When you think of your typical sales person, you probably think of an outgoing and gregarious extrovert. Some one who has the power of smooth-talking and doesn’t think bat an eye at making cold calls or door knocking.
In todays digital world, you have less than 10 seconds to catch your potential clients attention – and keep it. When was the last time you “checked yourself” and googled your own brand? If you don’t have a consistent and ever present presence, you may be loosing out to your competition that does.
Is our market heading for a shift? Have we reached the peak and are looking over the other side of the high hill our market has climbed? In times of uncertainty, we look to what is sturdy and consistent; numbers and facts
What it means to be happy and successful doesn’t mean the same thing to everyone. In today’s world, we fall victim to the crippling and undisciplined pursuit of more. More leads, more appointments, more clients, more hires… the frantic pace of more is overrunning our true desires.
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.
Friendships and partnerships are two very different versions of “ships”. When making the choice to create a partnership for the sake of a real estate venture, you may consider a friendship your best source of engagement
If you have ever wanted to get a behind the scenes look at how a top producer operates their business – this is the episode for you. Tony Carnesi of Keller Williams DTC moderates a panel of 3 top agents in the Denver Metro area for a deep dive into how they have reached their high levels of success.
90% of business ideas are recycled and the most successful people know this to be the case. Successful people know not only how to network and extract ideas, but most importantly they know we all have the same problems and we are all just looking for solutions.
Becky Barrick got her start in real estate at the young age of 21. She quickly learned real estate is easy to get into, but not so easy to be successful in. And ultimately, if you want something bad enough, you’re going to have work A LOT for it.
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.