The Expert Interviews
With Tom Ferry
We bring Tom Ferry back on the show and talk about what he sees for the future of the real estate industry. Overall---Tom's always thinking about how to stay 25 steps ahead of your competition. He shares a few very interesting ideas on building relationships with hedge funds and the other players that are currently holding thousands of homes in their inventory and why now may be the time they will be looking to unload them and move that money into other asset classes.
With Katie Lance
We are pleased to share our interview with the lovely Katie Lance! As the former chief strategist for Inman News and current CEO& Owner of Katie Lance Consulting, a social media marketing firm, she has SO much to offer on all things technology and social media based! There are still so many questions out there when it comes to social media. Where do I start? How do I take it to the next level? How do I get more likes? These are questions we all ask ourselves whether we’ve been on various social media platforms for years or are just starting out. Katie shares the answers to some of these questions as well as some really valuable nuggets that will change the way you approach social media and the presence you are creating for yourself. One of the best things you can do when approaching social media is have a strategy. Think about where you want the conversation to go not just today, but 30-60 days from now.
With Scott Drucker
Scott Drucker, General Counsel of the Arizona Association of REALTORS drops by the podcast to chat about his role with AAR and the road that led to Phoenix. A Baltimore native and passionate sports fan, Scott shares his early work with Cal Ripken's company and the opportunity that brought Scott and his wife to the desert.
With Honoree Corder
Hear how to take your real estate business to the next level, build a brand, have name recognition and sell a lot more houses by authoring your very own real estate book. Honoree Corder shares a step by step guide - everything from the 4 cornerstones of a professional book, the top mistakes every real estate agent must avoid and how to own a niche in your market - in this podcast interview with Pat. As Honoree says, once you follow this simple process to create your first book, "you’re going to win so big that you’ll wonder why you didn’t write a book ten years ago!"
With James Festini
Hear how you can get more solid listing leads using a beast mode lead generation mindset in this podcast with 3-time Real Estate Rockstar Radio guest James Festini. Not only will James share exactly how he prospected to get 150-200 solid listing leads in 7 months in a brand new territory where he knew no one, but you'll also hear a wealth of other valuable nuggets including his go-to lead generation tools.
With Jeff Scislow
Jeff Scislow sold 80 homes worth $16 million in a single year. Jeff specializes in geographic farming, builders, creative finance, and repeat & referrals from past clients & sphere of influence.
With Jay Niblick
Todays guest is a psychologist that has written the DISC profile tool for Anthony Robbins. In this episode we discussed how smart entrepreneurs use their personality profile to find flow in their business and make better hiring decisions. We talk about how you can use this for personal growth and finding talent that is best suited for the job opening that you are trying to fill. In real estate there are essentially 4 types of sales roles---the listing agent, the inside sales agent, the buyers agent and the helper.
With Jim Walberg
In this interview, we share the amazing story of Jim Walberg to the Real Estate Sessions Podcast. From Redondo Beach surfer to sailor of the Caribbean, Jim's story is filled with cool twists and turns. Jim has built an impressive operation in the Bay Area, implementing superb customer service. His daily mission is to surprise, delight and dazzle.