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Education & Training - Professional Direction



For over a half dozen years I have taught classes on Real Estate Scams and Fraud.  Agents would fill the classes but there were many that would argue that the "fraud" I was talking about was perfectly legal and being done every day.  In one real estate office in Pierce County every agent in clas...
  The news is always so negative.  Sometimes I wonder if we will ever pull out of this slump.  How will this economic disaster change my life?  What do I need to do everyday to position myself for the changes ahead.  Is there a light at the end of the tunnel? Now is the time we have to adjust to...
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In the 1994 movie, "Blank Check" a 12 year old boy's bicycle is destroyed by a car. The driver involved in a money laundering scheme gives him a blank check to purchase a new bicycle.  The kid instead uses his computer to create a $1 million collar check that he uses to buy anythhing and everyth...
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My friend, Nansen, has over 23,000 followers on Twitter... that number seems to grow exponentially every day!  She started her tweets only months ago.  Nansen lives in a small town on the coast of Washington State and is an active Republican.  She was seen and twittered away at the Republican me...

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