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Super Agents Live- Selling Real Estate

Toby Salgado

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Super Agents Live- Selling Real Estate

Super Agents Live- Selling Real Estate

Toby Salgado

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The #1 podcast for agents. We talk with Real Estate Agents who sell more than 50 Million dollars a year in volume and find out how they do it. We uncover their stories, secrets and tips & tricks.We bring on top producers, coaches and authors and do a deep dive

Latest Episodes

3 questions that will get you back on track - Carla Reeves

Ive gotten a lot of emails asking “what should I do right now?” Theres a lot of fear in the market whether thats due to the pandemic-0--the economic fallout from this pandemic and this massive cultural shift. Theres no wonder theres a lot of fear out there---and fear is infectious--its catchy Todays guest is a best selling author, coach and national speaker on how to break your old models of thinking and harness your ultimate self. Im always up for learning how get to my ultimate self.

48 MIN1 w ago
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3 questions that will get you back on track - Carla Reeves

Where To Find Opportunity in this Pandemic Protest Environment

It is exactly these types cataclysmic events that are not just disruptive but, potentially apocalyptic for how some industries conduct business and what types of information becomes transparent. These sorts of changes that are immediate and require a 180 degree shift in outlook are both phenomenally destructive to legacy infrastructure and ways of conducting business. Let me give you my rundown for this pandemic protest economic timeline---in the future ill refer to this as PPE moving forward. OK---let me try and briefly summarize the events and then get into how you can look at these changes to make a bunch of money. Here in San diego we have been fully quarantined since February 14. This first started as a virus and we as a nation reacted to this as a serious threat to human life. One by one large metro markets started to shut down business operations to curtail unnecessary human death. I cant help but, think that the stance on whether to shut down or not to shut down had more to do with politics than with the actual infection or death rates of the virus. On this note: I should probably note that China was only seeing something like a 4% death rate which is terrible but, a 4% death rate doesn’t sound very bad when sars and mers the last two pandemics had death rates of 10 and 30% Either way---- we were all looking at daily death rates and staying home to be on the safe side for a lot of people it started to feel like we were on summer vacation in high school. While everyone is napping and getting their unemployment checks ---that extra 600 bucks a week and a forebearance on your mortgage started to feel pretty good. That is until we started to see massive numbers in the unemployed ranks and for a lot of people when they see unemployment numbers like that its very easy to recall the financial crisis of 2008 Im recording this June 9 2020---the question on everyones mind right now is Are these changes to the employed rolls permanent When will these jobs come back Wheres the opportunity for me? How can I win in this environment? If your like me you want to talk about C. Where is the new opportunity? That’s what Im tyring to figure out. I would love to heqr your ideas –send me an email. On A) The massive and immediate unemployment numbers are due to two basic factors. The first is that it was mandated that non-essential workers stay home. Simple cause and effect. The 2 trillion dollar Cares act in principal was ideally a way to fund businesses to stay open by helping them pay their employees while juicing the actual enemployment payments 600 dollars a week. A lot of lower paid workers were making more than if they were actually working. Theres lots of money running through the veins of our economy so far so good---whats the problem? The problem that we all kinda forgot over the last few weeks is that the virus is going to be a problem until we get a vaccine and a typical vaccine can take a decade or more. The fastest vaccine ever produced is 4 years for the mumps. The good news is that there are 42 clinical trials underway so we could optimistically see something be developed within a year and we then need to mass produce it and mass distribute it. For the US government a year sounds ambitious-----Bill Gates and Jeff bezos are throwing in a billion trying to crack this problem. I have no doubt that private citizens can do this better than our federal government. If we assume the best case 1 year scenario---that means that we need to develop new ways of working within the bounds of covid 19 and social distancing. There will be markets like Texas that find themselves inclined to go completely open with no social distancing or a California that will open with timidly. Before last week I would have been watching the open markets to see if we get outbreaks like we saw in NYC, now im going to be watching the large metro markets with massive and prolonged protesting like Minneapolis , nyc, Miami and los angeles. If we see larg

54 MINJUN 11
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Where To Find Opportunity in this Pandemic Protest Environment

The Pandemic Playlist Everyone Needs to ....Using non gated platforms to grow your business

Todays guest runs a lead generation company for real estate agents. She has done a very good job of building her brand but, I was skeptical. She started to break down her pandemic strategy down by outlining some of the free methods we can use to build a brand.

64 MINMAY 26
Comments
The Pandemic Playlist Everyone Needs to ....Using non gated platforms to grow your business

Is it Luck, Intelligence or Habits----Owning the market- David Osborn

Today I bring on a man that owns the 10th largest real estate company in the US. He has over 21K agents that follow his lead and because of best-selling book countless others that seek out his guidance I bring him on to talk about how to navigate this uncertain time—what changes we should be making and what big money guys are doing right now. He drops some nuggets that we call all implement to be ahead of the market.

