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Path to Mastery

David I Hill - Path to Mastery Real Estate and Personal Development Show! This podcast features weekly authentic, inspiring and fun interviews with top salespeople, entrepreneurs, industry experts, authors, business coaches, life coaches, sales trainers and very cool humans like Gary Vaynerchuk, Chris Voss, Jon Acuff, Chris Widener, Jairek Robbins, Brian Tracy, Mel Robbins, Grant Cardone, Russell Brunson and John Lee Dumas who are doing big things! We get to know the real person, what makes them tick, why they do what they do, what makes them successful in their mind, what keeps them up at night and what they do to keep moving forward when times get tough. We share strategies and ideas from my book "The Sales Playbook." The vision is that every time you listen to an interview you leave with a tool, a tip, an idea or strategy that will lead to better sales skills, better quality of life and towards abundance. Enjoy your journey on the Path to Mastery!
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Now displaying: March, 2020
Mar 30, 2020

Special Important Episode on Fundamentals and Mindset

What you need to know to be successful in Real Estate in any market

Top Takeaways

Lead Generation is critical

Consistency equals success

Bulletproof your mindset

Things are going to be a lot harder than you plan

Success can happen in any market or condition

Who is Albert

I focus on creative and innovative problem-solving. I choose to look at challenges from a geometrical perspective. My background and the challenges I have faced as a young immigrant who moved to America alone, facing homelessness with only a few hundred dollars in my pocket, have taught me quite a few things.

I learned that when facing adversity and uncomfortable situations is when people grow. It's when they become stronger and smarter. I learned that through commitment, perseverance and hard work almost anything is possible. If you adopt a solution-based mindset and you choose to embrace, choose to love fear, instead of letting it overwhelm you, you can achieve so much. My commitment to this industry is to "serve" at the highest level possible. I pride myself on being a consultant to my clients and in helping them achieve amazing success in their real estate endeavors.

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Mar 20, 2020

Special Important Health Related Episode 2

What you need to know relating to Coronavirus and Real Estate Buyers and Sellers  

Top Takeaways

  • Be in touch with your clients and database
  • Bullet-Proof your Transactions
  • Video Tours & Presentations via Facetime, Skype, Zoom
  • Facebook Live Open Houses
  • Use Your Best Judgment  

 

Commitment to Excellence C2EX

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Coronavirus: A Guide for REALTORS® Link to NAR article attached

 

Finally, do not panic, stay informed, and use your best judgment. The situation is rapidly changing, so focus on putting policies and procedures in place to keep your employees informed, safe, and to avoid business disruption in the event the situation worsens. 

 

LINK TO GUIDE FOR REALTORS - https://www.nar.realtor/coronavirus-a-guide-for-realtors



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Check out all David’s Coming Events on

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YouTube

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Free Audible Book

www.davidsfreebook.com

 

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Mar 13, 2020

Special Important Health Related Episode


What you need to know relating to Coronavirus and Real Estate Buyers and Sellers 

Top Takeaways

  • Video Tours & Presentations via Facetime, Skype, Zoom
  • Facebook Live Open Houses  
  • Use Your Best Judgment  


Coronavirus: A Guide for REALTORS® Link to NAR article attached

What is Coronavirus?

The CDC is responding to an outbreak of a respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus outbreak. While the outbreak started in Wuhan, China, a growing number of cases have been identified in several other countries, including the United States. 

What is the risk of exposure to coronavirus?

The CDC reports that most people in the United States do not have an immediate risk of exposure to the virus. However, the situation is rapidly evolving, and the CDC will update its risk assessment as needed. Visit the CDC’s website(link is external) for latest updates.

What preventative measures may be taken to reduce the risk of contracting and spreading coronavirus?

The same preventative measures recommended to prevent influenza are also effective in reducing the risk of contracting or spreading coronavirus.  These measures include:

  • Staying home if you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath or any other cold or flu-like symptom.
  • Washing your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water aren’t available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoiding close contact with anyone who is sick.
  • Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, or cough or sneeze into your sleeve. 

What unique issues does coronavirus present to the real estate industry?

When an infectious disease, such as coronavirus, is associated with a specific population or nationality, fear and anxiety may lead to social stigma and potential discrimination. REALTORS® must be mindful of their obligations under the Fair Housing Act, and be sure not to discriminate against any particular segment of the population. While the coronavirus outbreak began in Wuhan, China, that does not provide a basis for treating Chinese persons or persons of Asian descent differently.

May I ask clients or others I interact with in my real estate business if they have traveled recently, or have any signs of respiratory illness? 

Yes, you may ask clients or others about their recent travel, particularly to areas identified as having an increased risk of coronavirus. To avoid potential fair housing issues, be sure to ask all clients the same screening questions based on current, factual information from public health authorities.

I typically drive my clients to showings. May I refuse to drive potential clients to see homes?

Yes. However, be sure that any change to your business practices is applied equally to all clients. You may refuse to drive clients who show signs of illness or reveal recent travel to areas of increased risk of coronavirus, or you may instead decide to stop driving clients in your car altogether, and simply arrange to meet clients at a property. If you do continue to drive clients in your car, it is a good idea to frequently clean and disinfect surfaces like door handles and seat belt latches, and to ask clients to use hand sanitizer when getting in and out of the car.

Should I still conduct open houses on my listed properties?

Speak openly and honestly with your seller about the pros and cons of holding an open house. Assess the risk based on your specific location, and direct your clients to local and state health authorities for specific information about the severity of the risk in your area. You could also propose alternative marketing opportunities for your seller’s consideration, such as video tours and other methods to virtually tour a property. If you do hold an open house, consider requiring all visitors to disinfect their hands upon entering the home, and provide alcohol-based hand sanitizers at the entryway, as well as soap and disposable towels in bathrooms. If you decide to do any cleaning at your client’s home, be sure to check with your client in advance about any products you plan to use. After the open house, recommend that your client clean and disinfect their home, especially commonly touched areas like doorknobs and faucet handles.

What precautions should brokers consider taking in their offices?

Brokers should use their best judgment when formulating a plan. First, brokers should implement a mandatory “stay-home” policy for any staff member or agent exhibiting any sign of illness, and depending on where the broker is geographically located, a broker may want to consider imposing a mandatory remote work policy for employees and instructing agents to stay out of the office.  In addition, taking measures such as holding virtual meetings or potentially postponing or cancelling in-person meetings or events may be good measures to take to limit close contact between individuals.  Be sure to monitor updates from the CDC, as well as your state and local health authorities for additional information and guidance on holding meetings or events. For travel considerations, review NAR’s “Coronavirus:  A Guide for REALTOR® Associations”.

Finally, do not panic, stay informed, and use your best judgment. The situation is rapidly changing, so focus on putting policies and procedures in place to keep your employees informed, safe, and to avoid business disruption in the event the situation worsens. 

 

LINK TO GUIDE FOR REALTORS - https://www.nar.realtor/coronavirus-a-guide-for-realtors

 

 

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Please check out our sponsors – 2 weeks only $49.00

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Check out all David’s Coming Events on

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YouTube

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Free Audible Book

www.davidsfreebook.com

 

Facebook – Please follow and join my Group

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Mar 2, 2020

Family Reunion Special Episode of MASTERY PODCAST 


What you need to know relating to technology, real estate and the changes effecting your business and clients.


Featuring

Josh Team

Jay Papasan

Geoff Woods

Aaron Kaufman

Nick Baldwin

Mike Duley

Bobby Moats

Johnathan Dupree

 

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Please check out our sponsors – 2 weeks only $49.00

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Free Audible Book

www.davidsfreebook.com

 

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