How to Attract Your Ideal Client


Would you like to attract better quality clients? If so, here’s a simple tip. Write down at least two pages of characteristics of your ideal client, right down to the details of the kind of clothes he or she wears. Having clarity about what you want to attract is crucial to finding your ideal client.

Next, go back through your list and put a check mark next to each of the characteristics that describes you personally. The closer your personal characteristics are to those of your ideal client, the more likely you are to attract that perfect client for your business. As the Law of Attraction says, “You attract who you are.”

Give Your Heart a Break


Would you like to reduce your risk of heart attack? You may be surprised to learn that you don’t have to have a perfect diet or jog daily.

Surprisingly, you can dramatically reduce your risk of heart attack by how you take breaks. Dr. Paul Pearsall in his book The Heart’s Code, describes the factors leading to heart attacks as well as the factors that support your heart’s health.

One of the best ways to support heart health is to spend time with your loved ones whether it’s family or close friends. Specifically, eating three leisurely evening meals a week with your loved ones dramatically reduces the incidence of heart attacks.

A second key is to laugh as many times per day as possible, the harder, the better. Couple this with helping others and you have a proven formula to not only reduce your risk of heart attack, but to strengthen your overall immune response as well.

Use Feng Shui to Attract More Money


Speaking of making more money, here’s a tip from people who practice Feng Shui about what to do to attract more money. Find a pretty red bag and place some coins in it. A smart place to put the bag is in your home office. To place the bag properly, walk into the room and place the bag in the left-hand corner most distant from the door. The concept is simple: Money attracts money.




Today we wrap up our three-part series on ChatGPT and other types of AI. This final session with Jeff Lobb is all about how to use these AI tools in your business to save time, be more efficient, and increase your profitability. Be sure to listen in if you’re a premium member. If not, check out how to Become a Premium Member and access an additional 52 of my articles each year, 36 new training podcasts in addition to our other 300 titles, plus our monthly interviews with the top influencers, industry influencers, and experts all for only $97.00 per year.

In Case You Haven’t Tried This Yet


This is week 2 of my series on AI. This week we do a deep dive with Kendall Bonner about the various types of AI that are out there, including many you are already using in your business. In keeping with this theme, I asked ChatGPT to give me two different versions of Welcome Notes this week.

Here’s the prompt I used and the two responses I received:

Give me a 100-150 word overview of some of the four most widely used types of AI. The four types most widely used should include voice tools that convert spoken content to text including captions, Text AI like ChatGPT, Image tools, and video. This is part of the Welcome Notes of a regular newsletter and introduces the article for this week which is on these topics. Provide me with two different versions.

Please note: The more detailed your prompts are to any type of AI, the better the responses will be.

Here’s what ChatGPT came up with:

Version 1: Artificial intelligence (AI) has become an integral part of our lives, and it comes in different forms. Among the most widely used are voice tools, text AI, image tools, and video AI. Voice tools convert spoken content to text, which is then used to create captions for videos or to generate transcriptions of audio recordings. Text AI, such as ChatGPT, uses natural language processing to understand and respond to written messages. Image tools employ computer vision to recognize and analyze visual content, while video AI can detect and track objects and movements in videos. These AI types have numerous applications, from improving accessibility for the hearing impaired to enhancing customer service in businesses.

Version 2: AI is no longer a futuristic concept but a technology that we use on a daily basis. Voice tools, text AI, image tools, and video AI are among the most popular types of AI. Voice tools are used to convert speech to text, making it possible to add captions to videos or to generate transcripts of audio recordings. Text AI, like ChatGPT, can understand and respond to written messages using natural language processing. Image tools use computer vision to recognize and analyze visual content, while video AI can detect and track objects and movements in videos. These AI types have practical applications across a range of industries, including media, healthcare, and e-commerce, among others.

Why Realtors Who Don’t Embrace ChatGPT Will Be Left Behind: Five Key Reasons to Adopt this Technology


If you’re a realtor who hasn’t embraced the power of ChatGPT, you could be missing out on a valuable tool to grow your business. Here are five reasons why realtors who don’t embrace ChatGPT will be left behind:

  1. Increased Efficiency: ChatGPT can automate many tasks that would otherwise be done manually by a realtor, such as scheduling appointments or answering common questions. By using ChatGPT, you can free up time to focus on more important tasks, such as building relationships with clients.
  2. Improved Customer Experience: ChatGPT can provide 24/7 customer support to potential and current clients. This can lead to a more positive experience for the customer and could even lead to more referrals in the future.
  3. Cost Savings: By using ChatGPT to handle routine tasks, you can save on the cost of hiring additional staff. Additionally, ChatGPT can help you avoid costly errors, such as miscommunications with clients, which can result in lost business or legal fees.
  4. Competitive Advantage: By embracing ChatGPT, you can differentiate yourself from other realtors who may not be using this technology. This can give you a competitive advantage in the market and attract more clients to your business.
  5. Future-Proofing Your Business: As technology continues to evolve, it’s important to stay ahead of the curve and adopt new tools that can help you succeed. By embracing ChatGPT, you can future-proof your business and stay ahead of the competition.

In conclusion, if you’re a realtor who wants to stay competitive in today’s market, it’s important to embrace the power of ChatGPT. By doing so, you can increase efficiency, improve customer experience, save on costs, gain a competitive advantage, and future-proof your business. Don’t get left behind – start using ChatGPT today!

In case you haven’t already figured this out, the article above was written by ChatGPT in response to the prompt:

Write this as an advice article with five points on why realtors who don’t embrace ChatGPT will be left behind and provide a title.

For the next three weeks we’ll be doing a deep dive into ChatGPT technology and the exact steps to take to take advantage of this powerful tool. We will also be exploring other types of AI that are already leading to huge transformations in the real estate industry.