In Episode 72 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts Matt Emerson and Jan O’Brien welcome back Rich Brodkin to the WBNL Podcast studio to discuss the ever-changing face of communication and how to make sure that you are connecting with your client.   In Wandering Zen, Jan shares her recent travels to the quaint town of Dunedin, Florida.


WBNL 52:  Communication 101 in 2019

Communication has morphed over the past 5 years and although the trend has moved toward texting as the primary form of connecting, it may not be the best way to communicate during the real estate transaction.  The key is to find out how your clients want to be reached and then make sure that you are communicating with the way it is the most comfortable with them – this will definitely make a difference in the relationship you want to build.




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Wandering Zen – Wandering Dunedin

This week we head back to the Sunshine State which boasts 177 state parks and 195 craft breweries to explore!  We’re going to zero in on the hamlet of Dunedin and explore with Jan O’Brien who recently visited and did some wandering.




Dunedin (pronounced DONE-EE-DIN) is a city in Pinellas County, Florida on the Gulf coast about 24 miles north of St. Petersburg. Two Scotsman who applied for the first post office in North Pinellas County in 1899 named the town, which is derived from Dùn Èideann, the Scottish Gaelic name for Edinburgh.

Scottish families originally settled Dunedin and by 1913 the population was 350.  Today Dunedin has 36,545 residents (2017).

Sister City to Stirling, Scotland

Dunedin embraces and maintains it Scottish roots and that influence can be seen and felt throughout the town.

Here is my list of even more reasons to visit (or perhaps move to) Dunedin, FL:

Learn more about Dunedin – visitdunedinfl

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