There are 5 months until 2017, so let’s get back to the basics.


We live in a digital age where information surrounds us.

The Internet has become our expert advice and where we go to find answers.


In our digital age, human interaction suffers.
You may have experienced the sad sight of a family at a restaurant, all eyes glued to their phones or tablets, or the unfortunate, common occurrence of kids outside on a beautiful summer day, heads down, staring at their smartphones.

Let’s connect with people organically and genuinely. This is a people business. Or put more of yourself in your Facebook posts and your emails. Connect with people directly. Try texting. Be yourself. Experiment. Be the agent people are comfortable with, always.

Let’s get back to speaking to one another. Let’s return to getting to know our clients.
The next time you want to send another “canned” email, ask yourself this question:

“How many pen pal relationships have lasted a lifetime?”

Domain names can be forgotten. Emails can be deleted. Our words can last forever.

When was the last time you asked over the phone or in person,
“How can I personally help you?” or “What can I do, to make best use of your time?”

This summer season, let your clients hear your voice and put a little “human” in your interaction. Give people a call.

- “How is your summer going?”
- “Travelling anywhere fun?”
- “What are your kids’ favorite activities or place to go to while school is out?”
- “Had an great barbecues lately?”
- “What real estate issue is bugging you?
- “What can I do to help you with your home questions?”

Read more here:  Relationships >> RElationships >> REALationships

“People will forget what you said,
people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
-Maya Angelou

Make your clients and leads feel GOOD. 

By Tawd Frensely and Anna Bagirov 

We hope you are having an incredible summer
both in your life and in your business.

Questions? Email or call me directly.  



PropertyMinder’s Community Manager


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