Monday, June 18, 2018


Continuing to move forward in the surging summer real estate market this year. The confidence in our economy and markets are very high. The business experience and knowledge of our leadership, seems to be paying benefits in our US economy and nation as a whole. 

The business agenda promised, should mean more jobs, new commercial building projects, a boost to the housing industry, new home construction, and investment industries nationally.

Building a smart team of experienced partners in the professions that are crucial to your business is the best way to the success you may hope to gain during the next few years.

​We normally seek advice from friends, family, or people they trust and respect. Whether the individual has the expertise in the field of interest or not, is a different story.

Many times they have expertise or education in another field, but lack the experience in the fields you're investing in. Most often, people have a tendency to trust people, because of personal relationships, rather than the professional expertise.

Generally, when we are referred to experts in a given field or business, but don't listen to them, even after seeking the professional advice. Mainly because a mutual trust has not yet been established over a period of time.


​Question 1:

For starters, if you don't trust the professional, why pay them, or seeking advice from them to begin with?


Question 2:

If you know what to do, how to do it, where to look, why are you seeking advise to begin with? It's just like paying to go to your Doctor or Lawyer, and not taking their professional advice.

Remember: Professionals stay in business based on reputation and referrals, so it's very important for them to get it right, so you can refer them to others, time and again.

Most importantly is the need to build your own team. This is the best path of ​building trust over time. Eventually your team will develop a turn key process or system that can be fine tuned, and perfected.

Question 3:

After reading this, will you take the advise and call a professional?


( Don't just ask the Brother, Sister, Friend, Associate for the professional advice; unless they are experts in that particular field. By far this is the smartest pathway to success, with fewer costly mistakes ).

  

Professional - Reliable - Easy

 

Thursday, December 8, 2016


Continuing to move forward in a surging real estate market in 2018. The confidence in our economy and markets are very high. The business experience and knowledge of our leadership, seems to be paying benefits in our US economy and nation as a whole. 

The business agenda promised, should mean more jobs, new commercial building projects, a boost to the housing industry, new home construction, and investment industries nationally.

Building a smart team of experienced partners in the professions that are crucial to your business is the best way to the success you may hope to gain during the next few years.

​We normally seek advice from friends, family, or people they trust and respect. Whether the individual has the expertise in the field of interest or not, is a different story.

Many times they have expertise or education in another field, but lack the experience in the fields you're investing in. Most often, people have a tendency to trust people, because of personal relationships, rather than the professional expertise.

Generally, when we are referred to experts in a given field or business, but don't listen to them, even after seeking the professional advice. Mainly because a mutual trust has not yet been established over a period of time.


​Question 1:

For starters, if you don't trust the professional, why pay them, or seeking advice from them to begin with?


Question 2:

If you know what to do, how to do it, where to look, why are you seeking advise to begin with? It's just like paying to go to your Doctor or Lawyer, and not taking their professional advice.

Remember: Professionals stay in business based on reputation and referrals, so it's very important for them to get it right, so you can refer them to others, time and again.

Most importantly is the need to build your own team. This is the best path of ​building trust over time. Eventually your team will develop a turn key process or system that can be fine tuned, and perfected.

Question 3:

After reading this, will you take the advise and call a professional?


( Don't just ask the Brother, Sister, Friend, Associate for the professional advice; unless they are experts in that particular field. By far this is the smartest pathway to success, with fewer costly mistakes ).

   

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Be smart with your money & Build your team.

Smart money always wins. 

Wise individuals build a team of experts or very experienced partners in the professions that are crucial to the success they hope to achieve in a given industry. Most times people seek advice from friends, family, or people they respect and trust. Whether they have expertise in the field of interest or not, is a different story. Often times they have expertise in other fields, but lack the experience in the field that you're investing. Most times, we have a tendency to trust people because of the relationships with them, rather than the individuals expertise. Often times we know or have been referred to experts in a given field or business, but don't listen to them, even after seeking professional advice. This is mainly because the element of trust has not yet been established over a period of time.

Question 1:

If you don't trust someone, why are you paying them, or seeking advice from them?

Question 2:

If you know what to do, how to do it, where to look or go, why are you seeking advise?

It's like paying money to a professional Doctor or Lawyer, and not taking their advice in which you sought.

Remember that; professionals build and stay in business based on reputation and referrals, so it's important for them to get it right, so you can refer them to others.

Most importantly is the need to build your own team in business. This is the best path of building trust over time. Eventually your team will develop a turn key process or system that can be fine tuned, and perfected in time.

This is by far the smartest pathway to business success, with the fewest mistakes or set backs.

“PLEASE take this free advise and call a professional”. Not your Brother, Sister or friend for professional advice, unless they are experts in the field you need expertise in.


"Where there's a Will, there's a way"
 Will Harlan – Broker/Owner
The Harlan Realty Group ATL,llc
770-696-6836- Office