Did you know that 93.4 % of all statistics quoted are made up? Yep! Most Stats are fictitious amalgamations, interpolations, surmises, and contrived opinions of relative Truth. The remaining 6.6% of statistics probably aren’t any more truthful, but I made up those percentages, so I guess it doesn’t really matter 🙂 Sure! The person quoting […]
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Monday Morning Coffee – How important is “Validity?”
What’s so different about Pareto Realty? In many ways, we are “breaking the mold” of the traditional real estate sales firm model . . . and we are doing so with full intent to positively impact our COMMUNITY as we “The Vital Few” practice our art of working with Home Buyers and Sellers throughout their […]
The value of owning a house . . .
These days, the house and condominium rental market in Middle TN is “on fire.” I’m amazed daily when I see the number of people choosing to rent (and how much they are willing pay) instead of doing what it takes to BUY their very own place. My view is that while we’re all here now […]
Monday Morning Coffee – Build it yourself
I see more and more people seeking REAL relationships now that some of the social media mayhem seems to be settling. Folks are “weeding their “Friends” list on facebook, Twitter, and in real life as they seek deeper connections with other people. Perhaps the reality is starting to set in that it’s not how many […]
Monday Morning Coffee – When “WHERE” Matters!
In the mid 1980s, my Father Harrison Owen stumbled upon (discovered) a cool Organizational Transformation “methodology” (new school of thought) around the notion that everything is self-organizing. He called it Open Space Technology and has (for 25+ years now) been very intentional about the simplicity of the concept . . . That it really isn’t […]