Think Bigger | Real Estate
I don’t know of anyone more qualified to speak on thinking bigger than Grant Cardone. He is the author of the 10X Rule and the father of thinking big!
When I ask Grant, “What does a guy like you do to continue to think bigger?” ambitious people everywhere tune in.
When I ask Grant, “Why do you keep pushing at the level you’re pushing when you already have so much?” ambitious people everywhere perk up.
When Grant teaches what are the most important things to know about sustaining big success and choosing your mentors, we all want to know his answer.
This exclusive interview with Grant Cardone himself answers these questions and teaches these principles.
This episode will do at least two things for you:
1. Give you superior knowlege about how to protect your own assets.
2. Give you superior knowledge that will allow you to increase your own value proposition by being able to start conversations with your clients about this same same topic, helping you to stand out from other real estate professionals.
Additionally, Brian shares his love of being a dad of two darling little girls and gives some great parenting advice as well.
Many real estate agents with whom I speak and consult are not yet real estate investors…. or are not invested at the level they’d like to be due to some limitations that don’t have to exist. Your own capital, or the capital of investor money that you raise, is unnecessary when using the tactics discussed in this episode.
Additionally, real estate agents can change their approach and their identity when they go from being ‘another agent here to market and sell your home or help you buy a home’ to the agent that is also an investor and can purchase your home.
This episode is going to pique your interest on how you can become uncommon, unique, more valuable and set yourselves apart in a crowded marketplace.
If you’ve ever wondered how you can be better at sales, a better parent, better and more impactful in your community, it comes down to leadership. All of us act and lead in accordance with established habits and routines who like deep ruts. To change those ruts we have to rewire the brain very intentionally. On this episode, Chad and I go through the acronym RARE from the book Rare Leadership to highlight key principles for being a better leader.
Erik Hatch’s new book is a guide to servant leadership and every person interested in success AND significance, income AND impact needs to read it. Erik gives nuggets of wisdom as to how he and some very talented individuals with whom he gets to work, became the 49th highest producing real estate team in the country while establishing a culture of being purpose-focused for all that work with and are associated with this great team.
This is evident when you ask Erik how many people work for him he answers, “Zero. I work for them.”
This is the essence of Erik Hatch and why you need to learn from this man.
In our automated and technologically advanced world, it can be easy to put so much emphasis on the digital touches that we forget the fundamentals of building relationships.
Greg gives some very tactical wisdom, advice and systems on how to do this easily and consistently…. and you get to hear my rant about my own industry. You’re going to want to hear this.
Some believe that real estate teams are not good for the consumer. Others believe they are necessary for an agent to serve their client at the highest level.
The topic that top agent and team leader Christopher Watters of Watters International Realty and I discuss is actually about living a life of impact. Christopher shares his story of being on the transaction treadmill while watching the other areas of his life suffer. Now, by building a team Christopher is able to offer leadership, opportunity and value to his teammates and to more consumers.
Barbara Corcoran, the queen of New York real estate, said that over someone really talented she’d take someone that gets back up quickly.
Gary Keller says the key is task on time over time.
The common thread here is that those that get back up quickly and work consistently will be ahead of those that don’t.
Whether it be the summer months, the holidays, an illness, a death or illness in the family, all of us have times where we’ve needed to get back up and get going again. Stephanie Peck shares 5 steps to getting back up and get back on track.
Balancing the growth of our businesses and our health can seem complicated, yet it doesn’t need to be. I have with me today Tim James, founder and CEO of Chemical Free Body to teach and share just how simple having a health transformation can be. Tim discusses a very simple nutrition routine and practices that will demystify what it means to eat healthy while giving you the confidence and the energy to build the business that you want.
Teaching what no one at the time was teaching, which was how to build and scale an Airbnb business, Brian created a training called the BNB Formula. His masterclass is now the world’s best selling Airbnb training where he has taught thousands of people from 38 countries how to build six to seven figure Airbnb businesses, with several of his students now doing over $1M in bookings.