This week’s DistressedPro Professional Podcast expert Alan Brymer talks how to teach and mentor to increase your cash flow, generate real estate leads, and raise money.
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Teaching & Mentoring as a Business Model
Alan Brymer is a speaker, mentor and coach who has worked with many other successful sales trainers and real estate educators. He has taught how to manage product launches, create new income streams, and convert their knowledge into new profit centers. As a result, some are now 8 figure earning experts!
The same concepts and steps can not only be used to create a new business or extension of a current one, but virtually everyone in the real estate and note industry can use these tips to generate fresh leads, nurture their pipelines, and raise capital to do more deals too!
This is especially relevant information for these 3 levels of listeners:
- Those with a lot of enthusiasm, but little real experience
- Beginners and novices with some limited deal making experience, but more than the general public
- Experts with a lot of experience interested in helping others and creating more cash flow
Listen into this episode now to find out how to use this concept to accelerate your finances and business, even if you haven’t closed your first deal yet.
The Keys to Creating Cash by Teaching Others
Whether you’ve already been actively looking for a way to create a coaching course, or have been seeking an innovative way to find new partners, buyers, distressed home sellers, and capital partners, there are some key steps involved in doing it successfully.
Alan explains a successful venture into this style of lead gen and business starts with developing a mentality and attitude of sharing and helping others. Then the first active step is to define your business model. Will you create a network of birddogs, a webinar, live speaking events, a podcast series, a one on one coaching program, or something else? It is critical to design with your prospects’ lifestyle in mind because everyone is different. Think about what will work for them while fitting into their current and desired lifestyle with their skillset.
During the process, you’ll also define your niche. Not just your current business niche, but also the channels and mediums you’ll use to connect with the world. Will it be Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Google Ads, networking at the golf and country club, or email lists? Start creating content and find out what works for you!