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  • VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS 00:37 How James maintains the high of AREC after it’s over 01:11 His evolving systems and processes through the years 02:07 The structure of his team 02:41 The benefits of being good to your team 03:24 James’ favourite AREC speakers.         More from AREC 2018

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  • VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS 00:24 How Brendan created his own wolf pack 01:00 Linking arms when someone joins the team 01:55 EBUs (Effective Business Unit) and organically growing your team 03:10 A different approach to BDMs and property management More from AREC 2018

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  • What was your first job and what did it teach you? My first job was working behind the bar at the local tennis club. It taught me many things that have proven to be invaluable in my working life, namely risk assessment, customer service, multi-tasking and communication skills. The last factor has been the major one. If you can deal…

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  • VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS 00:28 Cathy’s impressions of AREC 2018 and the Gold Coast 00:58 How AREC stands up on the world stage 01:36 Some of Cathy’s top take home messages from her favourite 2018 speakers 02:54 Cathy’s AREC experience in one word More from AREC 2018

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  • Real estate may seem a world away from amateur theatre, but not for Maria Page, Director of Property Management at Barry Plant Mitchell Sunbury. Here she explains to Elite PM how the confidence she gained during her time on stage stands her in good stead as a property manager. After 15 years as a property manager, Maria has certainly seen…

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  • VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS 00:38 Why Peter thinks success for most people is closer than they think 01:00 The aggregation of marginal gains 01:50 Leverage and taking the two per cent steps to be a high achiever 03:02 Why seven is the perfect enemy of extraordinary 04:00 Who came second? Nobody knows and nobody cares More from AREC 2018

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  • Cyndi Ward spoke exclusively with Elite Agent, giving us a glimpse into why she was chosen to receive the prestigious and heartfelt Everyday Hero title, which has only been awarded once before. It’s not every day that you come across a hero, but then again, chances are you may not have even known it. The Gladstone property manager and business owner is…

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  • VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS 01:08 A regular day in the life of Gavin Rubinstein 01:48 Focus on your strengths and delegate your weaknesses 02:17 Remember to never get complacent or rest on your laurels 03:36 How to have the hard conversations with your clients 04:54 The secret to standing out from the crowd More from AREC 2018

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  • What was your first job? I started my first job at the age of 14 working in a supermarket; packing shelves, cleaning the floors and assisting customers. It taught me time management and the importance of a high level of product knowledge. Fitting in school, representative rugby and working each afternoon was a balance, which taught me to prioritise. What’s…

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  • It’s all about understanding what your potential buyers look like. And then putting the right information in front of them at the right time. That is the clear message from Ben Auchettl, who keenly watches enough facts and stats direct from the realestate.com.au platform to understand what branding and advertising strategies are working right now. And, he says, it’s being…

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  • VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS 00:46 Why Alex believes continuous learning is key/what pushes him to grow 1:13 The constant state of growth and the roles that Pru and Alex play within that 2:14 Play to your strengths, get other people to do things you are not good at 3:35 Alex makes roughly 900 calls per week with support by the team 3:56…

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  • As an award-winning property manager at Wiseberry Heritage on the NSW Central Coast, Shaye Wallis has learnt how important it is to celebrate the wins and live in the moment. What was your first job? My first job was at McDonald’s, which taught me that everyone begins at the same starting line. What has been the best thing to happen…

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  • What can you tell us about Artspeed Evo? Artspeed Evo will revolutionise the way agencies tackle their marketing. The dynamic elastic templates reduce the number of artwork templates for most brands by typically 90 per cent. Think about that for a second. Most brands require hundreds and sometimes more than a thousand templates to deal with their supplier network. But…

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  • What was your first job? I started working in my uncle’s takeaway in Watson when I was about 12. It was a really beneficial experience for me; hospitality is a great way to bring someone out of their shell. What’s been the best thing to happen to you in your career? I received the REIACT Commercial Salesperson of the Year…

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