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Constant Variables takes a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to build and grow digital products. Focused on helping non-technical people become more comfortable with the nerdy jargon related to mobile software development, we break down technical topics to make them less complex and more accessible, because as Steve Jobs said, “Everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you and you can change it, you can influence it, you can build your own ...
 
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, Kirby Skurat, Aaron Wittenstein, Marti Hampton and many more. You’ll learn how to make 100+ calls ...
 
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Everyone loves relatable memes: that’s why they get such great engagement! The question is, can they be used as part of our marketing strategy? How can real estate professionals start using memes as a way to boost their public profiles and stand out to their spheres? Do social media users really want to see real estate memes, or should we be doing …
 
Building a real estate team that doesn’t require our constant attention is something most leaders aspire to, but no one said it was easy. What are the biggest challenges standing in the way of aspirational team leaders looking to scale (and maybe even sell) their teams? More importantly, how can we get around those barriers? In this episode, Execut…
 
Trent Sorbe, President of Central Payments and Founder of Falls Fintech, joins the show to chat about why banks should become more like utility companies and focus on enabling experiences. He shares how his company’s accelerator is helping early-stage fintech startups, why they created a banking-as-a-service open API, and how mature banks and finte…
 
The real estate industry is under attack, with national companies and big tech surrounding traditional agents from all sides. However, we still have a shot at standing out to consumers if we make the right moves. How can we stay ahead of the curve, so we’re always on hand to offer consumers more value than our competitors? Is there a way for the un…
 
It doesn’t matter how many people we call in a day: if we’re not saying the right thing, in the right way, we’re not going to get the results we want. The question is, what should we be saying, and what should we be training our agents to say? Is it really possible to overcome any objection with the right script? In this episode, Founder of Smart I…
 
As agents, we have a ton of stories about what really happens in a transaction, and telling them could actually set us apart in the eye of the consumer. The problem is, we’re so determined to show up as consummate professionals that we’re keeping them to ourselves. Why is it so important to provide our audiences with a full view of the good, the ba…
 
The vast majority of agents are going into calls with the best of intentions, but they're still not getting the results they want because they're approaching their conversations all wrong. Where are so many of us making a mistake with our scripts, and what should we be doing instead? How should we structure a script when we're dealing with friends …
 
The term “smart city” may have you imagining The Jetsons’ flying cars and Skypad apartments, but Director of Innovation and Technology at the City of Sioux Falls, Mike Grigsby, joins the show to talk about why technology *isn’t* part of his definition of a smart city. He explains why cities need someone internally to champion innovation, why data i…
 
The key to running a successful business that not only pays the bills but truly fulfils us lies in our mindset. The question is, how can we tweak the way we think so we’re brought closer to our goals? What does the ‘right’ mindset look like, anyway? In this episode, Dallas/Fort Worth Realtor, Tim Parnell joins us to discuss how to turn our mindsets…
 
Most of us got into this business to create freedom for ourselves. The problem is, once we make that a reality, we tend to lose our vision for the future, and as a result, we lose our motivation. What can we do to regain the excitement we had when we first decided to go down the entrepreneurial path? How can we create an environment that encourages…
 
For those of us who have spent years curating our databases, we’re sitting on absolute GOLDMINES. The question is, why are so few of us tapping into them? Why is it that so many agents are more comfortable making cold calls to absolute strangers than to the people who already know, like and trust us? In this episode, we’re diving deep into mining o…
 
If the 2020 run on toilet paper wasn’t evidence enough, the vast majority of people are the furthest thing from prepared for a crisis. How can we change that? It’ll be a long time before life returns to ‘normal’, so in the meantime, what can we do to equip ourselves both mentally and physically for anything life throws our way? More importantly, ho…
 
One of the first decisions to make when building a mobile product is to determine which technology it will be built on. Austin Betzer from Stride Development joins the show to discuss high level differences between native apps, hybrid apps, and PWAs (progressive web apps) then dives into the benefits and limitations of each before ending with his (…
 
