Bummer! You're not a
Stitcher Premium subscriber yet.
Learn More
Start Free Trial
$4.99/Month after free trial
HELP

Episode Info

Episode Info:

 

 

Brian is an award-winning mortgage loan officer who became frustrated with the way people did business. A life-long voracious reader, Brian began devouring every business and industry-specific book he could find. One that resonated most authentically? Michael Maher’s #1 International Bestseller,  (7L) The Seven Levels of Communication. In fact, it was Michael who encouraged Brian to start an event. So, using key concepts from Michael’s book, other transformational resources, and Brian’s unique best practices, he launched Mastermind St. Louis in 2011—a monthly event for professional service providers dependent upon referrals. The event consisted of content presentation and exploration, and a panel discussion, all focused on how to create a radically referable business. After only a few months, the event was consistently standing room only. In addition, attendees frequently asked Brian how they could take the concepts explored at these events and more fully understand and integrate them into their businesses. For the attendees that wanted more, Brian created the Radically Referable and Accelerate Workshops and eventually added individual, team, and company coaching offerings.

 

GOAL: 

 

His primary goal currently is to connect with 5000 people by the end of the year.

 

ACTION STEPS:

 

He is accomplishing this goal by Building the infrastructure and continually adding value

 

QUOTES:

 

“We all have blind spots”

”Anytime I need someone I make your connection”

”Accountability is absolutely key”

 

RESOURCE LINKS:

His website: http://briankmcrae.com/

 

For more action steps and ways to learn how to take consistent and regular actions forward check out our "daily action steps for a champion” with me Anthony Witt tcepodcast.com/plan

Read more »

Discover more stories like this.

Like Stitcher On Facebook

EMBED

Episode Options

Listen Whenever

Similar Episodes

Related Episodes