Everyday Game Changers! That’s the motto that defines Toril Schoepfer-White. A licensed agent at the age of 19, she has now been selling real estate more than half her life, breaking records every step of the way. Her innovative team of 16 includes 7 sales partners, 3 listing partners, 2 listing managers, an in-house negotiator, and marketing/events specialists. Toril has been in the business for 24 years, operating just south of Seattle, WS. Her team has a production of $80-100 million per year.
In today's episode, we discuss how to use your business to give back to the community.
As Michael says, “It’s a living worth living. It’s a living worth loving.” After sharing this philosophy and system in the International Bestseller (7L) The Seven Levels of Communication: Go from Relationships to Referrals, Michael with no plans for speaking, coaching, or training was instantly inundated with requests to teach the system. Now thousands upon thousands of professionals see him speak, attend his events, and go through this training every year.
In today's episode, we cover 15 event strategies to maximize referrals and give back to the community.
Leigh is a successful REALTOR®, forward-thinking CEO, and #1 best-selling author. She runs one of the top real estate teams in the country, she is a kickin’ keynote speaker and loves everything baseball.
Leigh’s successful first book, bestseller Outrageous Authenticity™, paved the path to writing her second book, The 7 Deadly Sins of Sales™ which instantly became an Amazon #1 bestseller! You may also catch Leigh (and her friends that she chats with) on her podcast: Crazy Sh*t in Real Estate.
She is known for being a sassy Southern woman who is extremely popular for her no-holds-barred approach to motivation. She is currently one of the sales industry’s most sought-after speakers and her inspirational speeches have allowed her to travel all over the United States and the globe – from Miami to Dubai!
In today's episode, we cover Leigh's 'Need to Know' items on real estate, including community and political influences on the market.