Archive for September, 2011

When will you quit?

Written on September 29, 2011 at 1:00 pm

A High Achiever, Success Oriented, Goal Setting, Entrepreneur or Top Tiered Manager never quits.

Quit while you’re ahead? No Way. There’s still more success to be had.


As a High Achiever, I feel proud of that fact, do you? A more difficult question, though, does your family feel proud that you never quit? Not your mom or dad per se, but your partner or spouse? What about your children?


They may feel proud of you and see your value as a High Achiever, but in your refusal to quit, do they feel loved, appreciated, and cared for?

I …


Are you satisfied?

Written on September 28, 2011 at 1:39 pm


If you are a Type A personality, or in other words, a High Achiever, we understand that having big dreams, plans, and goals comes naturally to you.  You know how to work hard and multi-task, and how to attract new opportunities.

You see more, want more, and can do more for your family and in your business.


People like you achieve many things through their natural temperament and talents alone.


If your goal is to succeed in business while raising a family, your natural temperament will take you most of the way.  Satisfaction, however, may be more …


#5 of the Top 5 Mistakes Realtors Make in the Current Market

Written on September 24, 2011 at 4:39 pm

We have identified 5 Mistakes that Realtors have a tendency to make in today's market.

Today we are going to start by exploring #5.

Mistake #5: Operating off of the false assumption that connecting at a deep level with others is no longer possible. That relationships are out the window and it’s all about technology, marketing, and prospecting.

Well, there is no doubt that technology is a key ingredient in today’s business. Clearly you have to get your name out there. And of course if you aren’t prospecting, you aren’t generating leads.

The key to success, however, is CONNECTING with …


CAUTION: All lessons time sensitive

Written on September 7, 2011 at 11:40 am

Reflecting on the mentors in my life in my last blog, Gotta Have It to Give It,  has caused me to rewind a bit into my upbringing and recall the host of mentors in my life that have contributed in countless ways to where I am now...the current day version of Nikki Buckelew.

Undoubtedly everyone interprets the word “mentor” differently and so I even found myself searching for my own version of the definition of mentor in my life.

I came to the conclusion that it is someone who:

  • Left a significant positive emotional imprint on my heart through their