REALTOR Magazine Announced their 30 Under 30 Honorees for 2021 and we are proud that honoree, Glen Clemmons joins the podcast this week. Glen was only a year into his real estate career when he became a caregiver for his mother, whose complications from Parkinson’s disease abruptly worsened in 2017.
If you’ve done any reading in the business space, you’ve heard the famous phrase “know your why”. This advice is stemmed in the idea that your “why” you do you work is foundational and brings true alignment. But if that were all you needed to be a successful entrepreneur, everyone would do it. In order to be successful in business you have to be oriented toward taking action.
With the goal of empowering, encouraging, and educating real estate professionals – we’ve interviewed a lot of proven winners so far in 2021. And we couldn’t pick a favorite guest if we tried! So instead, we compiled highlights from 5 of our most downloaded episodes this year – the ones that inspired us, provided tactical advice (some of which we have already started using ourselves!), and pushed us to expand the boarders of our business. Trust us, you’ll want to give another listen to these leaders!
As a fellow REALTOR Magazine 30 Under 30 Honoree, our podcast host, Kyle Malnati knows exactly how much grit and dedication it takes to achieve that milestone. We invited 2020 Honoree, Cyrus Mohseni, to join the podcast this week to share his inspiring journey.
You are a successful real estate agent – your time is incredibly valuable. A great Inside Sales Agent team (ISA) to prospect and convert inbound leads into sales can be a game-changer that can level up your business. But how do you find the right people who have the grit and work ethic to get the job done?
We all know investing in real estate is a smart move, but these days it can be difficult to get on the property ladder with historically high markets. We invited self-storage expert, Jacob Vanderslice, Principal at VanWest Partners, to join the Calibrate Real Estate Podcast this week to share the fundamentals of this strong investment class.
Overthinking isn’t a personality trait. It’s a fear that steals time and creativity.
When New York Times bestselling author Jon Acuff changed his life by transforming his overthinking, he wondered if other people might benefit from what he discovered. He commissioned a research study to ask 10,000 people if they struggle with overthinking too, and 99.5 percent said, “Yes!”
Edna Keep is a real estate investment teacher and author but she didn’t start out that way. From single mom at age 16 – living in subsidized housing with a daughter in subsidized daycare – to multi-millionaire Real Estate Entrepreneur, Edna created a proven process to use other people’s money to invest.
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.
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.