It is not called ‘Average Agent Camp’

“This is not Average Agent Camp. This is Mega Agent Camp!” proclaimed Gary Keller at this year’s Keller Williams Realty Mega Agent Camp in Austin, Texas.  In his cut and dry style he told the audience, “It takes no more hours in the day to be stupid as it does to be smart”. For the 12,000 participants that attended this year’s Mega Camp, the information shared will spark new practices and fuel production of some of the most highly profitable businesses in the country.

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Real estate is no longer a job for retired school teachers who just want to show homes. Real estate, as a business, is probably one of the least expensive, big money return, small business opportunities that is available to almost anyone. And the “anyones” are business minded, tech-savvy, entrepreneurs who are producing sales volumes that have never been seen before. Gary said it best by stating, “It is not about being a real estate agent. It is about being a Business Agent”.

The head-turners of the industry know you must have a plan to become better. There are many great Realtors out there that are not performing to their potential. The average agent who is not striving to become better, will find themselves falling behind and blaming the market. Rich Cazneaux, from Sacramento, stated it best in the latest KW Outfront Magazine, “I loved my previous broker and the brand. I was happy but I had reached a production ceiling that I couldn’t break on my own.” Rich attended Mega Camp and heard Gary Keller tell the crowd, “You are a business owner, not a real estate agent, and that means you need to act like a business.” This made Rich look deeper into Keller Williams.

If you are a real estate agent wanting to break through your ceiling to the next level of achievement, look into the systems, tools, training and education Keller Williams has to offer.

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Jeff Joyner nominated as Culture Ambassador for Keller Williams Realty North Florida Region

jeff_headshotJeff Joyner, broker-associates with Keller Williams Realty in St. Petersburg, was recently nominated as the Culture Ambassador for Keller Williams Realty North Florida Region.

Nominated by their peers, Cultural Ambassadors are associates who are shining examples of giving, sharing, and helping to grow the KW culture. They are selected for their service to others both inside their market center and in their communities.

“You are chosen as a Cultural Ambassador because you exemplify the culture of Keller Williams at the highest level,” said Mo Anderson, Keller Williams Vice Chairman of the Board, as she addressed the honorees. “Your passion for living the culture is an inspiration. Thank you for your deeds of kindness and for the integrity you embody.”

Kay Evans, co-owner of the North Florida Region and co-chair of the Culture Summit,  stated “culture ambassadors lives and business are example of our KW culture.”

“The culture actions you take today yield the growth we experience tomorrow”, continued Mo Anderson, “You have been selected by service to others inside the office, with their families and in the community. Thank you for being a role model of the WI4C2TS.”

Keller Williams Realty culture is summed-up by its WI4C2TS

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“Jeff helps so many through leadership and service. His deeds are quiet and discreet but impact in a BIG way”, exclaimed Rachel Sartain, Managing Broker of Keller Williams Realty St. Pete. “The nomination process uncovered so many of Jeff’s charitable deeds. I am very appreciative to be in business with such a giving man. He is model of high integrity and a charitable heart, yet he runs a strong and profitable business”.

Upon accepting the award of Culture Ambassador, Jeff humble stated “There are so many great feelings that come from watching a simple contribution compound into a powerful measure to help others at a time of need. This has made me aware of how small things change people in a big way.”

About Jeff Joyner:

Jeff is a father of two beautiful girls and loving husband. As a 4th generation Pinellas County Realtor and St. Petersburg native, his family has built, sold, and developed properties in the Tampa Bay area since the 20’s.

Top agent, Doug Baril, joins Keller Williams Realty St. Pete

Baril,+Doug_5x7_0078-1Doug Baril, a top-producing Realtor from Gainesville, has decided to expand his business and has recently joined the Keller Williams Realty. Doug has been one of Gainesville’s Highest Producing Realtors on a yearly basis achieving the top 1% in production and Top 25 of all Realtors within the Gainesville Alachua County Association of Realtors. With 12 years experience as a top producing agent, Doug decided to expand his business in the Tampa Bay area by joining the Keller Williams family in St. Petersburg. Baril announced his expansion by stating, “This move will provide my business with proven models and system so I can continue offering superior service to all of my customers and grow my business to reach new levels of success.”

“We are truly excited to have Doug join us here at our KW St. Pete office” said Rachel Tenpenny Sartain, CEO and Broker of KW St. Pete. “Keller Williams offers its associates unparalleled career growth and lifelong learning opportunities in the real estate industry. We know that Doug will be a great fit and his customers are the ones who will truly benefit from Doug joining KW.”

Doug has extensive experience with Luxury Homes, Single Family Residential Homes, Townhomes, Condominiums, Commercial Sales, Foreclosures, and Short Sales.  “I chose Keller Williams due to its high degree of professionalism, cutting edge use of technology, and its incredible worldwide reputation as a leading company in the industry,” stated Baril. “I want to continue to expand my real estate business, and Keller Williams provides the training and technology that will help me reach my goals.”

The Keller Williams Realty St. Pete Market Center, located at 111 2nd Ave NE, was established in 2011 and now has over 205 associates selling more real estate than any other company in the area.

To learn more about Keller Williams, call Rachel Tenpenny Sartain at 727.894.1600 or visit http://www.kw.com.

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