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Monday, June 1, 2009

Fixing machine - Tip number 1

Being a star broker is alot about good habits. In fact it is mostly about good habits. A habit is a task that comes naturally as opposed to a task that seems like hard work.

An interesting piece of information - according to some smart people out there, it takes 20 days to form a new good habit (or break a bad habit).

So my tip number one is for any broker wanting to be a star - is to establish many good broking 'habits' that can be replicated every day.

Thats all very well I hear you say. But give me something more than just philosophibabble. OK OK! Next posts will outline some of the tasks and processes that can help a broker become a star.


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