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
“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” – Soren Kierkegaard The past week or so has been packed with family adventures and awesome conversations with friends. Incoming emails were almost nonexistent and much of my team was also unplugged for the holidays. Between skiing, Yankee swapping, building snow forts, and … More 5 Lessons I Learned in 2018
As much as business and politics are sometimes at odds with one another, they really go hand in hand. Whether we like it or not, what happens in the global political arena effects the markets. And very often, what happens with the economy effects policy. We saw this most recently in the real estate … More 5 Ways to Grow Your Leadership Capital
We all have the same number of hours in a day. 24. No more. No less. So, why do some people accomplish so much more than others? What’s their secret? You know those people. The ones who appear to be productivity geniuses, who seem to have been gifted the “get shit done” gene from a … More Productivity is Out. Impact is In.
I just landed back in Vermont after spending the past three days in Indiana competing with my team Chaffing the Dream (shout out to Tom and Amanda Martin!) at the USARA Adventure Race National Championship. I’ve got three words for you: brutal and exhausting. I thought Ironman races were tough (and they are). But this … More Lessons From the 30 Hour National Championship Adventure Race
This week the kids went back to school. Sienna is now a first grader and Asher is in Pre-K! When they talk about the days being long and the years being short, they must have been talking about parenthood! As we walked into school and posed for the obligatory first day of school photo (photos … More Why I’m Rooting for My Kids to Fail
Cabin in the woods of Vermont with enough land for ATVs? Check. Beautiful, healthy third child? Check. Build, own, and hold an office building as an asset? Check. These are all things I wrote down on my Future Self worksheet over three years ago that came to fruition in the past couple of years. The … More Creating Your Future Self Today