In Episode 112 of the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast, co-hosts Matt Emerson and Jan O’Brien introduce a 30-day work from home challenge and talk to a returning podcast guest, David Squier, about adapting in the ‘new normal’ real estate market. In today’s Zen, we welcome another guest to the studio, Susan Judy, who will help us explore LA’s great Griffith Park.
About Our Guest – David Squier
David is actually two people in one. One David is a fun-loving, engaging people person. The other David is a fanatic for statistics, organization, and technology. Good thing, too. That combination of an easy-going manner and relentless attention to detail is what separates an average agent/coach from a great one. Transactions run smoother. Buyers are happier. Sellers are happier. Everyone wins.
David is an accomplished real estate coach, trainer, and speaker, With over 28 years of real estate experience, he has excelled in all levels of the real estate industry including top-producing mega team leader, broker-manager, owner-broker, and business coach. David has a natural ability and passion for coaching, training, mentoring & business development and has consistently guided people to the breakthrough moment in their careers. This has allowed him to grow his Las Vegas sales team for so many successful years as well as training, coaching & consulting others to success.
30-DAY WORK FROM HOME CHALLENGE
Get Up! Get Dressed! Get to Work…. Remotely and Virtually!
WHEN: April 1- April 30, 2020
WHERE: ONLINE via ZOOM MEETINGS
WHO: All Real Estate Professional Ready to THRIVE!
By the end of this 30-day period, you will …
- Design a daily success action plan and routine that gets results
- Master your CRM
- Be able to conduct Virtual Buyer Consultations, Open Houses & Showings
- Create a virtual Listing Presentation that leverages video & 3D Tours
- Be a boss with video and social media
- Own your online presence
- Have new business and a solid pipeline!
Prerequisites / Agreements
- You have a CRM and Real Estate Website
- You have a laptop or desktop with a camera and microphone
- Create a Free account on ZOOM.us (or alternative Video Conferencing)
- Setup your New Home Source Professional Account
- Facebook Business Page
- Zillow, Realtor.com Profiles Complete
- Attend & participate in the Zoom Meetings and do the work
- You have a positive, can-do ATTITUDE!
Pre-Launch Zoom Meetings
These two sessions will cover the program details, what to expect, what we will be providing on a daily basis, and getting everything ready to launch on April 1st.
- Part 1 – Monday, March 30, 9:00 – 10-am
- Part 2 – Tuesday, March 31, 9:00 – 10am
REGISTER NOW AND GET IMMEDIATE ACCESS ~ along with all the details and Zoom links
Today we welcome Susan Judy to the Wandering But Not Lost Podcast Studio to share some of her stories and insights into one of America’s best urban parks. Griffith Park is home to so many wonderful sights and incredible things to do for all ages and we’ll do our best to point out some of the best wandering highlights.
We welcome Susan Judy to the WBNL Podcast Studio. Susan is a life-long musician/singer, i.e., mainly contractor/self-employed. She sings professionally as both soloist and choral singer and has spent seven of her latest years with the LA Master Chorale.
Susan just started a business with a member of their “band,” Voxfire, in order to promote their recently released album, FONTIS – and, discovered it’s a real pain getting everything up and running – especially with all the virtual worlds to negotiate out there: for example, https://www.voxfire.band, Facebook.com@Voxfire, Instagram.com@Voxfire
She is a life-long nature lover, one could even say, a rather obsessed nature lover who has spent hours of her life poring over gardening/native plant manuals. An amateur – and somewhat lazy – gardener…
Susan is also a wanderer, with a long history of hiking/skiing/back-packing/& a fair amount of bicycling, and I’m proud to say she is this wanderer’s sister-in-law dear!
Today’s Giveaway – a complimentary cd of Susan’s newest album, Fontis! Be the 17th person to email email@example.com with the subject line “I Want Fontis” along with your contact information, and you’ll be enjoying the melodic sounds of Voxfire before you know it!
Wandering Griffith Park
An excerpt from an article from KCET…
The recent premiere of downtown L.A.’s Grand Avenue Park and the continuing debate over the public use of Pershing Square has returned attention to a longstanding criticism of Los Angeles: its relative lack of parkland within the city limits. Yet, ironically, L.A. boasts one of the largest urban parks in the nation; at 4,310 acres, Griffith Park is four times the size of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park and nearly five times the size of New York’s Central Park.
With chaparral-covered slopes, deep canyons shaded by riparian trees and shrubs, and a menagerie of wild animals — including the occasional mountain lion — the park is a showcase for what remains of Southern California’s native flora and fauna. Hiking trails open the park up to recreational users, while attractions like the Griffith Observatory and Los Angeles Zoo draw millions of tourists and other visitors annually.
To learn more, go to the KCET website.
There are so many things to see and do at the park. Here are some helpful links so that you get acquainted with the layout for your visit (note that several places are closed due to COVID-19 observances):
Now, sit back and enjoy the following beautiful photography & video from Susan…