I was chatting with a fellow KW Career Consultant this morning, and he told me about a great conversation he had with someone who was considering a career in Real Estate about developing your territory. It got me thinking about how to turn every conversation you have during the day into a potential lead generation opportunity.
I love mental models, personality tests, and anything that will help me understand who I am and how I operate, and help me become a better version of myself. Earlier this year, I took some time to learn the process and methods behind Enneagram (I’m a 9 with a 1 wing). I’ve also been a fan of Myers-Briggs for years, taking the test every six months on average (consistently INFJ since late 2019). Today, I’m going to share a little about another, the Kolbe Index.
I just rolled out a new recruiting website to help those interested in real estate get licensed, provide relevant information about the industry, and ultimately connect with me as a Career Consultant. This is me becoming more vested in the world of real estate and in the Keller Williams sphere, all while doubling down on the products and services I work on with the McKissacks.
I’ve been playing around with incorporating fun video and audio into Instagram Reels and Stories of late, and I figured I’d share a few that were really fun to put together.
In my role as Digital Marketing Director for Linda McKissack, I have taken on generating occasional graphics and marketing collateral for the KW Ohio Valley Region, of which Linda is a regional owner. It’s allowed me to explore video in a way I haven’t really done before, diving into a creative side that is playful and sometimes a bit humorous.
Let’s take a look back to 2006. That was the year I wrapped up grad school, earning my Masters in Business Administration from Washington State University in June of that year.
Grad school was a little different for me. It was like a do-over of my college days, where I didn’t get super involved and kinda kept myself on the down-low. When I went back, I did the things I wished I had done the first time around. One of the most notable elements was joining KZUU as a radio personality.
Suddenly, my passion for exploring and discovering new music increased exponentially, and I soaked it all up. And all the while, a new one began parallel to this: sharing these discoveries with anyone who would tune in. But it could only last so long…