Monthly Archives: February 2013

Are You Rehearsing For Failure?

Marketing guru Seth Grodin posted a great tip: The active imagination has no trouble imagining the negative outcomes of your new plan, your next speech or that meeting you have coming up. It’s easy to visualize and even rehearse all the things that can go wrong. The thing is: clear visualization, repeated again and again,…

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The $14.95 Ripp Off

I was staying in an elegant upscale hotel in San Francisco.  My room was spacious and clean. And expensive. Being the A-type workholic I am, the moment I unpacked, I was behind a big desk to get some work done before the seminar. I fired up my laptop when I noticed it. A simple note with instructions…

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Angry Listing Agent

Hey Borino, I just got an ugly email from a past listing agent. She said that the letters that I’m mailing out are very unprofessional and are putting the past agents in a bad light. (This is a quick summary of the nasty email and phone call I got.) The homeowners are sending these letters to…

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