#036 - My guest on this week's podcast is John Marion, a Realtor with Re/Max Town and Country in the Atlanta, Georgia area. He provides great insights on how to set yourself apart from the crowd and stand out in the real estate market.John comes to the real estate profession from a vastly different background. Listen to learn about his story. He also shares ideas on how to be true to yourself, why your should invest in real estate, and how to stand out from the crowd. Have business in the Canton/Atlanta Georgia area or a referral for John? You can reach him at 703-371-9548 and firstname.lastname@example.org. Also visit his website johnmarion.com.Also be sure to check out John's podcast, Agent on DutyReady to kick your career into high gear? Download my free resource, 5 Sources of Business To Jump Start Your Career.While you're hear, please leave a review of the podcast. It would be a big help! Thank you.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/unsalesperson)
To start off, Jake and Dan (00:40) offer predictions about some local news stories before making their Super Bowl picks. Then, Dan catches up with John Marion (41:50), executive director of Common Cause RI, about the latest developments related to the 2020 Census and what it means for Rhode Island.
Radio Beacon - Episode 1 - John Marion & Galen Auer
First (0:00), Dan Kittredge (Cranston Herald), Jacob Marrocco (Johnston Sun Rise) and Tyger Allen (Warwick Beacon) give a quick rundown of the bigger stories of the week. Then (9:14), Dan, Jacob, Tyger and John Howell (Warwick Beacon) sit down with John Marion and Galen Auer of Common Cause RI. Lastly (32:03), Alex Sponseller provides updates for the athletic teams in the area.
John Marion (Executive Director, Common Cause Rhode Island
The Bartholomewtown Podcast (RIpodcast.com)
John Marion is the Executive Director of Common Cause Rhode Island, a nonpartisan public interest organization that was founded in 1970, and whose mission is to quote promote representative democracy by ensuring open, ethical, accountable, effective government processes at local, state and national levels by educating and mobilizing the citizens of Rhode Island.During our wide-ranging conversation, John and I discussed several pressing issues facing Rhode Islanders, including the consequences of an undercount in the 2020 census, modernizing the state’s elections and his assessment of change agents in the state’s General Assembly.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bartholomewtown?fan_landing=true)