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Ebby Halliday built a business and a legacy.

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Ebby Halliday built a business and a legacy.

Commit to Improve Your Industry

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Ebby started her  real estate business in 1946 and helped to define the entire industry. After watching this video and reading the Q&A (case study guide), you can go to the homepage  for this episode or click on the Key Question  for other insightful answers.

Create Opportunity for Others

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Ebby Halliday's strong work ethic and leadership have inspired other's to achieve their own success.

Take A Flying Leap

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Ebby Halliday exemplifies the successful payoff for a calculated--and self-financed--risk.    

Turn Raw Talent Into Leadership

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Mary Frances Burleson (pictured at far right), president of Ebby Halliday Real Estate turned raw, talent into leadership with Ebby Halliday as her mentor.

Hold On To Quality People

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Ebby Halliday says that great people will stay in a learning and growing environment.   

Work Yourself Into Youth

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Host Hattie Bryant discovers that Ebby Halliday doesn't believe in retirement for herself. 

Invest In Technology And Training

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Mary Frances Burleson, president of Ebby Halliday Real Estate, is building on the company's strong commitment to technology and continuing education.   More...

Develop More Products To Serve Current Customers

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Ebby Halliday and Mary Frances Burleson say that loyal customers return if you give them more to buy and 'tie the bow' on every transaction.

Pass The Business On

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Whether it's Ebby Halliday Real Estate or Michael Dell's (pictured here) PCs, billion dollar businesses can emerge from the desire to build a big business as well as the desire to pass something on to others who will grow it without you.