Gary Keller is Back as CEO of Keller Williams – 4 Things We Can Learn From His Leadership

At 7:44pm last night an email dropped into my inbox with news that will change the course of the real estate industry for the next several decades. Gary Keller is back as CEO of Keller Williams. The interesting thing is, he never actually left. He was simply behind the scenes, leading through others. Gary has … More Gary Keller is Back as CEO of Keller Williams – 4 Things We Can Learn From His Leadership

5 Ways to Change Your Thinking to Achieve Success This Spring

  Well, apparently this year the groundhog was right. Six more weeks of winter… We’re on week five and getting a foot of snow in Vermont right now. Last week it was 50 degrees. But as much as I’d like to complain about the weather, the weather is going to do what it’s going to … More 5 Ways to Change Your Thinking to Achieve Success This Spring

Your Most Important Relationships May Be With People You’ve Never Met

Last week I taught a business and leadership bootcamp in Vermont to an incredible group of entrepreneurs, small business owners, and leaders. One of the topics that came up was mentorships and the value of a mentor. The whole conversation started when we began talking about the five relationships you need to live a wealthy … More Your Most Important Relationships May Be With People You’ve Never Met

Guest Blogger Matt Bex: Overtime, Over Time, is Overrated

I listen to a lot of podcasts and read a lot of books that talk about grinding, hustling, and working your ass off. Go in early, stay late, repeat. I agree, at the end of the day, most people lack the work ethic required (especially long-term) to be as successful as they say they want … More Guest Blogger Matt Bex: Overtime, Over Time, is Overrated