The staggering opportunity that still exists for Realtors

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Taking the time to discover what drives you can be one of the most important decisions you make in your career. If you were making the change from a corporate role to become a real estate or mortgage entrepreneur, what decisions would you need to make? Building a business based on your core values, with a proven social media strategy, while maintaining personal client relationships could be the key to your success.

On this episode of the Massive Agent Podcast, Dustin Brohm sits down with Phil Treadwell, a mortgage industry executive and co-founder of the Industry Syndicate podcast network. Phil and Dustin cover a variety of topics including making life changing career decisions, the best ways to capture an audience on social media, and the benefits of taking action to achieve exponential goals.

This conversation is full of great nuggets like focusing your marketing efforts on what the audience cares about vs. what we want them to hear. Phil tells us what loan officers should be doing on social media, how to stay in front of your audience, and the three questions loan officers and agents should both be asking. Finally, they share the importance of surrounding yourself with successful people, and the value of positive thinking for the subconscious mind. If you’re wondering, what value you can bring to your audience, and what’s the best platform to deliver your message? You’ll want to listen closely to this conversation.

 

Mentioned on this episode:
Book – Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins
Journal – Building  an Elite Organization (Journal) by Don Wenner
MAP Ep 73 – The Biggest Mistakes Mortgage Lenders See Realtors Make w/ Phil Treadwell

 

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Dustin Brohm

Author Dustin Brohm

Dustin Brohm, the Host of the Massive Agent Podcast, is a Realtor in Salt Lake City, Utah w/ the Search Salt Lake team, a real estate media company, brand, and team that he founded. Dustin is a sought after speaker and trainer in the real estate industry. He was a speaker at Inman Connect San Fran 2017, and a contributor, blogger, speaker, host of a local show called the Salt Lake Insider show, and a non-real estate media company by the same name, Salt Lake Insider. His work has been published on prominent real estates sites like the Zillow blog, RISMedia, HomeLight, Onion Juice Podcast, Real Estate Uncensored, Future of Real Estate, Realtor.org, Inman, RESAAS, Adwerx, Zurple, and more. Dustin recently launched the Massive Agent Society, a powerful all-inclusive lead gen training system for Realtors and Loan Officers, and exclusive referral network, in April 2018.

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