I’m often overwhelmed by the amount of information out there that can potentially help real estate professionals grow their businesses (even more). I scour hundreds of real estate and business articles most weeks in order to learn more and curate the best for my readers. Sometimes it’s slow going, and I question how to share faster and more efficiently in order to serve my audience. Fast or slow one thing is for sure, I’ll keep going.
The following are five noteworthy articles from this week’s news.
“To achieve your goals, you must think about how customers are changing and how you can move with them. This could mean changing direction or simply expanding your company in creative, innovative ways”. Here are The 10 Biggest Trends in Entrepreneurship to Look For in 2021 from Neil Patel, a New York Times bestselling author.
IT’S SHOWER TIME
Why Every Entrepreneur Should Take an 8-Hour Shower Each Week: The Benefits of Creative Time (Entrepreneur). “So, as an entrepreneur, why not afford yourself the luxury of an eight-hour shower each week? Consider fostering the creative serial entrepreneur within as an investment into the future growth of yourself and your business.” (My most creative time is between 3 and 5 am, how about yours?)
WHAT’S YOUR CTA?
“Don’t waste another day aimlessly poking around on Facebook trying to figure out how to get your Page posted. We built this guide to help you avoid wasting time on a marketing asset that should work for you (Hubspot).” How to Create a Facebook Business Page in 5 Simple Steps [Tutorial]. Creating a Facebook Page allows the more than 2 billion people on Facebook to discover your business—think of your Page as a digital storefront.
DM ME… REALLY
“Wondering how to use Instagram organic content to create demand for your products or services? Looking for wisdom on building your content strategy?” The Social Media Examiner shows us Content Marketing With Instagram: How to Build Demand. In this article, discover how to use Instagram content to generate greater interest in products and services.
NO RIGHT ANSWER
Seth Godin writes Algorithms give or they take. “An algorithm gives when it amplifies the better angels of our nature, when it helps us do the things we’d like to do in the long run, for us and the people we care about.” Undoubtedly there are massive benefits to using our handheld technology. We are better off aligning with apps that benefit our culture or the user in the long run.
There is a great deal of information to process. Most of us will not passively let it all pass by. Whether we decide to implement some of the things we learn slowly or quickly is up to us, but we are all responsible for considering the impact we make in this world either way.