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5. Taking Back the Reins
The real estate landscape has changed, and with it, Keller Williams. Today, Gary Keller is back in the CEO seat, guiding Keller Williams through the fourth industrial revolution and focusing on developing an innovation engine that changes the game.
|Aug 05, 2019|
4. The Millionaire Real Estate Agent
Looking for a way to remain competitive among top producers, an idea was pitched that forever changed the trajectory of Keller Williams - the Millionaire Real Estate Agent. With a new business blueprint in place, the team focused on developing a culture that makes agents want to call Keller Williams home.
How to create a powerful culture - definition of WI4C2TS
|Jul 29, 2019|
3. Pushing the Boundaries
Gary Keller was expanding his business by living life on the road, until a simple behavioral assessment changed everything. It led him to identify the right processes, hire the right people, and eventually fire himself from the CEO role.
|Jul 22, 2019|
2. Defining Success Through Failure
Emerging from a low point in his life, both personally and professionally, Gary Keller reevaluated, reprioritized and let go of fear, allowing himself to take a leap of faith and create Keller Williams as we know it today.
|Jul 15, 2019|
1. From Rock and Roll to Real Estate
Gary Keller went from rock musician to leader of one of the most innovative companies in real estate, Keller Williams. How did he get there? A series of good decisions, a millionaire mindset, and sheer will to succeed.
|Jul 08, 2019|
Think Like A CEO
Gary Keller went from aspiring rock musician to leader of one of the most innovative companies in real estate. Think Like A CEO weaves a narrative of the business and life lessons Gary learned along the way, from developing business strategies, to hiring the right people, to developing a celebrated culture that truly puts people first.
Think Like A CEO season one launches July 8th. Subscribe in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you typically get your podcasts.
|Jun 24, 2019|