Heading to the 2018 ARPM Conference? Hear from the speakers and coaches in our exclusive interviews and stories below.
Episode 59: Michael Love of Love & Co on his biggest lessons from his firm’s 70 year history and how to lead with authenticity.
Usually, things are never as bad as you think they’re going to be. Fundamentally, if you just stay present to right now, the worst thing that’s happened is, it’s done. Move on. If you’re working in the future and you’re constantly in a place that hasn’t occurred yet, it really…
It’s been almost 75 years since Michael Love’s grandfather first opened the doors of Love Real Estate in service of Melbourne’s ‘North’. Now, as a third-generation agent and director of that company, Michael reflects on the valuable lessons his family’s experience offers him as he sets about “running his own race”. Story by Cassandra Charlesworth.
After more than a decade in property management, Sam Nokes has worked his way up to Head of Department at Jellis Craig. Overseeing a team of 24 who manage a rent roll of over 1,600 properties, he’s also learned a thing or two about problem-solving. Sam spoke with Hannah Blackiston about his career, just how it is he tackles all those problems and why he won’t be replying-all on emails.
In a four part series, we drew inspiration from Tim Ferriss’ Tribe of Mentors and spoke with the ARPM 2018 speakers about their story. This interview features McGrath Lower North Shore’s New Client Consultant Bradley Fraser.
Episode 56: Top CEO coach JoAnna Ferrari provides insights on leadership in our new series ‘The Leadership Diaries’
In this podcast interview, Samantha McLean talks to JoAnna Ferrari about what she learned working for Tony Robbins, where her new ideas for her businesses come from, how leaders can help employees understand culture and what she will be speaking about at ARPM 2018.
Episode 53: Nigel Dalton on ‘the Black Mirror’ in real estate, connected communities and the Internet of Things
In this podcast interview, Samantha McLean talks to REA Group Chief Inventor Nigel Dalton about social credit systems, how trust ratings impact your business, what to do with negative reviews and how being part of a high-performance team will help with resolving these problems.