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Are You on Track to Reach Your 2017 Goals?

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Many people set goals for their businesses and other areas of their lives in January, only to forget all about them by March. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. After all, you set goals for a reason—to help you live the life you want to live and run the business of your dreams. If you’ve fallen off track, now is the perfect time to recommit to your goals. Here’s how: Continue reading

Stay on Track for Your Best Year Ever

Writing in and reviewing your journal is a great way to stay on track.

Writing in and reviewing your journal is a great way to stay on track.

We’re halfway through the year—are you on track to reach the goals you set in January? This is the perfect time to review your progress so far this year. Hopefully, you’ve been tracking your activities with a CRM, such as Referral Maker® CRM. However, tracking is just the start. In order to reach your goals, it’s essential to check in several times throughout the year to review your successes, setbacks and prepare for any potential roadblocks. Continue reading

Set Goals for All Areas of Your Life with Referral Maker CRM

Now you can set goals in all areas of your life.

Now you can set goals in all areas of your life.

We’re big advocates of goal setting. If you’ve been to any Buffini & Company real estate event, you’ve left at the end of the day with written goals in hand. While it’s vital to set goals for your business, it’s also important to set goals for the other areas of your life as well. After all, setting goals and tracking your progress are the only ways to turn your dreams into reality. Referral Maker® real estate CRM now makes it even easier to create and track goals in all five areas of your life—spiritual, family, business, financial and personal. Continue reading

3 Ways a Journal Can Help Boost Your Productivity

Keeping a journal may improve your chances of success.

Keeping a journal may improve your chances of success.

If you’re like many agents, you may spend the last 15 minutes of your workday writing your to-do list for the next day. While you have your pen in motion, crack open a notebook and reflect on your day. Taking just fifteen minutes to write about your work day can help you boost your productivity and even make you more successful. If you’re thinking, “Who do you think I am? A twelve year old girl? I don’t have time to keep a diary!” it’s time to rethink that contrary viewpoint, for the sake of your success. Continue reading