Josh Phegan

Josh Phegan is a renowned coach, trainer and speaker for high performance real estate agents and agencies across the globe. Josh coaches more than 180 real estate agents and more than 60 per cent of his clients write in excess of $600,000.
  • The number one thing leaders need to do in turbulent markets is to reinvest – in people, process and resources. You’ll never cost-cut your way to greatness. To build a great business, you need to be super clear on your operating system. That operating system is built on three foundations: 1. Purpose – why you’re here, what you do for…

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  • The five to eight-year short-term debt cycle has entered a new phase. After unprecedented growth we’ve moved into contraction. Since the GFC, world banks have flooded the market with cheap credit. Cheap money leads to an increased supply of cash.   People rushed to the banks, borrowed money at low interest rates and bought. They bought houses, cars, trips overseas and filled…

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  • A property cycle follows market progression from the peak to the start of the decline, then from a declining market to the bottom before recovery and growth lead the way to hit the peak again. The distance between the peaks in any market is somewhere between seven and 12 years, and the great news is it’s getting shorter. Since the…

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  • property managers emerging technology

    The last 10 years have radically reshaped the way we live. The adoption of mobile phones, socialisation of our relationships and the amplification of remote work have also changed the way we do business. Software is eating the world. What was once done by a team of people is being automated, forcing fewer people in the process to deliver the…

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  • The only reason a goal isn’t achieved is you don’t have a system for it. Intent matters in business; what do you intend to do, how do you want to grow? The bigger the dream, the more important the team. As a leader, you want to create a leader-leader model. Most businesses are leader-follower, where everyone in the business has to…

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  • What you think is the problem isn’t the problem. The way you think about the problem – that’s the problem. There are three types of customer you need to get close to. Existing customers of your firm – they know you, love you and chose you for a reason. Competitors’ customers – they chose the competitor for a reason and have…

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  • Lead generation websites aren’t new, but they do cut into your margins and breed lazy agents. Even worse, a number of the leads are already in your existing database. On the flip side, we have agents who are still building relationships yet fail to convert any of those relationships to real live listings. So where’s the balance? You need to…

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  • With every real estate agency seeking to win more listings, top coach Josh Phegan says there are only two ways to increase profitability. You can focus on the competition, or you can focus on the customer. But choose wisely, as only one of them is responsible for paying your invoice. Our industry is obsessed with what the competition is doing.…

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  • You can’t do anything in business or life without intent. To grow a great business you’ve got to have something that drives you. Whether you call it goals, a dream, vision, a purpose, mission, whatever it is, it needs to be the number one thing that drives all your activities. Josh Phegan explains what needs to come next to make…

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  • The challenge with technology in our industry is that we’re not playing a big enough game. It’s our strategy that’s wrong, not the technology itself. In recent years we’ve been longing for a piece of tech that does it all, a magical database that lets property management and sales play together. Instead, what we’ve developed to date are silos of…

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  • Winning Big

    Let me tell you about an amazing App for your phone. You don’t need to download it from the App store; it’s already there and it’s the best way to get organised in the new financial year. I’m amazed by how many people wait until the end of the calendar year to reflect on achievements and set goals for the…

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  • Your greatest asset is your ability to learn. There can never be a day that you’re not learning something new; if that day comes it may be the beginning of the end. You need to have a lifetime of hunger, to push yourself beyond what you think you’re capable of, to allow failure and keep going. It’s not rocket science;…

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  • IF YOU WANT TO be successful at surfing the biggest waves in the world, you need to be able to read the signals. Likewise, learning to read signals from your prospective clients will help you to successfully deliver more sales and avoid a wipeout. Coach Josh Phegan explains. EVEN THE WORLD’S best surfers fear Hawaii’s deadly Banzai Pipeline. The surf…

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