The only thing that hurts more than seeing someone in our database choose to work with another agent is seeing them opt to pay a 9% convenience fee to iBuyers when we’re debating dropping our commissions just to stay afloat. The reality is, tech companies are coming for our business, and getting results while doing it. What can traditional agents d…
 
Real estate agents are competing for consumer eyeballs with other Realtors, Zillow and venture-backed platforms. If they have to do a Google search to find you, you’ve already lost. How do you become the first real estate agent they think of before they even do a Google search? By leveraging your position in the community, and becoming the digital …
 
Real estate is a relationships business, and not only when it comes to our clients. If we can build strong relationships with vendors in our markets, we’re setting ourselves up for unbelievable results. How can we leverage our relationships with vendors to set ourselves up as the go-to real estate pros in our areas, and how can we translate those p…
 
People get into real estate because they’re attracted by the idea of time and money freedom, but unfortunately, most agents get a taste of the time freedom, abuse it and never get a real taste of financial freedom. What is it that separates those who achieve their biggest goals from everyone else? How can agents stay focused on their dreams and com…
 
Last year alone, over 60 million incidents of child sexual abuse materials (CSAM) were reported online. Social enterprise Krunam is stopping that cycle of abuse with its breakthrough platform. Krunam CEO, Chris Wexler, joins the show to talk about how technologies like computer vision and deep learning are aiding content moderators in identifying a…
 
Agents in every market are developing IDX websites - and that’s exactly why we should avoid them at all costs. Why are so many real estate pros falling for the trap of an IDX website, and aside from the fact that the online space is saturated as is, why is investing in one a big mistake? What should we invest in instead? In this episode, we’re goin…
 
Most of us see ourselves as free because we’re not shackled in the physical sense, but the reality is, the vast majority of real estate pros (and even human beings, more generally) are living in a constant state of mental prison. What does that actually mean, and more importantly, how did we get to this point? What is mental prison stopping us from…
 
Content creation is the key to successful real estate marketing, so if we’re hoping to see results, it’s time to hop on the bandwagon. The question is, what type of content is most likely to get us engagement? How can we ensure we’re creating the kind of content our audience even wants to see? In this episode, we’re going deep on content creation a…
 
Agents have used technology to bolster their marketing for years, so it should come as no surprise that tech companies are eager to take back control and get a slice of the pie. The only question is, how can agents compete with them? Are small teams destined to fail in the face of big business competitors, or do we both stand to win? Just how big o…
 
Think globally. Act locally. Infrastructure Engineer, Solomon Anderson, joins the show to chat about how data operates, the art over science of balancing new features with supporting existing infrastructure, and the vast environmental impact of something as miniscule as open browser tabs on our laptops. **Show Links** Solomon Anderson on LinkedIn |…
 
Most agents make one of 2 mistakes: not creating content at all, or failing to get eyeballs on the content they do share. What can we do to make these oversights a thing of the past? How much time should be dedicated to creating content, and how can we make sure people are seeing it? Is our only option forking out tons of cash on paid advertising? …
 
There’s no doubt about it: working with listers and sellers is an agent’s best bet in this market. The question is, how can we win those listings against other agents? What can we do to differentiate ourselves in the eyes of the consumer, and is there a way to mitigate competition from the very start? How can we overcome any and every possible obje…
 
Very few (if any!) successful agents manage to have a work-life balance without onboarding an ISA, so if we’re hoping to maximize our businesses without spending every minute of every day working, it’s time to make a hire. The question is, who should we be hiring? Can we rely on loved ones looking for work, or is that too risky? Is there a ‘right’ …
 
Our marketing makes all the difference to our results, but most agents are still going so, so wrong. The question is, how can we get it right? How can we shake up what we think we know about marketing and paid lead gen so we can start seeing better outcomes and higher incomes? Is there merit in old school strategies, or are they only holding us bac…
 
Organizations that implement project management methodology see a 70% increase in success rates. Profile by Sanford’s Director of Project Management, Renae Livingston, joins the show to talk about how to effectively manage large technical projects, and how cost, bandwidth, and capabilities factor into hiring a development team. **Show Links** Email…
 
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