53 MINMAY 16
Comments
Is it Luck, Intelligence or Habits----Owning the market- David Osborn

Winning In Any Environment - Max Acosta Rubio

Winning in todays environment has become guerilla warfare. It's more about moving from tactical position to tactical position instead of setting one single annual strategy. The world is moving so fast that we must set our sights on shorter-term wins instead of accomplishing long term goals. We must do this simply because we are unable to predict what the environment will look like 45 days from now.

67 MINMAY 7
Comments
Winning In Any Environment - Max Acosta Rubio

Smart Entrepreneurs are doing this - Tim Harris

Today on the show I bring one of the premier coaches in the industry and we talk about what entrepreneurs are doing to capture their piece of the pie in todays environment. We talk about the options available for small business owners --- We talk about what the smart entrepreneurs are doing right now and how you should be structuring your business for this rocky road ahead of us.

69 MINAPR 28
Comments
Smart Entrepreneurs are doing this - Tim Harris

An Insiders Guide to whats working now - Matthew Ferry

The economy is looking like it could be worse than in 2008. 22 million have filed for unemployment and the fed is injecting cash as a bridge loan. If we can resume business as usual in 90-120 days we might be OK but, any longer than that things could get dark. I brought on todays guest to share what hes thinking and what his wall street coaching clients are doing.

62 MINAPR 17
Comments
An Insiders Guide to whats working now - Matthew Ferry

Should you change your strategy in this crazy environment? - Ed Pluchar

In a fast-paced changing market we must shift as fast as the market . We must try and stay one step ahead of where consumers think they world is heading. The problem is that whenever the future is unclear we often cannot determine what our true north should be. Today we talk about tried and true methods that will work in any environment.

63 MINAPR 8
Comments
Should you change your strategy in this crazy environment? - Ed Pluchar

What Top producers are doing in this coronavirus environment- Jeff Cohn

Jeff Cohn does 500 deals a year and he shares what he's doing right now to take advantage of this coronavirus real estate market. He shares what he's adding and removing from his sales and marketing arsenal. His ability to run his office virtually is making all the difference right now. He also shares the number of outbound calls he asks his team to complete and the closing ratios he gets.

56 MINMAR 27
Comments
What Top producers are doing in this coronavirus environment- Jeff Cohn

Joining the right team and finding mastery - Kathleen Black

Today we discuss the pro's and cons of joining a team. Finding mastery in the unlikeliest of places and why leaning into risk in scary times (coronavirus) is the key to beating the competition.

55 MINMAR 17
Comments
Joining the right team and finding mastery - Kathleen Black

Latest Episodes

3 questions that will get you back on track - Carla Reeves

Ive gotten a lot of emails asking “what should I do right now?” Theres a lot of fear in the market whether thats due to the pandemic-0--the economic fallout from this pandemic and this massive cultural shift. Theres no wonder theres a lot of fear out there---and fear is infectious--its catchy Todays guest is a best selling author, coach and national speaker on how to break your old models of thinking and harness your ultimate self. Im always up for learning how get to my ultimate self.

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
3 questions that will get you back on track - Carla Reeves

Where To Find Opportunity in this Pandemic Protest Environment

It is exactly these types cataclysmic events that are not just disruptive but, potentially apocalyptic for how some industries conduct business and what types of information becomes transparent. These sorts of changes that are immediate and require a 180 degree shift in outlook are both phenomenally destructive to legacy infrastructure and ways of conducting business. Let me give you my rundown for this pandemic protest economic timeline---in the future ill refer to this as PPE moving forward. OK---let me try and briefly summarize the events and then get into how you can look at these changes to make a bunch of money. Here in San diego we have been fully quarantined since February 14. This first started as a virus and we as a nation reacted to this as a serious threat to human life. One by one large metro markets started to shut down business operations to curtail unnecessary human death. I cant help but, think that the stance on whether to shut down or not to shut down had more to do with politics than with the actual infection or death rates of the virus. On this note: I should probably note that China was only seeing something like a 4% death rate which is terrible but, a 4% death rate doesn’t sound very bad when sars and mers the last two pandemics had death rates of 10 and 30% Either way---- we were all looking at daily death rates and staying home to be on the safe side for a lot of people it started to feel like we were on summer vacation in high school. While everyone is napping and getting their unemployment checks ---that extra 600 bucks a week and a forebearance on your mortgage started to feel pretty good. That is until we started to see massive numbers in the unemployed ranks and for a lot of people when they see unemployment numbers like that its very easy to recall the financial crisis of 2008 Im recording this June 9 2020---the question on everyones mind right now is Are these changes to the employed rolls permanent When will these jobs come back Wheres the opportunity for me? How can I win in this environment? If your like me you want to talk about C. Where is the new opportunity? That’s what Im tyring to figure out. I would love to heqr your ideas –send me an email. On A) The massive and immediate unemployment numbers are due to two basic factors. The first is that it was mandated that non-essential workers stay home. Simple cause and effect. The 2 trillion dollar Cares act in principal was ideally a way to fund businesses to stay open by helping them pay their employees while juicing the actual enemployment payments 600 dollars a week. A lot of lower paid workers were making more than if they were actually working. Theres lots of money running through the veins of our economy so far so good---whats the problem? The problem that we all kinda forgot over the last few weeks is that the virus is going to be a problem until we get a vaccine and a typical vaccine can take a decade or more. The fastest vaccine ever produced is 4 years for the mumps. The good news is that there are 42 clinical trials underway so we could optimistically see something be developed within a year and we then need to mass produce it and mass distribute it. For the US government a year sounds ambitious-----Bill Gates and Jeff bezos are throwing in a billion trying to crack this problem. I have no doubt that private citizens can do this better than our federal government. If we assume the best case 1 year scenario---that means that we need to develop new ways of working within the bounds of covid 19 and social distancing. There will be markets like Texas that find themselves inclined to go completely open with no social distancing or a California that will open with timidly. Before last week I would have been watching the open markets to see if we get outbreaks like we saw in NYC, now im going to be watching the large metro markets with massive and prolonged protesting like Minneapolis , nyc, Miami and los angeles. If we see larg

