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  • On getting into real estate My husband encouraged me for several years to enter real estate, telling me he thought I would love it. I was writing books at the time on motherhood and had two small children, but when they started primary school, I decided the time was right to check it out. I …

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  • On getting into real estate I was working at a drive-through bottle shop in 2006. The manager spoke to the staff in a way that did not create a team atmosphere and often was belittling. One night I had enough and quit on the spot. I walked down the street feeling great for 100 metres …

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  • On getting into real estate Until I was older my family was not really on the real estate path. But, after my parents divorce and a huge change in lifestyle, my father found himself investing and my mother found herself building a very successful career in property management. Throughout my youth I’d spent more than …

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  • On getting into real estate  Real Estate chose me. It was not the career path that I thought I would end up in, but my mother encouraged me to join the team after uni (I have a degree in Agricultural Business). The happiest moment in my career There were several happy moments in my career. …

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  • On getting into real estate  Prior to real estate, I spent the first decade of my career in the film industry, in lighting for film and TV. I had my own business, with trucks, vans, a warehouse and hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of equipment. The GFC in 2009, coupled with massive technology changes …

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  • On getting into real estate I chose to get married – I fell in love at first sight, and with all cliches aside, I knew my wife would be my life partner from the moment we met. So if you ask me did I choose real estate, or did real estate choose me, then all …

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  • On getting into real estate After experience in retail, I was convinced by my best friend to join him in real estate. I loved the thrill of the chase, the ability to improvise and think outside the box. For some reason, it just works. The happiest moment in my career Starting my own Agency at …

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  • Two years ago Gardian Real Estate sales consultant Leanne Druery was crowned the winner of Transform 2017, but the gong didn’t come without its challenges. After the win, she shared the inspiring story of her decision to return to the industry following the loss of her husband to pancreatic cancer. Now, Leanne continues to prove …

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  • In the final instalment of our Transform/19 highlights series coach Fiona Blayney is back to examine how the 80/20 principle can be applied to your customers. Fiona gives her best advice on accurately determining the return on investment of every client and how you can improve - in every area - of the four segments of employment and functionality within…

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  • In this instalment of our Transform/19 highlights series, coach David Stewart draws on his years of experience as a sales agent and as an innovator in the tech space to advise people on how to effectively build their database from scratch.

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  • VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS 00:10 Applying the 80/20 rule to your team on an individual basis 00:51 Determining the reasonable performance level of every person in your organisation 01:25 Lessons of effective delegation from Jack Welch and GE 02:55 Customer satisfaction is the number one metric of a great property management business 04:20 The three reasons why …

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  • VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS 00:10 Categorising your database by what kind of vendors you currently have 02:20 Understanding the difference between positive and negative tension 02:42 How to best eliminate risks which prevent people from taking action 04:24 How to work with expired listings 05:55 Understanding and defining what the ‘A grade’ buyer and seller you want …

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