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Pastor Mike has led his very popular Bible study class for many years. His class is an overview of scripture, from Genesis through Revelation. Along the way he looks at the Bible's original authors and the cultures in which they lived; he examines the communities for whom the scriptures were written, and asks questions about the Bible's meaning for today. People who have taken the class report that they had never heard some of the ideas he presents, and that it opened the Bible in a new and ...
 
Mike and Joy Connell are the Senior Pastors at Bay City Outreach Centre, Hastings, New Zealand. They moved to Hastings from Dannevirke in 1985 to pioneer their first church and have been in ministry now for over 25 years and pioneered 5 other churches. An internationally recognized teacher of the Word, Pastor Mike moves powerfully in prophetic, deliverance and inner healing gifts. His strong love and sensitivity for God and His people have enabled him to minister and bring great healing to t ...
 
The real estate team building world is driven by big egos who boast about how many homes they’ve sold or how much GCI they’ve earned. We don’t hear much about their low profit margins, the long hours they put in each week or the unbearable stress they endure. I believe that if you want to profitably scale your real estate team without working crazy hours, enduring unhealthy levels of stress or coming up short at home, then thinking like a business owner, building sustainable systems, and emp ...
 
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Conventional success in real estate is marked by ego, unhealthy levels of grinding, and no sound economic model to speak of. It feels almost countercultural to talk about building a business with ease and elegance, instead of blood and guts. This brings me to my conversation with CEO of Culhane Premier Properties, Michael Weigand. The reason he was…
 
Most of us have a competitive spirit to some degree. We compete in games, sports, and work, among friends, neighbors, family members, and strangers. Our economy is based on competition, and we encourage our children to prepare for their roles in society by being competitive in nearly everything they do. Even in our spare time, playing games or part…
 
The real estate industry has a chronic obsession with selling as many homes as possible. Michael Weigand made the counter-cultural decision to choose quality over quantity, even if it meant selling less homes, and his team had their most profitable year in 2020. Many team leaders would choose 200 extra deals, even if they are crappy and unprofitabl…
 
There’s a lot more to success than money, fame, accolades and a ton of production. In a world that places prestige and ego above family, health, and fulfilment, it’s really easy to model the wrong people. We can respect the types of success other people have, but we don’t necessarily have to emulate them, especially when that success comes at a ste…
 
All Christians respected the authority of Scripture, but already in the fifth century the Church was riven by conflicting interpretations of Scripture. A monk in Gaul, Vincent of Lerins, developed a formula to determine true doctrine from false. "All possible care must be taken," he said, "that we hold that faith which has been believed everywhere,…
 
There are differences of opinion today regarding what is truth. Events happen around the world, and reports describing those events vary significantly. Sometimes it is had to believe the different reports are describing the same event. In other instances, large amounts of scientific data are collected, and widely differing conclusions are drawn fro…
 
The only way to scale a business is by treating it like one. If your goal is growth, you have to shift out of the mindset of an agent and start thinking and behaving like a business owner. That being said, no one said this process was easy. You’re bound to be faced with agents who aren’t entirely on board with change, and there’s a chance you’ll st…
 
This week we reflect on the stories of the Syrophoenician woman who begged Jesus to heal her daughter and the deaf man from the Decapolis region who was brought to Jesus for healing. The Syrophoenician woman was expressly not Jewish, so her petition for help was initially rebuffed. In a manner uncharacteristic of other situations where someone had …
 
Marginally profitable, all-consuming, and unsustainable real estate businesses operate this way because their owners are doing too much technical work, instead of managerial and entrepreneurial work. In my conversation with Stacie Peterson, she stressed the massive impact of letting her business growth rely on systems, instead of her own technical …
 
Society is saddled with many sources of conflict today. There are differences of opinion on the need for masks, immigration policy, race relations, and human sexuality, just to name a few. Unfortunately, conversations on these topics often devolve into angry confrontations that raise blood pressure more than awareness. As the animosity rises betwee…
 
My guest, Stacie Peterson went from solo agent, all the way to exiting production and ultimately selling her business for a 7-figure sum, all thanks to implementing the right systems in her team. However, by no means was that an overnight transition. Prior to setting up those systems, Stacie found herself stuck on the hamster wheel, never able to c…
 
My recent guest, John Mikesh stressed that accountability is an act of love, and I couldn’t agree more. Accountability isn’t something we do to our teams, but something we do for them. The problem is, many leaders still feel uncomfortable holding their agents to their goals because it feels like we’re micromanaging them. How can we make the necessa…
 
