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066: Agent-to-Agent Referrals with Gary Rogers

NAR’s Center for REALTOR® Development

Gary Rogers knows a thing or two about networking. The saying might be overdone but it is true: Your network is your net worth. But, did you know a lot of REALTORS® do networking the wrong way? Instead of trying to spin your wheels, here’s how you can leverage agent-to-agent referrals that create a collaborative relationship with you and your colleagues and not a competitive one. The ripple effects are immense. Gary shares his expert tips in this month’s episode! [1:30] Gary Rogers is very intentional in networking with the goal of giving and receiving referrals. How do you become a great resource? Gary has some advice for you. [3:55] Gary shares his overview process for finding agents and why referrals are important to him. [4:40] He explains further on referrals as a true business source and shares some of his own experiences. [7:20] How do we meet or find these agents? Gary shares some tips on how to be an agent someone wants to refer. [11:40] When considering someone for a referral, what kind of criteria do you look for? Gary shares his insights. [13:21] Taking the time to interview the client, knowing what’s important to them; always works in matching them with the right agent. [16:15] In rural areas where there are not a lot of agents, what are some of the ways to get good referrals? Gary shares more tips. [19:50] Getting the right agent with the right expertise comes in handy. It sets the right expectations from both the agent and the client. [20:55] Gary is currently working on a project for residential agents wanting to move into commercial and shares a sneak peek of what’s in store with that. [21:35] Referrals don’t need to be from across the country. Gary also talks about how to get great local referral opportunities. [35:15] Has Gary ever been in a situation where he made a bad fit? What did he do in that situation? [39:10] Gary talks about how early-career agents should be reaching out to get referrals and why it is very important. [42:55] How can you market yourself and get your name out there? Gary tells his story of traveling for classes and meeting agents in that way. [46:10] Making the effort to go to the sources goes a long way in marketing yourself. There’s a two-way street in referrals. [47:05] Gary shares more tips on how we market ourselves. What should you put on your website to attract your market? [52:25] Gary also talks about business cards and how we can make use of them more effectively when we network. [57:30] Sending referrals vs drawing more income. Gary closes the episode sharing his key principles. Tweetables: “What do we look for when we network or look for an agent? We’re looking for some commonality, either between us or more importantly between the receiving agent and the client.” — Gary “Even if you’re an introvert, you become an extrovert the minute you put your REALTOR® hat on.” — Gary “If you really do think how we’re supposed to help each other, what better way than drive referrals back and forth.” — Gary “Focusing on sending out referrals pays off quicker and is more sure because you have a trusted audience.” — Gary Guest Links: Gary Rogers Refergary.com Inrealtygroup.com LinkedIn Examples of Social Media for Agents: Tiktok.com/@itsthatrealestatechick Tiktok.com/@amybartoncotney Instagram.com/sweethomeauburnal Refercyndee.com: (Linktr.ee/cyndeehaydon) Host Information: Monica Neubauer Speaker/Podcaster/REALTOR® Monica@MonicaNeubauer.com MonicaNeubauer.com FranklinTNBlog.com Monica’s Facebook Page Facebook.com/Monica.Neubauer Instagram Instagram.com/MonicaNeubauerSpeaks Guest Bio: Gary Rogers has been a REALTOR® for over 30 years. During that time, he has served in various roles in the association, including State President, NAR RVP, and NAR Director. In 2018, he chaired the Meeting and Conference Committee. He is currently serving as a Director of the REALTOR® Relief Foundation, 2021 NAR Director, and will be the Chair of the 2022 NAR Leadership Academy. He was the 2005 REALTOR® of the Year for his state and has been awarded Distinguished Service awards by both his local board, GBAR, as well as the Massachusetts Association of REALTORS®. Gary is the broker-owner of RE/MAX On The Charles in Waltham Massachusetts

1hr 1min

3 Jan 2022

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FCA RADIO- Gary Rogers. President of Integrity Hockey League sponsored by FCA

FCA+: Sport and Faith Media

Published: September 11th,2021


21 Oct 2021

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Extratime.com Podcast - Season 9 - Episode 18 - Gary Rogers - Stephanie Roche - Ireland Preview

The Extratime.com Podcast

⚽Gary Rogers talks Dundalk / Rovers rivalry 🇮🇪 We look ahead to  Ireland v Azerbajan 🏆Stephanie Roche on the Evoke.ie FAI Cup Semi-Finals💯 and surviving Special Forces Ultimate Hell Week!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/extratimecom)


7 Oct 2021

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Projection, Inflection, and Enthusiasm: How to Become a Charismatic Speaker with Gary Rogers (America’s Leading Public Speaking Skills Coach)


In episode 67, Gary Rogers breaks down how to be a great public speaker and why it is such a common fear for most of us. Gary is America’s leading Public Speaking Skills Coach. He has over 40 years of experience helping leaders at organizations like Procter and Gamble and Coca-Cola improve their communication. In this episode, we cover the consequences of not being a good communicator and how this can impact your career in the long run. Tune in for tips on gaining confidence to become an effective speaker, both in person and virtually.


