Originally from Southern California, Steven Ross began selling real estate there in 2005, and after moving to Colorado in 2009, he built another real estate practice from scratch.
Steven says that he was the “worst type of person to be a real estate agent” because: He’s an introvert. He doesn’t work nights or weekends. You can’t find him online (at least up through 2020). He doesn’t do parties or events. In fact, he’s completely antisocial.
Yet he built a successful real estate business twice by doing one thing and one thing only: knocking on doors—over 125,000 of them. In addition to selling real estate, Steven has spent the last 20 years studying and helping people move forward in the areas of life that are important to them.
Steven joins the Calibrate Real Estate Podcast this week to talk about his new book, Doors Open When You Knock, and what he’s learned after knocking on over 125,000 doors.
This is not one more book with tips and tricks to double your business overnight.
Real estate can take people by the horns and toss them around. Doors Open When You Knock is about wrestling control back so that you can leave chaos and uncertainty behind, creating a business and a life that brings joy and fulfillment.
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Our 3 Most Recent Episodes:
- EP #172: How Are Property Taxes Calculated? The Denver Apartment market is at an all-time high. Unfortunately, that means the tax assessments that are mailed to owners on May 1st will also be at all-time highs. We want our clients to be prepared, informed, and proactive. We invited Denver County’s Assessor, Keith Erffmeyer, to join the podcast this week to discuss how residential real property is valued and best practices for protesting your valuation.
- EP #171: Boot Strap Boogie – Scaling Your Virtual Real Estate Business Founder and CEO of Complete Controller, Jennifer Brazer believes that all business owners should have access to excellent financial data to fuel their critical decisions. She has developed efficient bookkeeping, records storage methods, and a delivery system that allows businesses to stay securely connected to their financial data without being tethered to an office.
- EP #170: Navigating a PR Nightmare Eric Dezenhall is in the controversy business. As a damage control expert based in Washington, D.C., Eric works with corporations, prominent individuals, sports organizations, and educational institutions when their worst fears are true: there is someone out to destroy their reputation. As CEO and co-founder of Dezenhall Resources, he has more than 30 years of experience as a crisis management counselor.
Written & Produced by Anne Russell
Hosted by Kyle Malnati
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