“Your brand is you” – Julie A. Broad
Hello FNM community,
I had the immense pleasure of interviewing Julie Broad (MBA), an accomplished speaker, best selling author and real estate mogul. She is author of the International Book Award Winner and Amazon #1 Overall Bestselling More than Cashflow. Over the past decade, she has helped business owners, sales professionals and real estate investors have more impact and have more influence. An award winning entrepreneur, Julie has been featured on Entrepreneur.com, Canadian Real Estate Wealth Magazine, and countless TV, Radio and Newspapers across Canada from CTV Halifax to the Vancouver Sun.
For those of you who are starting a new business, looking to accelerate your real estate journey to the next level built on a solid foundation for success, I will say this after having read her book: “The New Brand You: Your New Image Makes the Sale for You”…it has everything to do with building your personal brand the right way with the right tools that is right for you.
In this interview, you will learn:
Why developing a brand is a crucial component for boosting your career and your income;
The MOST important things you can do to improve your brand right now
The lifeline to branding that you didn’t know about until now…
How to make a change right now with the special branding formula ‘MAGIC’
Learn about Julie Broad’s next adventure
And much, much more!
And … for anybody who picks up a soft cover copy of ‘The New Brand You‘ by August 1st (And submits their receipt to info@Revnyou.com with a note that Tracy Ma sent you) will also receive a 52 page workbook I created on Joint Ventures. This workbook was actually part of a $497 workshop Julie Broad ran a few years ago so it has a lot of great info in it for anybody looking to raise money with joint ventures. 🙂 Please note this offer does not apply to the Kindle version.
Over to Julie Broad – The New Brand You
Tell us a little about yourself? Perhaps something not many people know?
Many people may not know that I bought my first investment property before I bought my first home. Getting my money working for me was my number one priority. Not something that is top of mind for all 25 year olds, but my financial present and future was always on my mind. When I graduated from University, I kept living like a student with a mattress on the floor, wooden boxes for furniture, and no cable TV. My only splurge was that I started to highlight my hair! Everything extra I earned went into paying off my student loan as quickly as possible and starting to save money.
Despite my early interest in real estate as a way to create financial security, I actually never loved investing in real estate (and I still don’t). It’s a great means to an end. I appreciate what it has done for us and will continue to do for us into our retirement, but what I really care about is impacting people. I write, teach, and speak because I really want to share knowledge and help others reach their goals.
If you could travel back in time, what advice would you give yourself when you were starting out building your brand?