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Real Estate Uncensored - Real Estate Sales & Marketing Training Podcast

Get actionable ideas, insight & inspiration to turn your real estate career into a life of freedom. Real Estate Uncensored delivers 3 live shows/wk showing you how to blend the latest high-tech and high-touch prospecting, sales and marketing strategies to grow your real estate business. Featuring interviews with mega agents like Joshua Smith, Jeff Cohn, Brett Tanner, Greg Harrelson, Jeff Latham, Aaron Wittenstein, Marti Hampton and many more. You’ll learn how to make 100+ calls/hr, how to use prospecting systems and scripts to sell 500 homes/yr, how to bring homes to market & actually get them sold, how to run high-tech open houses & much more. Co-hosted by Greg McDaniel, the "Junior Grandmaster" / Bay area Realtor, and Matt Johnson, partner in Elite Real Estate Systems / founder of Pursuing Results, a podcast PR + production firm.
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Oct 27, 2017

The true measure of fulfillment is not being contingent on outside circumstances for happiness. How do you find the inner push for your happiness? How does your morning routine set you up for a successful day? Why is forgiveness such a powerful part of becoming your best self? On this episode, we talk to Sarah Rose Reiter about how she overcame personal obstacles through mindfulness, intention and embracing the letting go process.

Three Things We Learned

A synchronistic event will show up when you set a powerful intention and make a declaration to the Universe

A synchronistic event shows up and seems to good to be true because it has been provided by the Universe, and it’s what you asked for. There’s going to be a moment of recognition that directly correlates with the intention you set. It all starts with awareness and clarity.

The letting go process is something you need to embrace

In order for good things to come into our lives, we have to let go of the bad. Whether it’s business or personal, an old relationship has to die in order for a better relationship to come into being, so don’t be afraid to let go.

We’re the only creature on earth that can make ourselves feel good or bad just based on our thoughts

The human mind is so powerful it impacts our emotions, negatively or positively. This is why it’s so important to harness your mind’s power so that it works to your advantage. Remember however you feel is connected by your thoughts.

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Setting a powerful intention is the very first step to making incredible things happen in your life. Setting an intention is a form of asking, praying is a form of asking and it shows the universe that you are ready to receive. Remember everything in your outer reality is a reflection of your inner reality. When you have resentment, you put up walls, and you perceive the world in a different way. Be open, be receptive, step into forgiveness and understand the bigger picture.

Oct 18, 2017

About a million people are publishing every week on LinkedIn but most of their content sucks. What are the biggest mistakes people are making when it comes to putting out content on LinkedIn? What is the secret to creating share-worthy content? How can you use LinkedIn to position yourself as an expert in your industry? On this episode, we are joined by LinkedIn expert Tracy Enos, who shares the LinkedIn secrets that gets her content 140+ shares.

Three Things We Learned

All activities in LinkedIn are going to start with your personal profile

A lot of people make the mistake of trying to publish content even though their profile isn’t good and the various elements aren’t dialed in. The first thing you need to do is optimize your profile so that it represents you and your brand well.

Become the go-to person in your area or industry by writing articles

The purpose of content marketing is being of value and helping people find solutions for their pain points. Start writing articles about your area or industry, and they will serve as social proof of how knowledgeable and skilled you are.

You need 10 recommendations to get more profile visibility and make sure the people recommending you are using the keyword for the service you provided

Having recommendations makes a huge impact to your profile visibility but it’s important to remember that the people who recommend you have to use the keyword for your service. That way, each recommendation boosts your ranking.

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If your content on LinkedIn is entertaining, and teachable, it will fortify you as the expert in your industry and separate you from your competition. If you can showcase that you’re an expert in your industry, you will become a magnet for clients and referrals from related professionals. It all starts with having a really great profile, knowing who your prospect is and then knowing their pain points so you write content that makes you the solution. A lot of people think the content publishing process ends when you put out the post and add links on social media, remember to promote and follow up.

Oct 13, 2017

It can be very hard for different DISC profiles to get along, let alone work together. How do you find common ground when you have very different ways of approaching tasks? How can high Ds work with Ss and Cs? How can you be more observant to how other profiles are responding to your approach? On this episode, we are joined by agent and coach Philip Simonetta who shares how to align with people you are different from.

Three Things We Learned

When you say “you don’t know me yet” to someone, it makes them want to get to know you

A great script to use on phone calls and voicemails is introducing yourself and telling people that they don’t know you yet. This will get their attention and make them actually want to find out who you are.

Your goal should be to leave people better off than you find them

When it comes to building a team and being a good employer and even a good agent, it’s important to be of value and work with the goal of making people's lives better. If you lead with this, you won’t even need to make a sale because your authenticity comes across quickly.

