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How to Achieve Success through Intent: One Real Estate Entrepreneur's Story
"Relationships are the driver for me in everything that I do," says Molly McKinley. You may recognize her name as a former technology executive in the real estate space. In fact, it was Molly's relationship with real estate professionals during her time as a tech executive that, in part, led her to start a company of her own, Intentionaliteas, an "intentional gifting platform" that helps agents "stay in flow" with current and past clients via automated gift giving. Molly is the first guest in a new interview series, 24/seven with Bondilyn Jolly, that explores "the person behind the professional." In each episode, host and real estate technology entrepreneur Bondilyn Jolly delves into what makes each guest tick—and what inspiration agents and brokers can learn from them. The series is produced by 3sixtyfive, a creative marketing agency that serves real estate professionals. Each episode delivers content via podcast, video, written interview, and photography. So what's Molly's secret to being remarkable at business? "Being thoughtful," she says in this episode. "We as human beings are just hardwired to connect with each other and that's the part that most people are trying to shortcut." But thoughtfulness takes time, and it isn't always easy, so she wondered how could she create thoughtfulness for people in their businesses so it's not just about technology, but "good, old-fashioned emotional intelligence." Hear more about how Intentionaliteas helps real estate agents achieve just that, Molly's spiritual approach to life and work, her dreams, greatest fears, and hopes for the future in this episode of 24/seven. Visit the official podcast webpage to listen to the interview and explore bonus content. You can also watch the podcast at the video below or stream it on your podcast app of choice: Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Castbox, Transistor, and Listen Notes. Podcast Timeline 0:12 - Bondilyn introduces the podcast and its first-ever guest, Molly McKinley. 3:13 - Molly shares her spiritual and intent-driven approach to work and life. 8:21 - Molly talks about how she first conceived the concept for Intentionaliteas. 10:00 - How working with real estate professionals during the previous five years influenced the creation and concept of Molly's business. 11:48 - Molly explains the basic idea behind Intentionaliteas, and how it automates and simplifies the gift-giving process for real estate agents. 14:05 - Molly shares her greatest fear going into starting a new business from scratch. 16:42 - How authenticity, right living, and not sacrificing her core principles are central to Molly in life and in business. 19:48 - Bondilyn and Molly discuss being mindful and being at a point in life where everything needs to align. Molly talks about how the technology she uses aligns with who she is, and how she uses it to manage and run her business. 24:37 - Molly offers advice to others who are looking to start a business or make a leap of faith like she did. 28:05 - Molly introduces us to her new podcast, Afternoon Tea, which features conversations for and with women in business. 30:35 - Bondilyn wraps up the podcast and points listeners to bonus content related to this episode (see below). Next Steps Listen to the full podcast and explore bonus content like photos, a written Q&A, fun facts about Molly, and more. Visit the Intentionaliteas website to learn how to automate thoughtful gift-giving to your clients Visit the 3sixtyfive.agency and Elevate websites Stay tuned for the next episode of 24/seven with special guest Brenda Thompson!
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New Thought Leadership Series: 24/seven with Bondilyn Jolly, with Guest Molly McKinley
In this exciting new thought leadership series, industry leader, tech marketing entrepreneur and investor Bondilyn Jolly interviews inspiring professionals to "get to know the person behind the professional." The basic premise is that underneath the professional, the title, the paycheck, and the prestige is a person with hopes, dreams, fears and a lifetime of inspirational and motivational stories that have led them to where they are today. With each guest, Bondilyn conducts a series of interviews that are then presented in a variety of consumable formats: podcast, video, written and photographic. To kick things off, Bondilyn's first interview features a well-known face in real estate, Molly McKinley. Below is a snippet from this interview, along with links to enjoy the complete experience.
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What Every Agent Should Know About Podcasting
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Top 10 Real Estate Podcasts (in Our Opinion)
Are you searching for a fun, convenient way to learn more about the real estate industry, and pick up tips from a wide range of experts? Real estate podcasts make it easy to learn from the best in the business, keep up with current trends, and discover new ideas to help grow your brand. As an added bonus, you can listen to podcasts at your desk, on the road, or while you're taking care of tasks around the house, so there's never a bad time to discover new real estate ideas. Start your search for the perfect podcast with our guide to the ten best real estate podcasts.
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Using Podcasts to Build Your Real Estate Brand
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Top 10 Podcasts for Real Estate Pros
When you want to improve your business, those who've already walked the path are a valuable source of insight. With years of experiences and knowledge of the business, they're often willing to share their secrets to help other real estate professionals get ahead. One of the most popular methods to share their advice is through podcasts. But with thousands of real estate podcasts to choose from, which ones should you listen to? Here are ten of our favorite podcasts for real estate agents and brokers.
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Free Podcast Series from the #1 Ranked Real Estate Agent in the World
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Have You Ever Considered Podcasting? Tips from an Agent Who's Done It
Starting a podcast may seem intimidating, but according to Phil Greely, all you really have to do is "capture your audio and host it somewhere where interested listeners can find it." Greely is a Seattle-based real estate broker as well as the producer and co-host of the popular Rise Seattle Podcast program. He cites his podcast as a contributing factor to his $20 million-a-year in real estate sales. Greely decided to start podcasting when he realized his advertising and marketing were "pretty vanilla, and pretty much the same stuff everyone in real estate has been taught to do." He realized that the more media you put into the world, the more people will be aware of who you are and what you do. This in turn leads to business and referrals.
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From Books to Podcasts: Best Resources for New Real Estate Agents
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The 12 Top Real Estate Podcasts
If we've learned anything, it's that podcasts are here... and they're here to stay. They've simultaneously brought back the art of the classic radio show in episodic form, or serial, as well as given voice to a lot of experts in fields that may not have necessarily had an outlet or voice before podcasts entered the scene. Now, what good is this for you, a real estate agent? The rise of podcasts' popularity has been large in part due to the fact that the information is easily digestible while on the go—and whether you're listening on your daily commute to and from work, or listening to your favorite podcast while cooking dinner, podcasts have become the perfect multi-tasking information source. Perfect, if you ask us, for real estate agents who live largely on their mobile devices or in their car, and who might just need a diversion or an information boost from fellow agents and real estate professionals. That's why we pulled together this list of the top real estate podcasts.
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Stitcher: How real estate agents can learn on the go with podcasts that educate and entertain
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3 Podcasting Best Practices for Real Estate Professionals
With the advancements and use of mobile and digital technologies, the once-slow medium known as podcasting has become easier to create and consume. According to Edison Research and Triton Digital, podcasting listenership is estimated at 57 million. Percentage of Americans who have listened to a podcast in the past month has increased steadily since 2013 To put things in perspective, Twitter reported 67 million active users during the third quarter of this year. The relatively small 10 million difference makes podcasting a perfect addition to your content marketing and personal branding strategies. What better way to garner a loyal following than to prove your expertise through persistently broadcasting relevant information to your sphere of influence? Click over to page 2 to see our top three podcasting best practices as you begin your own podcasting journey.
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Why Reusing Listing Photos Could Mean Legal Trouble
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