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humor marketing yourself your skills um and the product and I I met a a few people recently than ever written testimonials about going to open houses not so look for the open house but to interview agents to take on as agents have choice help them either buy or sell their next visit property yeah you know I I was thinking will open houses and we tracked native.

week for many years we had about percent of our revenue come from open houses and we it goes back to knowing they are these getting into conversations you people and people who while check my anger don’t want to be bother you think I’m not tackle I just let him go and say enjoy the open house but those people who want to talk it’s fun to have a relationship on how to use the iPod her how I get my information and I remember.

one person called me this is to back up what you’re saying to and said would like to list our house with you and I said well how did you how do you know mean he said because I was listening to you talk to someone an open house %uh this last weekend we not only got the listing but we help them move to another place to sales from that so this is somebody that I didn’t even know was just listening to me talk to somebody else not really agree with what you’re saying enrich want to have something well Jeff just started reinforced when I had talked about earlier in Jeff you can watch the replay of this.

I need to after study upload that yeah I work in that plant I among of the first and I was my number one thing one time agents all the time special a new agents and I’m interviewing hereof I were to go back in sales tomorrow if I had to make one hundred percent of my income from selling cars tomorrow the first thing I would do would be did you open houses six days a week hmm I think. www.valsnsw.com.au

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The way to think about it– if youthink about narrative and numbers, in the case of M,the story is almost done. You’re in chapter . There’s not much room for you to change the story. You can’t go back and rewrite the story. So this is a valuation that you could do almost on autopilot. And this is the kind of company that you’retaught to value in a Valuation class in school. And I have some really bad news for you.

If this is the kind of company you can value,anybody can value these companies. in fact,I’m not even sure you need a body. In fact, how many of you have an Apple device?Or is that not allowed in Google?If you have an Apple device, go to the iTunes store and typein uValue. It’s an app that I co-developed with a friend of mine,Anand Sundaram at Dartmouth, that does valuation. So you download it. You plug-in the numbers. If your flight is minutes delayed,you have nothing to do. You’re one of those freakish people who likes to work with numbers.

You put in nine numbers. You value a company. You move on. And I wrote it because I wanted to disrupt this valuationbusiness. Because so much of what you pay for in valuation isa banker feeding in numbers into something like thatand then spending days making it look like he dida lot of other stuff and then charging youmillions of dollars for somethinghe has no business charging you millions for. So if you’re valuing M or companies like that,you don’t need an appraiser.

You don’t need a banker. Anybody should be able to value those companies. But let’s talk about more interesting companies. This is a valuation I did of Apple in March of . I’ve actually valued Apple every three months forever. But since , I’ve been public about my valuations. Read more: www.valsqld.com.au