3 Takeaways from Inman Connect (#icny)

It was the first time in several years that I got to attend Inman Connect in New York City as a spectator. Usually I’m racing from meeting to meeting, moderating panels, working a booth and hosting events. I had a some really great meetings but I also got to spend lots of time sitting front […]

Will The Recovery Continue? A Look at Housing in 2013

Housing Market, 2013 Recovery

If 2012 was the year that the U.S. Housing market stabilized and began its long-awaited recovery, what can we expect in 2013? Will the recovery continue, or will we see another setback? And what are the implications for real estate professionals – especially those who specialize in distressed properties? Most economists and market analysts agree […]

5 Tips For Delivering a Great Webinar

Earlier this week I launched the 2013 Monthly Fuel series to the agents and managers from across the country at Atlantic & Pacific Real Estate. Each month I take 60 minutes to share updates and discuss various topics with our network. It is one of the favorite parts of my job. Like most people who […]

eWomen’s Network: Harnessing the Power of Women Entrepreneurs

I had the pleasure yesterday of attending my first eWomen’s Network event. I’ve been getting emails from the local chapter for a few months now but had been procrastinating on going to one of the monthly meetings. This January meeting got my attention because the founder, Sandra Yancey, was going to be speaking. A quick look […]

5 Tips for Sending Better Emails

Max Wiseltier

Recently NYU student, Max Wiseltier, created quite a stir when he “replied all” to an email sent out by the school. Turns out he replied to 40,000 of his fellow students who were all addressed in the “to” box of the email. Ooops! Given how much time we spend sending emails and receiving them this […]

What’s Your Favorite Color?

What's your favorite color?

Mine is red! I’ve been aware for quite some time of the general knowledge that red is considered a power color. But was pleasantly surprised when a recent study by the Journal of Sports and Exercise Psychology concluded that sports teams or individuals wearing the color red were more likely to win then teams not […]

The 10-Minutes At a Time New Year’s Resolution

New Year's Resolutions

“You can’t always solve the big problems or worry about what life will throw at you a week or a month from now. But you can determine what you do in the next 10 minutes, and the 10 after that. Whether your goal is to lose weight, have a happier work life, save cash or […]

REO’s in 2012 and The Distressed Real Estate Market

A year ago experts were predicted record REO’s to hit the market in 2012. That didn’t happen as planned for many reasons. Below is an article I wrote for RIS Media on what happened to the expected flood of REO’s. Unmet Expectations: The REO Flood of 2012 Industry experts predicted a flood of foreclosures in […]

Speaking at Conferences and Events

Wendy Forsythe speaking

One of the favorite parts of my job is the opportunities I get to speak at conferences to colleagues and friends across the country. Speaking, presenting, training, motivating and educating are all part of my day-to-day activities but when I get to be part of the formal agendas of national events like the ones listed […]

2012 Memories List

It’s that time of year again. Time to reflect, refuel and get ready for 2013. Last year, I published the first annual edition of my memories list, here’s is number two. 2012 was kinda a scary year for me. I moved across the country from New Jersey to California (I know… I traded up!), started […]