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As a Realtor for almost 2 decades, I basically had to learn on my own, and through the school of hard knocks and trial and error. I have always been successful, and withing my 1st year in the real estate business, I was one of the first realtors in my state to develope a team approach to Real Estate. Since then, I have fought with every Broker I worked for over the Team Approach to the business. Brokers simply did not understand teams, and consequencly they put obsticles in our way. Certainly there was no support or mentoring on how to work more effectively as a team, rather all we learned was trough trial and error.
It is so refreshing to read about how to build and develope a team, and from the mouth of a Broker! WOW what a suprise, and music to my ears...
Imagine that a Broker who actually understands, supports, and encourages Teams. Keller Williams is on to something, and I predict they will establish a new yardstick by which all the rest in the real estate business may be judged.
My team and I are employing many of the things we have discovered in the pages of the Millionaire Real Estate Agents, and I am sure it will make our business skyrocket beyond our wildest expectations.
I just wish I had the opportunity to read this book years ago!
Thanks a MILLION!
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What would have made The Millionaire Real Estate Agent better?
Kyle Hebert is the WORST speaker on the planet. He reads EVERY sentence with the MOST annoying emphasis possible. It sounds like a used car commercial. It is IMPOSSIBLE to just sit back and listen because his emphasis AND inflection. This guy ruined the ENTIRE audio book. Don't bother. Just get the actual book and read it.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Nothing with Kyle Herbert narrating, that's for sure.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Kyle Hebert?
How about Gary Keller, the author.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Read the book yourself. Skip the audiobook.
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