16 Sep 2021

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LOI Central 2021 Ep 19 with Gary Rogers

LOI Central

Well whaddya know, ahead of another big week in Europe, we were joined by the well travelled Gary Rogers who dropped by to tell us about Zoom calls in Vienna, the impact of off field distractions and who his favourite keeper is right now. Chief bottle washer Dan McDonnell talked to the Dundalk camp ahead of their Estonian battle while the other half of the odd couple chipped in with his thoughts on the boy Devoy and what comes next for Bohs. It's a jam sambo packed episode 19 filled with all cup ties and European fondu with a big fat pizza question to boot . It's just a bit weird that no one mentioned this weeks Bob Dylan livestream event, but that's football...(and now you know who wrote this weeks pod description)

1hr 10mins

22 Jul 2021

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Gary Rogers & Ollie Horgan

Final Whistle League of Ireland

This week on the show we revisit the ongoing troubles at Dundalk FC with their former goalkeeper Gary Rogers while Ollie Horgan pops in to talk about his high flying Harps side ahead of yet another north west derby against table toppers Sligo Rovers this weekend. First though former favourite at the Showgrounds, Alan Keane has to try and hide the smile as he chats about Sligo Rover's (0:15) return to the summit of Irish football with a hard fought 1-0 victory against Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght on Monday.Alan and Breifne look back over the action from both divisions of the SSE Airtricity League this weekend with a double round of fixtures in the top flight (1:32). Top of the discussion was Shamrock Rovers losing their unbeaten record in Oriel Park on Friday, Dundalk themselves being haunted by former striker Georgie Kelly's hat-trick in Dalymount on Monday and Finn Harps late turn around to bring all three points back from Waterford.Former Dundalk & Sligo netminder Gary Rogers (15:57) tells us all about his retirement, his new scouting role and the developments that led to his decision to hang up the boots at the end of last season.He discusses the souring of the high performance environment at Oriel Park in recent times, how there was no firm offer to stay at Oriel Park in a coaching capacity and the opportunity to depart the game on his terms, at a high point with FAI Cup success and Premier League opposition in the Europa League.Despite a ridiculous schedule of a Monday night trip to Waterford, teaching on Tuesday and training again on Tuesday evening, Finn Harps boss Ollie Horgan (34:39) drops in to the show to share his thoughts on the impressive season so far for the Donegal side. He discusses the improved performances from his squad and some big milestones including the club's first victory in the Brandywell over near neighbours Derry City.Alan (50:41) also takes a look through the full set of fixtures set for this weekend's final round before the Mid Season break next week.


26 May 2021

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The Press Box - Gary Rogers special

The Press Box

In this special edition of The Press Box we chat to Gary Rogers about his recent retirement, his 20 year career and get his views ahead of the start of the new SSE Airtricity League Premier Division season including his thoughts on his replacement in the Dundalk number one jersey, Alessio Abibi.


19 Mar 2021

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Second Shot All American Podcast, Episode 6: Gary Rogers

Second Shot All American Podcast

Please join us for our conversation with Gary Rogers who is an assistant golf coach at Elder High School and caddie master at Western Hills Country Club.


8 Mar 2021

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Gary Rogers, Dean of Medicine, Deakin University, Australia

The Health Design Podcast

Professor Gary D. Rogers is a health professions educational leader, public health researcher and GP with a focus on HIV medicine. He commenced as Professor and Dean of the School of Medicine at Deakin University in June 2020. Immediately prior to joining Deakin, he was Professor of Medical Education and Deputy Head of School (Learning & Teaching) at the Griffith University School of Medicine, as well as undertaking clinical work in the Infectious Diseases Unit at Gold Coast University Hospital. Gary gained his medical degree from the University of Adelaide 1984. In the early 1990s, he formulated and led an interprofessional primary health care team focused on HIV care and prevention in the city of Adelaide. Whist still in full-time clinical practice, he undertook the Monash University Master of General Practice Psychiatry in order to gain the skills he needed to support the survivors of the HIV pandemic following the implementation of effective treatment for the condition in the 1996. In the mid-2000s he completed a PhD in public health utilising a health inequity framework and then worked for two years across the 21 Pacific Island countries and territories in HIV care mentorship and sexual health promotion. Since joining Griffith University in 2008, Gary’s scholarly work has focused on health professional education. He is a former President of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE) and continues to serve on the Association’s Fellowship Committee. He was a member of the Executive Committee of AMEE, the international association for health professional education, from 2013 to 2019. In 2017, he was recognised as a Principal Fellow of the global Higher Education Academy. Gary’s current research focuses on the affective learning associated with the acquisition of professional and interprofessional values among health students.


23 Sep 2020

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59. Redefining Masculinity to Build Better Fathers - Gary Rogers

A Handful of Hope

We cover:* The 1924 Parallel* Finding good in bad times* Why no one is disqualified from their purposeAnd much moreGary Rogers was born and grew to adulthood in small town on the Texas Gulf Coast . He was blessed to be raised by an extraordinary Father and loving Mother – and he thought it was all so normal. However, he would eventually learn that far too many were deprived of the childhood they deserve. As a young man he left College and went to live in the inner city of Brooklyn NY. There he came face to face with the ravages of poverty and the crime, drugs, and violence that poverty begets. He observed the damage that ensues when children are deprived of the love and protection of a father.After 45 years of marriage and the raising of 3 amazing children, he would become convinced that he had the responsibility to share what he had been given with those who were denied a healthy relationship with a father. It is that thought that was the genesis of his writing and speaking career. In his writings, he seeks to share his rich life experiences for the benefit of everyone. The blessing of family, the experiences of life, and the hard times he has walked through have all blended to forge a perspective which he shares with his readers. His is a perspective that views the difficult seasons of life as positive, transformative events. He has a passion to inspire authenticity in men, equip women and men with workable life skills, and enable a healthy culture of fatherhood. He is inspired to empower modern men to become respected, valued, and authentically masculine and to demonstrate how society will benefit when they do.Stay connected with Gary:Website: RethinkingFatherhood.comFacebook: Rethinking FatherhoodLinkedIn: Gary D RogersInstagram: @rethinkingfatherhood Catch up on past conversations as well as see the entire lineup of contributors at the "A Handful of Hope" website:https://jessebrisendine.lpages.co/a-handful-of-hope


16 Jun 2020