November 18, 2017

Archive for Patrick Healy

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About Patrick Healy

 
Patrick Healy is the founder of Phacient. He has spent the last 6+ years in real estate technology and data. He’s is fascinated with decision making and efficiency. Patrick organizes the Lucky Strikers Social Media Club and RE BarCamp in New York City, likes to tinker with just about anything he can get his hands on and is quite the foodie.
 
 

Is Social Media Worth Your Time?

There’s been significant debate over the years as to whether or not social media is a productive use of time. Are there better options? Come find out next week.

Come be a Mastermind with the Lucky Strikers

Ever wonder what the difference between good networking and GREAT networking? After a lot of thought and conversation, we’ve decided to approach April a little differently. We are going to be doing something we have never done before – something very exciting. We will be trying a new format that is very different from everything […]

Selling is About Improvising – A Lot

Ever been caught on your heels in a presentation or during a business meeting? One of the big takeaways from BarCamp NYC this month is that people are getting back to basics and a putting their energy into hard skills that produce real results. There are no shortcuts or magic pixie dust that will make […]

Eat & Learn: What’s all the ‘Buzz’ about new construction? Matt Slutsky knows….

Word-of-Mouth Advertising, or Building Buzz on a Budget This month is all about coming up with more creative and cost effective ways to market listings. We are very very excited to have Matt Slutsky with us to speak about this topic that often eludes most of the people in our industry. Since launching in 2009, […]

Eat & Learn: Allan Dalton talks about Creating a Culture of Confidence

Creating a Culture of Confidence This month we are very lucky and excited to have Allan Dalton back to speak about a topic that is critical in any business role but even more so when we focus on real estate professionals – the role of confidence as it correlates to success. If one accepts the […]

Eat & Learn: Trevor Sumner Shares the Secrets of Hyper Local Marketing

This month we have entrepreneur and local content and marketing expert Trevor Sumner, President of LocalVox, discussing the smartest ways to “get local” for your business. Whether it’s content curation, local advertising or channel management Trevor has been fascinated by all of it his entire career. He will be offering his insights as to what […]

Eat & Learn: Tim Houston Shares Secrets to Serious Business Networking

This month we have bestselling author, Tim Houston, who is going to be speaking to us about No-Nonsense Networking: Transforming New Connections into Productive, Profitable and Prosperous Relationships. Tim is going to illustrate a number of basic and advanced, tried and true techniques that will show you how to better your business through networking and […]

Eat & Learn: Phil Thomas Di Giulio Illustrates How Video is a Must-Have

Phil Thomas Di Giulio from WellcomeMat will be joining us to speak about what’s happening in real estate video right now and how you can take advantage of the current demand for videos in your marketing efforts. Recently, Phil and WellcomeMat partnered with Sotheby’s to create a very sexy video channel and were also mentioned […]

Eat & Learn: Joe Charat Talks About What Goes Into Making Consumers (and Agents) Happy

This month we are lucky to have Joe speak to us about how real estate professionals assess renter and agent demands and deliver solutions based on those demands. Modern real estate agents, buyers, and renters expect more from the online real estate experience and industry websites need to constantly innovate and evolve in order to […]

I am your partner

Originally published on the Phacient Blog by Patrick Healy here   I wrote a post back in February about customer service and how important it was to respect and value your customers. I wrote it for a few reasons but the biggest one was that I had been witnessing really poor service on the parts […]

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