Everyone has the same number of hours in each day, so why are some people far more productive than others? The most direct reason: discipline. Sure, other elements are part of a bigger explanation – performance, systems, focus, priorities, accountability – but none of them are possible without discipline.
Whether it’s a national conference or a local mastermind group, there’s something special about getting together with real estate professionals to share ideas and learn new things. I always leave these events feeling motivated and inspired.
I can’t think of many things that seem more intimidating than buying your first house and securing a mortgage for it but potential first-timers shouldn’t be scared off by the process or the myths surrounding it, like having to put 20% down…
It takes a lot of skill, resiliency and insight to lead a major city – especially one as vibrant as Denver.
Mayor Michael Hancock, who’s been the CEO of the Mile High City for the past eight years, clearly has what it takes. During a recent interview for my podcast, he says he wakes up every day feeling humble, appreciative and privileged to fill the role. That’s a good starting point for any leader.
Having former NFL player Ryan Harris on the Start with a Win podcast was both eye-opening and fun. Eye-opening because many of the elements that drove his journey to the top apply to all of our lives. And fun because…
As an entrepreneur, you have a choice to make: to buy a franchise or not to buy a franchise? To go it alone or to leverage the power of a network? To be in business by yourself or to be in business for yourself?
In sales, it’s no coincidence that success almost always begins with conversation – big or small. You’ve got to learn about the consumer, leave a lasting impression and deliver value. Doing so with clarity, consistency and passion brings you that much closer to the close.
When I was a teenager pumping gas for customers at a Chevron station in south Denver, I never imagined I’d one day be CEO of an international powerhouse. I didn’t know that the station on the corner of Belleview and South Syracuse, where I worked throughout high school, would be replaced years later by the headquarters of a real estate giant – the one I now helm.