After 16 years in real estate, Kristen Cullen’s husband was diagnosed with cancer and she made the selfless choice to leave her career and become his primary caregiver. During his […]
I want to introduce you to my latest podcast guest as his message is one that productive real estate professionals, like us, need to hear. Rory Vaden is a proven thought leader and influencer. He has written two Best Selling books, Take the Stairs in 2012 and Procrastinate on Purpose in 2015. His TEDx talk, titled How to Multiply Your Time, has been viewed over 3.1 million times on YouTube.
As a real estate agent, you always need to be ready for business. Real Estate is an industry grounded in the people and people are our business. From social events, grocery shopping, or driving a company branded car, opportunities to meet your next potential client are every where.
How in the world does an agent sell hundreds of homes a year with a Buyer focused business and shows almost no property herself? Buyer Specialist Saria Finkelstien does that everyday and has expanded her business to new heights using proven systems.
As a real estate agent, your biggest area of focus for developing your business is identifying your value add proposition. But the question becomes, how to you prove your ability to the person on the other side of a cold call in just seconds?
Best selling author of 11 books in personal finance and retirement planning, host of the Financial Underdog Podcast, guest of over 400 podcast interviews, Damion Lupo has started over 50 businesses, and the only thing he is afraid of is regret.
As a child you idolize your parents, they are our first role models. For Matt Laricy, both his father and grandfather were in the real estate industry and inspired his decision at a very young age to purse real estate making him a 3rd generation realtor. The major difference was Matt wanted to do it completely different than his family – he wanted to make his own path.
There is no magic code or hashtag to use on your social media accounts to miraculously produce leads; there is no secret formula. Thats the bad news. But, the good […]
5,300 residences damaged, 1,300 destroyed beyond repair, 1,000 people injured and 53 lost their lives – April 27th 2011 is a day Tuscaloosa residents will never forget. Eight years later […]
Every one needs to find their happy place to combat pressure, stress, and burnout. It’s inevitable to feel the grind in the fast paced and competatvie world of real estate, […]