Are you looking for ways to become a successful realtor? If so, but you entered the space treating it as a hobby, then it is time to treat your business as a real job. In this episode, Jen Du Plessis talks with Leigh Brown about starting to do things in your business differently as a realtor. A realtor extraordinaire and bestselling author herself, Leigh shows us the ropes to get your business going, especially during this time of crisis with the Coronavirus Pandemic. She talks about how you can prepare for the worst and highlights the importance of having a mentor. Also, giving us a peek into her book, Seven Deadly Sins of Sales, Leigh names one of the deadly sins that you should fix if you want to put your business on track. Whether you are a realtor or a mortgage lender trying to figure out how to work with one,
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In this increasingly busy world, many of us find ourselves getting drowned deeper into more and more work. It has become difficult to see the light of day with everything piling upon us. So when can we stop running around like a chicken with our heads cut off? In this episode, Jen Du Plessis sits down with Bruce Lund to discuss how we can work smarter and not harder. They talk about how we can get the most out of our day with the right time management so that we can not only be the most efficient but also get as much from our business in that timeframe. Bruce is the Founder and Director of the 90-Day Sales program, where he helps thousands of professionals all over the country increase productivity through accountability with intense and positive sales training. He shares with us some of those great wisdom along with the
Anybody can become a great leader no matter what position you are in. Today, Jen du Plessis talks to Christine Perakis about the key leadership strategies that we need to possess. Christine is a business growth architect who guides small business owners to get from zero to eight figures in record time. Drawing from her experience as an attorney, strategic advisors, and serial entrepreneur, she offers advice on how to make sure that you remain a quality leader and an effective communicator. She also outlines her barometers of resilience and highlights some tidbits from her book, The Entrepreneur’s Essential Roadmap: Take Your Business from 0 to 7 Figures in Record Time. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: <h2>Leadership Strategies: Becoming A Great Leader And Effective Communicator With Christine Perakis</h2> Leadership Strategies: Becoming A Great Leader And Effective Communicator With Christine Perakis I have with me
One of the purposes of niching down is to keep yourself from drowning in a heavily saturated space. In business, you just can’t be everything to everybody because if you’re selling to everyone, you’re basically selling to no one. If you’re looking to jumpstart on finding out how to niche down, then it is best to start with making your message clear. This episode will help you with that as host, Jen Du Plessis, brings in author, host, and founder of Bator Training & Consulting, Ken Bator. Sharing his book, The Formula for Business Success, Ken lets us in on some branding strategies that do not only deliver great business results but also create a positive workforce and work environment. He shows us how closely related brand, culture, and strategy are to a business’ success, especially in creating a positive customer experience. Dive in deep into Ken’s wisdom and expertise that will
Creating, launching, and monetizing your product or service requires the right tactics. In this episode, Jen Du Plessis interviews Sean Douglas who is a Resilience Implementer, Suicide Awareness Trainer, International Radio Show Host of Life Transformation Radio, Business Positioning Strategist, and Author. Here, Sean shares to us his love for solving problems and how you too, can give the right answers that can guide you to business growth. He believes that by becoming someone who is known for something and has a startling fact, you can make a lasting impression to your target clients. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Creating, Launching, And Monetizing Your Product With Sean Douglas I am excited for our guest because he is a veteran and everybody knows how important that is to me for my family and because I was raised in Colorado Springs, Colorado and around that. I
Are you in the process of raising investments but have no idea where to start? In this episode, Fredrik Sandvall talks about his military background in Sweden while managing three businesses. He shares his experience in the real estate space as well as some future undertakings he has planned. He also discusses some big mistakes people make when raising money for their business and gives ideas on how to do it right. Frederik is an industry expert and mentor to startup businesses looking to achieve financial freedom through real estate, investments, and business. His global entrepreneur experience had a direct impact on the establishment and development of FundX. He hosts two podcasts, namely Investing Skills, which he does alone, and Invest in You with his sons, Ivan and Charlie. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Where Will The Business Investment Come From? With Fredrik Sandvall
