Skinned Knees & Celebratory Lunches

Skinned Knees & Celebratory Lunches

By  Jay Lieberman “The Entrepreneur keeps the values and qualities of kings and queens, but lives and works like a peasant.” I heard a guy say this to me the other day and it really articulated something that has been annoying me for a while now. People throw around the word entrepreneur like candy from a piñata. Some of the 20 to 30 year olds out there believe and act like entrepreneurship is synonymous with things like glamour, cool loft apartments, Uber, lattes, new apps, or…

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Lessons Of Rocky Applied To Real Estate

Lessons Of Rocky Applied To Real Estate

He Sold His Dog, Butkus, for Food Money… When He Bought Him Back 6 Months Later, He Was a Millionaire By Michelle Lieberman At 30-years-old, Sylvester Stallone was a typical, struggling actor. By night, he sold tickets at the Baronet movie theater, where he was fired for “scalping.” During the day, he worked at the Central Park Zoo – cleaning out the lions’ cages. In 1976, when finally made it to Hollywood, he only had $106 in the bank. His…

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Cow Farts and Home Buyers

Cow Farts and Home Buyers

How Overcomplication Can Cost You Your Sanity and Business By Jay Lieberman The cloud of exhaust was polluting the air in my neighborhood more than methane farts from the 1.4 billion cows on the planet. The common areas in our community have weed-infested land, which the fire department requires cleared a couple times a year. During these times, our area is inundated with fumes from the go-cart engines hanging on the backs of a bunch of landscaping guys cutting the…

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True Differentiation

True Differentiation

How it impacts profit and dictates strategy when selling a home.   By  Michelle Lieberman I realize the image above may look a little Howard Hughes-ish, but there is a method to my madness. And this sketch, if you’re thinking of selling your home, may have a profound and direct impact on your bottom-line profit. You’ll also want to share this with friends and family members that you care about too. When I set out to study Warren Buffett, his investment philosophy, to find out…

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‘Disruption’ – A Fickel Little Friend

‘Disruption’ – A Fickel Little Friend

This One Word Defines a New Way of Thinking That Could Either Catapult You or Leave You as Road Kill   By  Jay Lieberman I do love me some disruption in an industry. Something that is just about to change the way we all think or do something. Disruption is the perfect cause of the ‘Holy Shit’ moment. But, be careful. Disruption by its very nature is very high risk and operates at a lightning fast pace. Let me tell…

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Real Estate Maximum Profits

Real Estate Maximum Profits

The Aggregation of Marginal Gains: How “The Value-Driven Approach To Sell Real Estate” Creates Max Profit For Homesellers!   By Michelle Lieberman I read an incredible article the other day about Tour de France cyclist coach, Dave Brailsford.  In the article it said, “In 2010, Dave Brailsford faced a tough job. No British cyclist had ever won the Tour de France“, but as the new General Manager and Performance Director for Team Sky (Great Britain’s professional cycling team), Brailsford was…

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Just Call and Ask

Just Call and Ask

The Day That Walter O’Brien, Founder of Scorpion, Agreed To Help Me Out By:  Jay Lieberman  It all started with this email I received not long ago: “Hi Jay, I have discussed your need with my team here and we feel confident that we have the resources available with the appropriate experience to fulfill the requirements you expressed to me.” The sender was from one of the guys that works for Walter O’Brien at his company called Scorpion Computer Services….

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Share Your Story

Share Your Story

May I take you on a bit of journey? Four Stories To Higher Profit – from your home sale and, anything else you sell in life.   By  Michelle Lieberman Let me share with you several stories that recently impacted me. The first comes from a book, written by Carmine Gallo. Meet Aimee Mullins, she as 12 pairs of legs. Like most people she was born with two, but unlike most people Mullins had to have both legs amputated below…

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Failing My Way Forward

Failing My Way Forward

A Sermon That Innocently Opened My Eyes to the Grace of Failure   By  Jay Lieberman  I remember it now like it was just a minute ago. But, I have struggled trying to understand it for many years – 20 years ago in fact when I let fear get the best of me. When it allowed me to throw away everything I worked so hard for. First let me take you back 4 months when this over-whelming realization began. At…

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The Good Old Days

The Good Old Days

By  Jay Lieberman I spent the last 15 years trying to get to and from somewhere as fast as humanly possible. Then, in what seemed like an instant flash of time, those years flew off the calendar and all I was left with were pieces of a puzzle, memories to try and put back together – the chaotic frenzy of daily life. Let me back up about four years ago. I came to a massive realization from an odd source….

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