4 Key Reminders Around Fair Housing

April is Fair Housing Month. And this year, we celebrate 56 years since the passing of the Fair Housing Act. Signed by President Lydon B. Johnson in April 1968, this civil rights law made discrimination illegal in the rentals and sales of housing due to race, color, national origin, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, and familial status illegal. And although it’s been several decades since this law was passed, it’s importance cannot be understated. To that end, Julia Lashay, head of inclusion and belonging at KWRI, joined us to talk about why Fair Housing Month is just as important today as it was when the law was signed 56 years ago. Julia’s role is to make help ensure that the company’s offices are more inclusive and help ensure the many different people of the world get served and treated fairly. And she brought that role to life in our talk.

Exactly What to Say at Exactly The Right Time with Best Selling Author Phil M Jones

Phil Jones, best selling author of books like Exactly What to Say, is well-known to our community because of the expertise he brings to us. As he describes it, he helps people come up with the right things to say at the right time in order to accomplish their jobs well and get the results they want. He’s an expert in this realm, having brought his advice to several million people across 59 countries and multiple continents.

Sarah Maslowski Closed $32M from YouTube Last Year with These Best Practices

At almost six years into her real estate career, Sarah Maslowski has built an impressive business. Three years ago, Buford, Georgia agent knew she wanted to focus on one pillar of lead generation. She tried to incorporate video into her business before, and while she was admittedly inconsistent in doing so, she didn’t have a whole lot of luck with it. This time, her focus on YouTube was different. And it’s become a major long-term lead generation source, enabling her to help 60 families last year alone just from YouTube to the tune of $32 million in volume and approximately $800,000 in GCI. In fact, between 80-85% of her business now comes from YouTube.

Mel Robbins’ 5-Second Rule in Real Life and On Stage with Marisel Polizzo

When Corona, California Marisel Polizzo came to Keller Williams’ Family Reunion this year, she probably didn’t think that she’d have a lasting impression on 10,000+ people. After all, as a dual career agent in the business for a little over a year, it was her first Family Reunion to attend. And when her Team Leader made it possible for her to make payments on the ticket because she knew it would be impactful on Marisel, the Team Leader likely had no idea how many people would benefit from Marisel’s participation in the event.

Crushing Your Life and Business Goals From Anywhere

All of us hope to live a life we’ve designed to suit our personal and professional needs and wants. But what does that actually entail? For agents Knelly Dettinger and Erica West, this looks a little different from what you may expect. Both agents run high performing businesses – from afar. While they’re at different stages professionally in building their businesses, both contribute highly important perspectives to show us that any of us are capable of achieving the dreams we aspire to achieve.

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