Keeping a proper database of contacts, and turning those contacts into business is an art form all its own. Lead generation is an essential skill for any good sales person to master, and yet, many neglect to even put the lightest bit of effort in it. Scott Groves is a sales coach and lead generation master who’s been in the industry for 20 years. He and Jen Du Plessis break down what lead generation is, and why it’s so important for a growing business. Could this be the big break your business needs? — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Making Lead Generation Simple With Scott Groves If this is the first time, thanks for joining us. Welcome to the community and I hope that this is the beginning for you. If you have read for years, thank you so much for doing that. I appreciate
Success in business means that your product or service is sought after by potential clients, or they keep on buying from you. It is about creating that customer base and building that “tribe” which attracts other potential clients, boosting your sales. In this episode, host Jen Du Plessis interviews author and business consultant Mitch Russo about building and taking care of a tribe to drive up sales to your product. They also talk about creating and handling your tribe culture while staying true to oneself. — Listen to the podcast here: Building Your Power Tribe With Mitch Russo I have with me Mitch Russo. Mitch and I met at an event called New Media Summit, which is for podcasters. He’s a great podcaster. The name of his podcast is Your First Thousand Clients. If you’re reading and you’re going, “What’s that? First thousand clients?” That’s what we’re going to
In the world of real estate financing, finding fresh ways to go about things gives you a good strong edge in the game. Creative real estate financing has the power to put you ahead of other people doing the same things you are. Chuck Sutherland, an award-winning real estate investor and developer, chats with Jen Du Plessis about some creative real estate financing techniques that you can pick up and begin incorporating into your practice. The real estate investment field tends to get crowded sometimes, but these techniques shared by Chuck can and will give you an advantage, and allow you to maximize the potential of your investments and protect you from and possible failures. — Listen to the podcast here: Creative Real Estate Financing With Chuck Sutherland I’m excited about our episode because I have a friend and colleague of mine, Chuck Sutherland. He is a master at
Selling property is not all about marketing the place’s facade, its features, and the price. It is also about getting into your potential buyer’s subconscious and putting up the right symmetries to the things that they see and feel about the property. Host, Jen Du Plessis, sits down with leadership speaker, Sean Abbananto, to talk about what he has found out that brings success to real estate transactions, particularly for the stagers and realtors, as backed by science. Sean shares how he and his wife Micah discovered different strategies to up their listings game that has been taking people’s business to the next level. Learn all about what it takes to have buyers make that offer in this episode. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Tapping The Subconscious To Enhance Your Listing Process With Sean Abbananto I am so excited because I have a very
One of the prominent pieces of advice by many who have made it in the real estate world is to find your niche. Branch Manager at Arcus Lending Inc., Blake Bogese, is one of those people who believe in this. In this episode, host, Jen Du Plessis, sits down with Blake to talk about his career as a business coach and real estate broker. Diving deeper, he takes us into the world of VA loans in his marketplace and how he managed to stay afloat and become successful in this niche that is known to be highly competitive. He goes further and talks about helping veterans and the importance of developing great relationships in the business. Blake then shares his plans in the coming 2020 and his business growth hacks. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Staying Afloat In The Competitive VA Niche With
Leading a company or business does not just revolve around making profit and delivering your products or services. In fact, it extends beyond to having a clear vision and impact. In this episode, host Jen Du Plessis interviews business impact strategist Catherine Rocheleau about her strategies on leadership. No one can do business alone. That is why we need to build strong teams if we want to expand our businesses. Catherine gets inside to what she calls ‘The Triple Bottom Line’ that represents the three key factors that make a business more profitable. Tune in to this episode to explore more what these are and maximize their benefits and create a positive impact. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Creating A Positive Impact Within The Business And Into The World With Catherine Rocheleau I have a wonderful guest with me, Catherine Rocheleau. She is