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.
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.
Eric Dezenhall is in the controversy business. As a damage control expert based in Washington, D.C., Eric works with corporations and prominent individuals when their worst fears are true: there is someone out to destroy their reputation.
Eric joins the Calibrate Real Estate Podcast this week to discuss what to do as a business owner when you have a crisis on your hands, what to do when you have to face a negative story, and what to do when the media just can’t stand you. Tune in to learn more!
Like most real estate investors, when best-selling author Dave Dubeau started out in the business he thought he had to cold-call, schmooze and chase after people to raise money. As an introvert, he hated the idea of massive rejection from cold calling and schmoozing felt desperate and a waste of time. He knew if this career was going to work, he would have to try something completely different. It was time to stop chasing investors and instead have them come to him.
Before hitting the age of 30, Nik Boone, the Broker and Owner of Ascend Real Estate & Property Management, has gained over 10 years of experience in the industry. His goal is to offer the best service possible to all clientele, from the first-time buyer or renter, to the experienced investor. With everything he has accomplished, understandably, Nik is a 30 Under 30 Honoree for 2020.
Captain William ”T.” Thompson’s accomplishments are many: US Air Force pilot, Delta Airlines captain, lawyer, award-winning businessman, and professional speaker.
But Captain “T” did not start out in life with any special advantages. In fact, being born and raised in segregated South Carolina meant that the difficulties he faced growing up were many.
Are you responsible for leading a strategic plan that actually gets implemented and delivers results? All organizations and communities need a vital strategic plan to trailblaze the future while navigating constant change. Carol Poore, Ph.D, MBA, joins the Calibrate Podcast this week to talk about her newest book, Strategic Impact.
Freedom. It’s the ability to do whatever you want, whenever you want. It’s the ultimate reward of selling your business. But selling a company can be confusing, and one wrong step can easily cost you dearly. Many owners will close their doors, ultimately earning little for their life’s work—while a select few will become fabulously wealthy.