Texas Real Estate Bible Podcast
About This Show
This podcast, hosted by Houston agent Karen Scott and her trusty sidekick and husband, Kevin Scott confront why real estate agents are ranked somewhere between used car salesman and prostitute when it comes to honesty and trustworthiness.
We explore the reasons behind this phenomenon and in the process construct 10 Commandments each for agents, buyers, and sellers. In the process, we are sharing with the world our business religion in the hopes of finding like-minded agents and clients as an audience.
Most Recent Episode
031 - Agent Commandment 8 - Thou shalt be different
3 days ago
In today's episode we interview Mike Michalowicz, author of 4 different business books. We had no intention of turning our conversation into a Commandment, but Mike shared so many great insights that we had to do it. Mike is the author of Surge, Profit First, The Pumpkin Plan and the Toilet Paper Entrepreneur. He is also a popular keynote speaker and successful podcaster. Mike built and sold two multi-million dollar companies by his 35th birthday. Confident that he'd discovered the secrets to success, he became an angel investor... and proceeded to lose his entire fortune. Now building his third multi-million dollar company based on the thesis of Profit First, Mike shares his insights with us on the program. Although Mike shared a lot of insights and fascinating stories in and about his books, we thought his advice from The Pumpkin Plan was spot on for real estate agents. In order to get noticed, you have to be different! You shouldn't expect to gain the attention from the marketplace by being exactly like every other real estate agent out there, you have to be different in order to get noticed. Think about it - the human brain is conditioned over millions of years to notice things that are out of the ordinary. If you're watching a freeway with car after car whizzing by, you'll get bored pretty quickly. Wouldn't a person riding a giraffe down the freeway immediately grab and hold your attention? Of course it would! Remember though, being different doesn't guarantee success, it only guarantees that you'll get attention. What you do with that atte