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Best Fha Consultant podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Fha Consultant podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Mike is one of the largest 203k consultants and trainers in the country, licensed in every state, and a real estate and home design consultant. Mike's mission is to teach people how to become financially successful in the real-estate industry. Mike has changed the lives of too many people to count, and during this program, Mike will share with his listeners, a lifetime of experience and knowledge, something that others pay dearly for, which will open your mind to the very real possibility of ...
 
The world's best podcast about the mindsets, behaviors, attitudes, and activities for the Appraisal, Real Estate, and Lending industries. Hosted by well known Real Estate and Appraiser Success Coach, Blaine Feyen, founder and CEO of the Real Value Group and Real Value Coaching Academy in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the Real Value Podcast covers a variety of topics involving all three of those businesses, as well as the topics of success, communication, leadership, balance, marketing, social medi ...
 
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In this, the final episode of this 3 part series on the Science of Success, Blaine wraps up the episodes with a recap of how the thoughts create emotions, our emotions inform our actions, our actions get results, and then we have more thoughts about our results and it continues this way ad infinitum. Blaine talks about 3 steps to changing the brain…
 
In this episode of Diamond Mining, Blaine tells a story of the time when he learned about the Japanese art of Kintsugi, the art of ‘gold joinery’ or ‘gold repair’ of pottery. The art of Kintsugi is more than just a way to repair broken pottery though, its also a philosophy of highlighting the flaws, imperfections, and the breaks in the nature of th…
 
In this second part of a 3 episode series on the Science of Success, Blaine goes deep into the science of the RAS, the Reticular Activating System. The RAS is the connection between the body and the brain and gets programmed primarily by us based on our belief systems, our past experiences, and what we expect to see and experience. This is good and…
 
In this two part episode, Blaine dives into the ‘science of success’ as it was taught to him many years ago while studying Zen meditation. Blaine has drawn on many teachers, authors, and scientists over the years to gain a deeper understanding of how to program our minds for the things we desire and lead the life we want to lead. There is lots of i…
 
This is part two of the 2 part series on the Top 10 Reasons to hire a good business coach. Blaine Feyen, life and business coach to the appraisal, real estate, and lending industries, follows up last week’s episode with reasons 6 through 10 on why to hire a coach and be mentored. There are many more reasons than 10, but Blaine goes over 10 really g…
 
In this episode of the Diamond Mining mini series, Blaine asks a valuable question about guarantees in a service industry. Its easy to guarantee a product because you can just refund somebody’s money if they’re not happy. But with some services, like real estate appraisals, an appraiser cant guarantee that everybody in a transaction will be happy a…
 
In this episode, Blaine talks about some of the key questions he asked of himself and his company back in 2009 while doing strategic business and vision planning. That process and the answers to those questions lead Blaine’s company to great success and growth in the appraisal, and business and life coaching industries. Blaine gives listeners the e…
 
In this episode, Blaine discusses the all important process of figuring out what drives you to do what you do. It’s a process made popular by author Simon Sinek in his 2009 book, ‘Start With Why’. In it, Sinek outlines a process whereby on digs through their past to ‘unearth’ the main drivers, the main motivators, the main inspirations, and the big…
 
In this episode of the Real Value Podcast mini-series, Diamond Mining, Blaine talks about their experience at a pro football game and details all of the little things that appeared to be amazing ‘systematized customer service’. Make note of the questions at the end of the show and give some thought to your own business as we enter the relationship …
 
In this episode, Blaine recaps the mindsets and recommendations from episode one for starting your podcast, and then goes over the equipment, the software, and the best hosting options for getting your voice heard through the medium of podcasting. Like episode 1, there are lots of great nuggets and suggestions so have pen and paper handy for notes!…
 
In this episode, Blaine goes over 5 (or maybe more!) of the things that somebody wanting to start a podcast MUST consider before jumping into the world of podcasting. Podcasting can be a fun and rewarding activity if its done right. It can be a ton of time, effort, and labor if not! Blaine goes over the thinking and planning process, as well as the…
 
In this episode, Blaine introduces listeners to the often repeated idea that we are the sum total of the 5 people we spend the most time with. Blaine takes it a step further, however, and talks about a study that was done indicating that it goes much further than just those 5 people! It extends to friends of friends, even friends of their friends e…
 
In this episode, Blaine introduces a Japanese concept called Shugyo, which is synonymous with ‘intense and austere’ training, but can also refer or suggest an area of your life or business that needs to be addressed and where there is ‘an absence of comfort’. The concept of Shugyo is one that encourages you to take on tasks, goals, and pursuits tha…
 
In this episode, part 2 of 2, Blaine discusses the last 3 most important things that a mentor should be teaching their apprentices if they are interested in being a ‘true mentor’. Anybody can teach somebody else the basics of appraising real estate. Very few people can take somebody under their wing and mentor them in these 7 areas effectively, at …
 
In this episode series (part 1 of 2), Blaine goes over the 7 areas that he believes true mentors should be covering in an appraiser mentorship program. In fact, these 7 areas should be mandatory in all business mentorship programs. The 7 areas covered would give the apprentice the greatest opportunity for success as an appraiser regardless of wheth…
 
In this episode, Blaine recaps some of the important aspects from the last episode regarding meditation and exercise, and then opens the discussion about the last 2 letters, D and S, which stand for diet and sleep. The importance of all four of these things in terms of overall health, wellness, health span, longevity, energy and mood cannot be over…
 
In this episode, Blaine talks about the 4 pillars of living your best life with the acronym MEDS, which stands for Meditation, Exercise, Diet, and Sleep. This is part 1 of a 2 part series and this episode covers the M and E parts of the acronym. Appraisers tend to sit for much of their day and tend to deal with a fair amount of stress. Meditation, …
 
In this episode, Blaine discusses one of the topics he coaches other businesses on and the 6 words he teaches in every workshop and seminar on appraiser business success. You’ll have to listen to the episode to learn the 6 words, but once you do and you begin to use them in your daily interactions, you’ll find more business, success, and abundance …
 
Blaine talks about a prior episode that was recorded back in December of 2018 called Dig Your Well Before You're Thirsty.That episode laid out 5 methods to dig your proverbial 'well' of prospective future business and wealth, with 2 of the methods being delivered in a 'bonus' episode to Value Syndicate members who have requested the podcast be deli…
 
In this episode, Blaine talks about what was learned by examining his recent mountain biking accident and what valuable lessons were contained within the incident. He uses the lessons that he preaches every week in his coaching program on himself and extrapolates the lessons from the incident across all other areas of life. Don't be caught off guar…
 
Blaine discusses how to mine the depths of all your life experiences, knowledge, and relationships to uncover the hidden diamonds in all three of those categories in order to tap into the immense wealth you likely don't give yourself credit for. Blaine teaches you an exercise he calls 'writing your W.I.L.', which stands for your Wealth Inventory Li…
 
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