give Back as a Realtor®

Give Back as a Realtor

Spring is right around the corner – I can feel it!

Business is about to be booming, and there’s so much to do to get ready. But before we dive headlong into all of that, why not think about the bigger picture?

Your business is all about helping buyers and sellers while making a great income. But there are always chances to give back to your community as well. How will you incorporate giving back into your business this year?

Here are some ideas to consider.

Help Clients Donate Unwanted Goods

A seller who is moving may not want all of their furniture or goods. A lot of times these things are in perfectly good shape, but they can end up in a dumpster if the homeowner doesn’t know what to do with them.

Why not help connect them to charities who can use the furniture? Places like the Salvation Army even run specific programs like Real Estate for Rehabilitation, where goods that are sold provide funding for rehabilitation programs. The Salvation Army will come pick up the goods from your client’s home.

Charities can be part of your network of professionals that you use to help home buyers and sellers. Plus, it’s a great way to give back!

Volunteer For Charity Work

Whether it’s volunteering at a local food bank or shelter or ringing bells for red kettle drives, there are a lot of ways to be involved in your local community through charity work.

Volunteering is a great way to build relationships that don’t start out being based on a sale. Those natural relationships can grow into something powerful, both in your personal life and in your business.

You may be able to meet new clients and gain referrals through this type of work, but that isn’t the focus. You simply get involved in your community through helping. You’ll learn a lot about your neighborhood – and yourself!

Tie Door-Knocking In With Charity

Want to make a positive impression while also making a difference? Why not go door to door handing out large bags for a food drive? You can brand the bags – or not – and may want to hand out information about your business along with the bag.

A week or so later, go back around and pick up the donated food. It’s a great way to help people get to know you in a context that doesn’t feel like sales. You immediately show yourself to be someone interested in helping others in the area.

You can decide how much marketing is appropriate along with this type of initiative. You can brand everything and let folks know it’s related to your business, or you can choose to simply mention your name and work without any further brand-building.

Either way, you’ll be doing something that matters to your community, and that’s important!

How Do You Give Back?

What do you do to give back? Do you sponsor 5K’s, donate silent auction items, build homes with Habitat or Humanity, or something completely different?

We’d love to know, so tell us in the comments! Also, if you need some business cards to hand out while you’re helping, we’ve got you covered. Take a look at our customizable options today!

Succeeding in Real Estate Without Losing Your Mind

Succeed without losing your mind

Is it me, or is there a lot to balance when you’re a real estate agent?

And there’s plenty of stress to go with it.

There’s a lot of pressure to succeed, especially around the first of the year. We’ve been sharing some tips ourselves about how to set yourself up for marketing success.

But today, let’s take a break and step back. How can you succeed as a Realtor® without totally losing your mind?

Reframe Anxiety as Excitement

A friend of mine found this tip and it revolutionized her life. According to Mel Robbins, who wrote The Five Second Rule, you can simply reframe your anxiety as excitement.

Here’s how it’s done!

First, it’s important to realize that physically, fear and excitement are the same. The racing heart, the faster breathing, the tension. It’s all there!

Second, count backward from five to one. That interrupts your thinking and gives you a mental reset.

Then, think about what the result of your anxiety-inducing activity is. Let’s say it’s cold calling – the result is a new client, right?

Finally, tell yourself, “I’m so excited about getting a new client! I can’t wait to get on the phone and get new clients.”

It’s amazing – you’ll notice both your mind and body shifting. You’ll stop being paralyzed and you’ll be excited to act!

Keep Your Sense of Self Separate From Your Business

People who run companies – including Realtors® – are under a lot of pressure. There are a lot of reasons to pretend things are going well, even if they are in fact falling apart.

Many professionals place their identity in their work. Their sense of self-worth rises and falls based on business results.

Don’t let that be you.

To stay mentally healthy, it’s vital to keep a sense of who you are apart from your real estate business. Make sure you continue to invest in personal relationships, hobbies, fun, and rest.

If you do struggle with mental issues, including anxiety or depression, get the help you need. Sometimes medication, therapy, or both can work wonders to bring you back to the joy your life should have.

Take time that’s specifically reserved for not working. Whether it’s weekends, Wednesdays, or date nights with a loved one, take time to think and talk about something that isn’t work!

Your success in both life and business depend on you being whole and healthy. You deserve it!

Take One Step at a Time

You’ve read advice about how to succeed in 2019 – get your farming postcards in order, do monthly pop-bys, be active and consistent on social media, target FSBOs, target expireds, and on and on…

If you try to do it all in a week – or even a month! – you’ll surely lose it.

Instead, take one step. Assess where you are, and take one step forward.

Let’s say you want to do monthly farming postcards. Make 1Q a time when you focus on getting that done and practicing your postcard mailing system.

In 2Q, start adding monthly pop-bys.

In 3Q, do one social media platform. In 4Q, set another goal or simply maintain those new habits.

By this time next year, you’ll be in a whole new spot! You’ll be able to start with a whole new set of habits in your pocket and build even more success the next year.

Are you ready to take one step forward? Why not start with our farming postcards? They can be customized to exactly what you need, and you can also use your customized images on social media and more.

Contact us today to get started!