In this episode of the Daily Reps, AZ talks about how a disappointment for his daughter lead him to ask her what she is going to do about the situation she was in. AZ gives you the same question to push you forward. Are you in the game, or not?
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By carlaandaz — 10 months ago
Josh Levario is a badass real estate agent and paid commission artist doing his thing at the wise young age of 24.
In this episode, Josh gets into how he became an artist, the first time he got (as well as drew!) a tattoo, how he’s creating a mural in AZ’s home, what it was like starting out in real estate at age 19, and how his business is growing leaps and bounds.
“This is not about posturing. This is about real life, real people, and real estate.” — AZ
Topic #1: Where A Great Lesson Turns Into A New Procedure
- Josh walks us through the early days of becoming a talented tattoo artist, including when he first got started, who his first client was, and the biggest mistake he made on the job.
- AZ commends Josh for doing so much even beyond real estate, noting how this has already been his most successful year by far.
- AZ mentions how important it is to have and own up to other passions beyond just real estate, and how that can lead you to success.
“Everything’s about the reps and everything’s about the lessons.” — AZ
Topic #2: Being Yourself So You Can Grow Your Business
- Josh talks about when his business really started taking off, and how being his true self was really the catalyst behind that success.
- Josh and AZ call out how passions are the fuel you need to get up and do your job at a high level over and over again, and how profession + passion = profits.
- Josh recounts getting into the real estate game at 19 and how he found himself here by way of his early passion for reading.
“You’re beyond just real estate, and that’s what makes you a badass agent.” — AZ
Topic #3: The Importance of Not Caring What Anyone Else Thinks
- AZ asks Josh about a situation working with an investor in year one where he almost quit.
- Josh describes how important it is to trust yourself and to not care what anyone else is going to think on the other side of a transaction.
- AZ and Josh close out the show by reminding us all how we should always reconsider doing what others think we should do and just be ourselves.
“Just showcase yourself.” — Josh
By carlaandaz — 10 months ago
Andy Dane Carter is a badass agent and serial entrepreneur who is the proud owner of a marriage, business, and life that is on fire.
In this episode, Andy takes us behind the scenes into his personal story, detailing how he went from teaching yoga, raising triathlons, and being a burnt out sommelier to finding his path in real estate. We discuss where Andy gets his power from, how he went all-in on being a media company, and how his family fuels the success of his business.
“That’s what makes badass agents: being able to own ALL aspects of your life.” — A.Z.
Topic #1: Learning By Investing in the Truth & Yourself
- Andy outlines the importance of truth in business, and how it lends itself to improving all aspects of our lives.
- Andy details how he first got into real estate, jumping into all areas of the business so he could work straight with investors and bring them value directly.
- Andy and AZ discuss the immense anxiety that goes along with feeling left behind and Andy’s eventual decision to go all-in on marketing.
“It doesn’t matter how much money you start with. It’s all about how many deals you can acquire.” — Andy
Topic #2: How To Build A Real Estate Empire
- Andy and AZ break down the importance of being a media company in business today, proclaiming how “there is no reason you cannot dominate your zip code.”
- Andy describes personal branding’s role in business today, citing the practice as a digital version of your work, code of ethics, and business card.
- AZ talks about battling his own fears and objections and just putting himself out there, revealing the power of speaking your truth in marketing.
“You can be your own media company if you have a smartphone.” — Andy
Topic #3: The Effects of Family Life on Business
- Andy recounts how going to war for his family all came back to self-worth, and how his battle got him back to a place of real fire and passion in his life.
- Andy comes to the realization that being solid at home is what fuels the success of his business, mentioning how little daily shifts can ladder up to a huge impact.
- The guys leave us with a little parting wisdom, including unlocking a new belief system and leaving the whole planet better off than how they found it.
“I went to war for my wife. I went to war for my family.” — Andy