Working with S and Cs: Slow down, soften towards them and let them see you being yourself

It can be hard for a high D to relate to the high S and C because their approaches are so different, and an S and C can easily shut down if it feels like they’re being pushed too aggressively. Learn to slow down and soften to accommodate them.  

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It’s important to remember that people are different. They approach things differently and require different communication approaches. When you’re a high D trying to understand a high I, use your ability to adapt to get in their shoes, and start seeing the world from their perspective. Ss can be stubborn and easily shut down if you’re too aggressive, so soften and observe so you can change your approach accordingly.

Oct 12, 2017

In music and real estate, setting yourself apart is a very important step to attracting the right clients. How do you build your tribe and utilize social media? How does overthinking hold you back? Why is it so important to have a strong product? On this episode, we are joined by musician Derek Sherinian, and agent Stephen Adika.

Three Things We Learned

People who think too much never do

While it’s great to analyze every move before you make it, it’s very easy to become a victim of analysis paralysis. Learn to get into action and make adjustments as you go along. If you think too much you won’t get anything done.

Synchronize mental, physical and spiritual

When you align every part of you, it will turn you into a beast and you’ll be able to work with more fire and determination. If you’re able to align exercise, mental habits and spirituality with what you do for a living, it brings a whole new energy to your life.

If your product isn’t good, no amount of promotion and strategy will be worth it

A marketing strategy has to start with a very good product, so before you do anything else, make sure your product is great so that what is said about it and what it is align.

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A lot of people don’t have the audacity to knock on doors or make the leap to make their lives better. If you have audacity, and develop your signature style you can set yourself apart. It’s also important to identify your tribe and play to them. Never forget the importance of consistency, and keep in mind that, if you’re not feeling good internally, it will affect your work and your relationships. Whatever goal you have, remember to make it the most important thing in your life.

Oct 10, 2017

A lot of people in real estate underestimate what it means to do it all. What are the three things you need to dial in to succeed with listings? Why are profits better than wages? How do you find common ground and build rapport with sellers? On this episode, we are joined by real estate top producer, coach and author Hoss Pratt, who answers these questions.

Three Things We Learned

One-to-many conversations are the most profitable

Salespeople take steps with their skills, starting with being able to master being on the phone, then having one-on-one conversations with people in and person, and then finally making a leap towards one-to-many conversations like training and speaking engagements. This is what is most profitable.

However you’re most comfortable is how you should present

People make the mistake of thinking there is one way to present, but what makes the most sense is doing what makes you comfortable so you can be your best. What you need, more than anything is a framework, and being able to build rapport.

A confused mind doesn’t buy

Don’t get too technical in your listing presentations because a confused mind won’t be able to buy from you. Learn to dumb down your presentation so that it can actually convert.

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When it comes to systems, it’s important to remember that there’s no need to reinvent the wheel. The systems you need already exist, all you have to do is plug into them, turn down the noise and do the work. When it comes to listing presentations, remember that rapport trumps everything, and rapport is built on commonality. A confused mind won’t buy so make sure your presentation is clear.

Oct 9, 2017

When it comes to FSBOs, most agents are told to go for the listing even though they might end up in conflict with the seller. Why does this approach guarantee that you’ll lose the listing?

What is the right way to approach a seller so you can get the listing ultimately? Why is agreement your way to securing the listing? On this episode, we are joined by top producing agent and coach Brandon Mulrenin who shares his revolutionary strategy for FSBOs.

Three Things We Learned

Be 100% Agreeable with the Agent

The biggest mistake most agents make when it comes to communicating with FSBOs is they try to convince the sellers that selling on their own is a mistake, which immediately creates conflict. Instead, it is much smarter to agree with them, provide them with the resources to make the process easier and then when they need more help, they will lean on you further.

They’re not a lead, they are a human being

We alienate sellers and get in the way of building a relationship with people when we dehumanize them and think of them as leads and a means to an end. All you need to do is shift your thinking and approach and remember that these are people with families, and needs and you need to build a relationship with them.

In content marketing give everything away, then you’ll attract the people that want to do business with you

Most people think it’s a smart strategy to hold onto their most valuable content so they can get people to pay for it. The right way to go about this is giving away what’s really valuable because it shows a spirit of contribution. That’s how people connect with you.

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Until you understand the importance of contribution, you’ll have a hard time reaching your goals. Sellers need an advocate and a support system, not someone who just sees them as a lead and way to make money. It’s all about showing people that you put their needs and their success before your own. The strategy with FSBOs is being agreeable on the phone so that you’re able to meet them face to face, so that you can build a relationship with them.

