10x real estate is a real estate seminar that I started in 2010. I love the idea of making real estate easier and more understandable for people to buy and sell real estate, and this seminar has been a huge success. The classes, the community, and the people I have met have made me feel like I have found my tribe.
I guess that’s what I get for being a self-taught student. I’ve never been a fan of the term real estate seminar. I feel like I should be a professional real estate agent just so I can teach people about it. But I really don’t like the term real estate seminar because it’s so boring to listen to. And most of the people who are doing real estate seminars are being quite verbose.
I’m not disagreeing with you, but I see the real estate seminar as more of a sales pitch for the products than any real education. A real estate seminar is a sales pitch for a company, not a seminar for a person. The goal of a real estate seminar is to sell a product or service rather than teach. A real estate seminar is simply a sales pitch for a company. Many people do real estate seminars just to meet people and sell them their services.
The goal of a real estate seminar is to sell a product. I think it’s safe to assume that most people attending real estate seminars are selling you a service, not yourself. By the end of the seminar, most people have no idea what you’re selling. We’re doing real estate seminars because we know people are looking for these services, not because we think we’re going to sell them a product.
The problem with a lot of these sales pitches is that they are so generic that they fail to convey what it is you want. Most of the time, when people attend a seminar, they expect there to be something special about it, but what they really want is a piece of paper with a few pages filled with numbers. Real estate seminars are just this. And so most sales pitches fail to describe what they actually do.
But there are plenty of real estate seminars that just happen to be a lot of money. You might be selling a product, but you’re also selling the real estate itself.
A few years ago, we did a survey of real estate seminars we found that most of them didn’t really explain what they did. They just wanted you to sign up for a $500 seminar and then have you walk around a park for a couple of hours with nothing to do. So, instead of a $500 seminar, we asked them to explain what they really did.
Well, to start, the real estate seminars we found had one main goal; to make you think that you’re selling stuff. They don’t care if what youre selling is a house or a car. They want you to sign up for a seminar, make a big number, and then walk around a park for a couple of hours.
The fact that the real estate seminars were so boring that they had to include a way for you to sign up for a seminar is a real testament to how much a real estate seminar gets down to: You sign up for the seminar, you get a big number, and then you walk around the park for a couple of hours.
This is exactly what you get when you sign up for a real estate seminar. And if you’re like me and your sister gets you to sign up for a seminar, then you know you’re going to do that. So it’s not exactly the most exciting thing to do, but it’s definitely very exciting to sign up for.