Cyril's uncle was the notorious Theophilus, a ruthless and fiercely competitive churchman — and the old manhood handpicked his nephew to be his successor as bishop of Alexandria. Cyril learned from Theophilus how to orchestrate an international incident and carry it through to the victorious end. But he was very much his own man: a towering intelle…
 
All of us have our own personal experiences of encountering Christ in our lives. Sometimes they come us as epiphanies where we have “mountain top” experiences that change how we see ourselves and the world. These encounters can motivate us to seek out more divine experiences where we can come closer to God and taste the fruits of the Spirit. Contin…
 
Can you imagine working a maximum of 90 minutes on your business each week, 1300 miles away from your team? Thanks to the culture of accountability in his organization, my guest, John Mikesh does just that, and so can you! While most team leaders avoid holding their agents accountable because they associate it with harshness, John discovered that t…
 
My recent guest, Chris Craddock, stressed the importance of a successful morning routine, and I couldn’t agree more. In fact, I can’t think of a single successful person who doesn’t have at least 2-3 hours of personal development time scheduled before they go into their business everyday. Without a solid, time-blocked morning regimen, we’ll never b…
 
A common question posed as an ice breaker or conversation starter is, “What would you ask for if you were told you could have anything you wanted?” This can be asked through various scenarios such as finding a genie in a lamp or winning the lottery, but the common theme is identifying what is most important to us. The answers we give can shed light…
 
Chris Craddock is a multi-millionaire many times over, the owner of 10 companies, and this year, his real estate team’s on- and off-market properties will do 600 sides. However, this wasn’t always the case, and just 7 years ago he wasn’t even a retail agent. How did a youth pastor manage to go from ministry to blazing a trail in our industry? Turns…
 
Imagine going on vacation and returning to commission checks and appointments set. Our recent guest, Kodi Riddle achieved just that, and then some. In 5 years, she has scaled to a $2.3 million high performing real estate organization, complete with a 50% profit margin and 7-figure take home. The leap began in Kodi’s mind. She had to push through a …
 
The great ascetic movement was in its first years of explosive growth when John Cassian journeyed from West to East. He visited the communities of monks and hermits in Palestine and Egypt. Though he sought a quiet life, he got caught up in international intrigue and adventure. In his later years he drew together the memories of his years in the des…
 
This week we look into the story of the prophet Elijah when he was at the lowest point of his life. He was being pursued by Queen Jezebel and was exhausted, alone, and ready to give up. After journeying deep into the wilderness, he laid down, asking God to let him die, and went to sleep. But God had a different plan for Elijah. God sent an angel to…
 
Real estate agents can only keep their heads down and focus on selling a lot of homes for so long. To experience economic stability and get off the hamster wheel of personal production, we have to shift to running an actual business, but why are so many agents so resistant to this? Is it fear, ego or a bit of both? When you have tons of pride in be…
 
Reflecting back on my conversation with $225 million team leader Leigh Marcus in the last episode, I wanted to revisit and go deeper on the things that really struck me and stuck with me. In his journey to running a fully leveraged real estate team, the one thing that stands out is Leigh’s high level of personal leadership, which we can sum up with…
 
In this bonus episode originally from the Catholic Culture Podcast, CatholicCulture.org’s director of podcasts, Thomas V. Mirus, interviews voice actor James T. Majewski (Catholic Culture Audiobooks) and author Mike Aquilina (Way of the Fathers) about how they make their shows and the effect reading and studying the Church Fathers has had on them p…
 
There are many divisions within our communities today: republican versus democratic, liberal versus conservative, wealthy versus poor, … We have found many ways to create groups that identify “us” versus “them” that have led to greater animosity within our culture. Diversity is helpful for society because it can lead to innovative solutions to our …
 
Many team leaders think they're doing the job of a real estate agent, but they are actually glorified errand-runners. When you’re aren’t ruthlessly focused on the most-dollar productive activity in the business, it’s easy NOT to delegate and get everything else off your plate. How do you raise your prospecting discipline, make decisions, build your…
 
Dave Friedman revealed how he went from 65 transactions working 80 hour-weeks, to over 300 transactions completely elevated out of the day-to-day, and the critical piece of this journey - systems. But what do you do if you’re not a systems person? How do you shift your mindset, slow down, document protocols, and patiently teach your hires so you ca…
 
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