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Episode 57: Success From Scratch

Episode 57: Success From Scratch

On this week’s episode of Success from Scratch, ​Christopher Garcia​ talks about how he is making a difference in Austin’s saturated Housing Market. Mark and Christopher also discuss how to leave your mark by staying focused and being intentional (yet holistic) about each client interaction.

Now available on the go: listen to inspirational stories on all podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, just search ‘Success from Scratch’ anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

 

Episode 56: Success From Scratch

Episode 56: Success From Scratch

Christina Nardi is this week’s Success from Scratch featured Realtor. Her own home building process is what sparked her passion for Real Estate – so much so that it triggered her career change!

Looking back, Christina acknowledges that getting her business off the ground was the hardest thing she had to endure but today she’s found the best way to lead the charge! Tune in for some insider tips!

Now available on the go: listen to inspirational stories on all podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, just search ‘Success from Scratch’ anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

 

 

 

Episode 55: Success From Scratch

Episode 55: Success From Scratch

Don’t be stubborn, don’t be an island. That’s Elise Sessions’ motto.

On this episode, Elise touches on the power of Real Estate in bringing people together, and how going the extra mile will provide unexpected positive outcomes!

Elise also talks about how it’s not ‘about the leads but about the experience’ and follow up with prospective clients that matter.

Now available on the go: listen to inspirational stories on all podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, just search ‘Success from Scratch’ anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

 

Episode 54: Success From Scratch

Episode 54: Success From Scratch

From Sports to Neiman Marcus, to Real Estate, Alan Oliver, Realtor JP and Associates has had a very diversified professional career.

On this episode, Alan and Mark discuss how important it is to touch-base after finalizing every transaction; how social media ‘love’ and sharing client success are key to keep clients happy! Also, find out why the number 54 has a special meaning to Alan.

Now available on the go: listen to inspirational stories on all podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, just search ‘Success from Scratch’ anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

 

 

Develop A Sense Of Urgency To Everything You Do…

Develop A Sense Of Urgency To Everything You Do…

If you are like me, as a top performing real estate professional, you are wondering how to get more important things done in less time. Here are some tips from Brian Tracy’s bestselling book, “Eat That Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time.”

Start your day by tackling the biggest, hardest and most important task of the day. In short: Do the worst first and resist the temptation to start with the easier tasks. This is the central message of Brian Tracy’s bestselling book, “Eat That Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time.”

Separate the big and important tasks from low-priority tasks, by creating imaginary deadlines. Work through your day as if you’ve just received an emergency message and been informed you must leave town tomorrow. Then ask yourself: What are my priorities? Write them down and grade them, with “A” being items of greatest importance.

Examine ways you can save, schedule and consolidate large chunks of time for the most important tasks. Work in blocks of time. Make work appointments with yourself then discipline yourself to keep those appointments. If you have tasks you can schedule, then set aside preplanned time slots where you focus only on one task at a time.

The word No, is one of the most powerful tools for time management. Learn to say no politely but clearly. Intentionally avoid working on low-value tasks, activities or responsibilities that you can abandon with no real loss. Keep in mind that to do something new you must stop or complete doing something old.

Develop a sense of urgency to everything you do. Impose deadlines for every task. There is never enough time to get everything done. But you are free to choose what you do next. And your ability to choose between the important and the unimportant is the key determinant of your success in life and work.

Consistency… show me one thing in your business that is working when your inconsistent? Check this out for more insight in being consistent.

#WinTheDay

 

Episode 53: Success From Scratch

Episode 53: Success From Scratch

On this week’s episode of Success from Scratch we hear the inspirational story of Kelley Stubbs. In less than 12 months Kelley had a baby, overcame a serious health condition and worked hard to support the next generation of Realtors by becoming Mentor of the Year!

Kelley delves into the life of a mentor, ‘ the analysis paralysis’ process and how using the right technology can help you step up your game in Real Estate.

Now available on the go: listen to inspirational stories on all podcast platforms including Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, just search ‘Success from Scratch’ anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.

 

“If you can be yourself then you will attract the clients that you should be attracting..if you commit yourself to do things, then anybody can be successful.” – Kelley Stubbs, JP and Associates REALTORS®
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