54 MINJUN 11
Comments
Where To Find Opportunity in this Pandemic Protest Environment

The Pandemic Playlist Everyone Needs to ....Using non gated platforms to grow your business

Todays guest runs a lead generation company for real estate agents. She has done a very good job of building her brand but, I was skeptical. She started to break down her pandemic strategy down by outlining some of the free methods we can use to build a brand.

64 MINMAY 26
Comments
The Pandemic Playlist Everyone Needs to ....Using non gated platforms to grow your business

Is it Luck, Intelligence or Habits----Owning the market- David Osborn

Today I bring on a man that owns the 10th largest real estate company in the US. He has over 21K agents that follow his lead and because of best-selling book countless others that seek out his guidance I bring him on to talk about how to navigate this uncertain time—what changes we should be making and what big money guys are doing right now. He drops some nuggets that we call all implement to be ahead of the market.

53 MINMAY 16
Comments
Is it Luck, Intelligence or Habits----Owning the market- David Osborn

Winning In Any Environment - Max Acosta Rubio

Winning in todays environment has become guerilla warfare. It's more about moving from tactical position to tactical position instead of setting one single annual strategy. The world is moving so fast that we must set our sights on shorter-term wins instead of accomplishing long term goals. We must do this simply because we are unable to predict what the environment will look like 45 days from now.

67 MINMAY 7
Comments
Winning In Any Environment - Max Acosta Rubio

Smart Entrepreneurs are doing this - Tim Harris

Today on the show I bring one of the premier coaches in the industry and we talk about what entrepreneurs are doing to capture their piece of the pie in todays environment. We talk about the options available for small business owners --- We talk about what the smart entrepreneurs are doing right now and how you should be structuring your business for this rocky road ahead of us.

69 MINAPR 28
Comments
Smart Entrepreneurs are doing this - Tim Harris

An Insiders Guide to whats working now - Matthew Ferry

The economy is looking like it could be worse than in 2008. 22 million have filed for unemployment and the fed is injecting cash as a bridge loan. If we can resume business as usual in 90-120 days we might be OK but, any longer than that things could get dark. I brought on todays guest to share what hes thinking and what his wall street coaching clients are doing.

62 MINAPR 17
Comments
An Insiders Guide to whats working now - Matthew Ferry

Should you change your strategy in this crazy environment? - Ed Pluchar

In a fast-paced changing market we must shift as fast as the market . We must try and stay one step ahead of where consumers think they world is heading. The problem is that whenever the future is unclear we often cannot determine what our true north should be. Today we talk about tried and true methods that will work in any environment.

63 MINAPR 8
Comments
Should you change your strategy in this crazy environment? - Ed Pluchar

What Top producers are doing in this coronavirus environment- Jeff Cohn

Jeff Cohn does 500 deals a year and he shares what he's doing right now to take advantage of this coronavirus real estate market. He shares what he's adding and removing from his sales and marketing arsenal. His ability to run his office virtually is making all the difference right now. He also shares the number of outbound calls he asks his team to complete and the closing ratios he gets.

56 MINMAR 27
Comments
What Top producers are doing in this coronavirus environment- Jeff Cohn

Joining the right team and finding mastery - Kathleen Black

Today we discuss the pro's and cons of joining a team. Finding mastery in the unlikeliest of places and why leaning into risk in scary times (coronavirus) is the key to beating the competition.

55 MINMAR 17
Comments
Joining the right team and finding mastery - Kathleen Black
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