Office Update – April 13th

Erik found this tool from Politico (politico.com/interactives/2020/coronavirus-testing-by-state-chart-of-new-cases/) to be extremely helpful in providing accurate information for the ongoing crisis concerning COVID-19. Just wanted to pass it along!

Erik’s Overreaction, and E + R = O

Tim Kight, the founder and CEO of Focus3, is one of our favorite human beings over here at myPro Realty. We work hard to implement Tim’s E + R = O philosophy with every interaction we have. Today, Erik explains how he responded to a recent situation with a ‘default’ setting, rather than with a … Continued

Erik Gives Blood and the Future of Driving

Last week Erik mentioned that one of his goals during this time of “safer at home” was to donate blood. Today Erik was true to his word and donated blood…. a lot of it! He also wanted to pass along this interesting video from Jeff Stout regarding the future of driving: What do you think … Continued

Anticipating Change

COVID-19 has affected multiple industries, and real estate is no exception. Today Erik models some of the new precautions agents are currently taking. This outbreak has also taught us that in life there are constant changes, and Erik asks us to look ahead to anticipate change.

We’ll Always Have Each Other

The lyrics to yesterday’s Facebook challenge were: “remind me that we’ll always have each other, when everything else is gone.” These lyrics come from the song “Dig” from the band Incubus. Today Erik reminds us with the help of that song, and some other helpful props, that what’s most important at the end of each … Continued

Erik’s Cowboy Hat

Today was the first day under Wisconsin’s “Safer-At-Home” order, which is in effect until April 24th, 2020. That date seems so far away right now. Erik’s message today is to “Saddle Up” for the difficult month ahead, and let’s ride together toward a better future. Transcription: Hey y’all, it’s Erik Ulvog with myPro Realty & … Continued

Choosing Your Perspective

If you come into the myPro Realty world headquarters (and you’re welcome anytime!) you will find two gigantic paintings. One is of Ernest Hemingway, and another is of President John F. Kennedy. These two men had two interesting perspectives. Today, Erik discusses the importance of perspective with a look at these two iconic figures.

Erik’s 5 Things

If you watched the Mike Staver webinar that we talked about last week Mike spoke about the importance of having a plan. Erik shares 5 things he plans on doing this week to remain productive! Also, does anyone else think these glasses make him look like Bono/Pitbull or is that just me?

Mike Staver’s Crisis Webinar

As an office we took time to watch a webinar from Mike Staver this week, one of the best leadership coaches in the country. Mike had a great message on staying calm and productive in times of crisis that we felt needed sharing. Link: mikestaver.com/crisis-webinar/ Transcription: Hey everyone, it’s Erik Ulvog with Wisconsin Home Guys & … Continued

Erik Discusses The Importance of Community

Today would have been the opening day of March Madness, college basketball’s annual tournament. For Erik, the basketball was never the most important part of the tournament. It was always getting together with friends. Even though many folks are stuck inside, we still need to find ways to connect to each other. In what ways … Continued

myPro Offers Assistance And a Quick Thank You

In addition to serving as one of the ‘Wisconsin Home Guys’ Erik also owns his own real estate brokerage, myPro Realty. Much like Wisconsin Home Guys, myPro is committed to serving people in a meaningful way. Here is a video Erik wanted to pass along, extending an offer to help during this difficult season and … Continued

An Update From Erik on COVID-19

Erik offers encouragement, as well as a brief update from the office, during uncertain times brought on by COVID-19. Transcription: Hey there, Erik Ulvog here. I just want to take a quick moment to encourage my fellow realtors, buyers and sellers. During this national crisis it’s important that we all continue to do our best … Continued