Oct 3, 2017

Agents often find themselves wanting to take action, but end up stuck and frustrated because of what they believe deep down. How do your beliefs determine your behavior? How do you clean up the dumpster fire of negative and limiting thoughts? How do you unearth unspoken objections? On this episode, we talk to mindset coach Kim Ades about what truly gets in our way.

Three Things We Learned

Don’t think of it as a listing presentation, think of it as a needs assessment

Agents get tripped up in listing presentations because they think of them as presentations and not an opportunity to understand the needs of the other person. You will then focus more on winning and less on determining if you’re even a good fit for them. Turn the conversation around from presenting to understanding, and that will take the pressure off.  

Ask Yourself the Right Questions to Uncover Your Limiting Beliefs

When it comes to determining what’s stopping you from moving forward on your goals, you have to get really honest with yourself and ask questions like, what you believe about your ability and likelihood of reaching your goal, if you’re capable and whether or not you have the resources.

Create a series of beliefs that are buyable

Switching your beliefs from bad to good doesn’t happen overnight. What you need is point by point transformative change. Don’t underestimate how much influence the back of your head has, and how your beliefs will conflict with what you already think of yourself. Make sure you’re giving yourself beliefs that you can actually believe in so that they stick.

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Beliefs will always determine behavior. The biggest mistake we make is rushing to take action right away before being clear on limiting beliefs. Until we examine our thinking we’ll always get tripped up in what holds us back. If your thoughts aren’t aligned with your goals you can take all the action in the world and still not reach your goals because there is a flaw in the process. Take the time to bring up all the negative thoughts that are eroding your ability to reach your goals and replace them with beliefs that allow you to behave and take action with ease.

Oct 2, 2017

The average agent thinks of themselves as a celebrity whose brand is enough to attract leads, and they couldn’t be more lost. What is the right way to build a brand that actually delivers value? Why are dabblers always going to fail to succeed in the long-term? Why is video where you should be putting your energy? On this episode, we are joined by lead specialist Edwin Dearborn who gives us massive value.  

Three Things We Learned

Everyday that you avoid going on video is everyday you’re antiquating your brand

By the year 2020, 80% of the content consumed online will be video. If you’re not getting into video right now, you are going to be left so far behind that you won’t be able to catch up. YouTube is the world’s biggest reality TV channel. It doesn’t take much to start publishing your own content.

A brand needs to focus away from the egocentric

Most people who think of building a brand think about it in an egocentric light, like they are famous people who will just generate leads without any effort. You need to give people value in the form of content, and use social media to position yourself as the digital major of your town, not a celebrity that is entitled to attention.

It’s rare to find a successful team that has more than 3 lead generation pillars

The most successful agents and teams don’t dabble in different lead generation pillars. The average agent dabbles and is never able to go deep on one thing. Instead they find themselves with pieces of unfinished actions that don’t take them anywhere. Wealthy people intensify on fewer things.

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All your branding operations needs to be less egocentric and more value focused. If you can bring real value and be authentic, people have an antennae for that and they will pick up on it.

The goal is to generate leads that are unique and actionable, and you have to make sure you qualify your leads by the quality of their source and age. Remember your resources are the sources of your business. Use video content to showcase the lifestyle of the area you work in, and think of your business as a media company that happens to sell real estate. In this market place, this is how you will stay ahead of the game.

Oct 1, 2017

Consumers are exposed to 60,000 brand messages each day. How do you make sure your message is seen by the right people? What does it take to set yourself apart from everyone else? Why is consistency so critical to your success? On this episode we answer these questions in a live Q&A.

Three Things We Learned

Personal category design is all about blue water hunting

The biggest mistake most business owners make is going into the market talking about how much better they are than their competitors. The problem with this thinking is that it’s hard for a customer who’s looking from the outside to really see what truly makes you better. If you want to make an impact, talk about what makes you different and unique in a way that is relevant to your target market.

Pay close attention to your prospect and adjust to your prospect

It’s important to have business relationships where you get to be your authentic self, and sometimes this can be an organic process that takes place as soon as you meet people. Sometimes the process requires you to pay attention to the personality of your prospect and adjust to their needs and disposition. Being adaptable is a very important skill in this business.

The notion of exclusive seller leads is very flawed

Trying to find exclusive leads is a shortcut that doesn’t really exist. In today’s world, there is so much competition for leads online, so it’s impossible to find one that’s just for you. The key thing is differentiating yourself so even when you’re competing with other agents, you stand out.

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The business world is highly competitive, and category kings take 70% or higher of the market share. If you’re not competing at that level, you will end up fighting for scraps and not getting very far. Don’t tell people you’re better, show them that you are different. It’s all about showing how you uniquely solve a problem that’s relevant to other people. It’s about attracting the people that like what makes you different.

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