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56 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Keller Williams. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Keller Williams, often where they are interviewed.

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56 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Keller Williams. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Keller Williams, often where they are interviewed.

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Real Estate Sessions Rewind – Oglah Gatamah, Operating Principal – Keller Williams Legacy Realty

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As I help the Orlando Fidelity National Title operation, I am introduced to more industry leaders. This week, I have the honor of interviewing Oglah Gatamah, Operating Principal of Keller Willams Legacy Realty. 

Listen in as Oglah shares her story, culminating in becoming the owner of her own KW Market Center after only 3 years in real estate. Culture, service and, passion only begin to describe Oglah’s style.

Sep 29 2020 · 41mins
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Keller Williams

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Artist Keller Williams talks with Michael about growing up in Virginia in the 80s and how that contributed his current sound. In a fun conversation, Keller thanks The Grateful Dead for inspiration and gives a shout out to his high school football team. Tune in to hear more about his technique of using a loop pedal, how he came to be known as the one man jam-band, as well as (of course) what helps him stay human.

https://kellerwilliams.net/

Instagram: @kellerwilliams

Spotify: Keller Williams

Recorded at Floyd Fest in Floyd, VA

Michael’s most recent album ‘Work Hard And Be Nice’ is out now: https://orcd.co/work-hard-and-be-nice

Keep in touch with Michael online: https://michaelfranti.com/

The ‘Stay Human’ podcast is available wherever you listen to podcasts: https://linktr.ee/stayhumanpodcast

PODCAST EPISODE CREDITS:

Produced by: Michael Franti and Activist Artists Management

Production Lead: Angie Griffith

Artist Manager: Caitlin Stone

Management Coordinator: Ashley Dill 

Social Media Manager: Emily Marquis for Coffeehouse Collective

In Partnership with: American Songwriter Podcast Network (Dan Wise, COO)  

Instrumental from: “Crazy For You” by Michael Franti 

Audio Editing by: Anthony Thoen

Sep 22 2020 · 29mins

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912: Former Keller Williams CEO Chris Heller on How AI Will Change Real Estate

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The real estate industry is constantly changing. And now, with COVID-19 impacting consumer behavior, these changes are happening faster than ever before. On today’s podcast with former Keller Williams CEO Chris Heller, we talk about what today’s home buyers want and how artificial intelligence is transforming the home-buying process. Listen and learn what Chris and OJO Labs are doing to change the industry, the role agents will play in tomorrow’s high-tech real estate transactions, and more.

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Jun 22 2020 · 36mins
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Satsang Podcast - Keller Williams

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This episode of the Satsang Podcast has us sitting down with one of my favorite musicians of all time Keller Williams. We chop it about the Grateful Dead, the changing festival scene, the technological advances of music gear, and the importance of having a real good time.

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May 29 2020 · 1hr 7mins

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018: Jay Papasan | Keller Williams and the One Thing

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On this episode – originally released on Build Your Network, Host Travis Chappell interviews Jay Papasan, Vice President, and Executive Editor at Keller Williams Realty, co-author of the Millionaire Real Estate Agent, The Millionaire Real Estate Investor, and The One Thing.

Topics Discussed:

  • You call yourself an author that ventured into the real estate world, talk about why being an author is so important to you.
  • He’s always loved books and he’s an introvert.
  • He worked in bookstores and majored in English.
  • His relationship with Gary Keller started with a writing job.
  • The kids that he fell in with in middle school and high school were all very intellectual and successful.
  • They could hang out with any group.
  • Have those age-old friendships been an escape or a sharpening tool?
  • At first, they were a sharpening tool.
  • His friend group forced him to play up.
  • Talk to us about why you were obsessed with Sherlock Holmes when you were growing up.
  • He’s always been into knowledge and trivia.
  • He loved that Holmes was the ultimate Renaissance man with no limitations.
  • The British Sherlock series is hands down his favorite.
  • Where did you go to college?
  • He grew up in Tennessee and he wanted to get away.
  • He got a full ride to Memphis State and decided to go there.
  • What made you change your major from law?
  • When he went overseas he got the writing bug and went to NYU for English.
  • How important is travel to you?
  • Traveling and backpacking all over Europe completely changed his worldview.
  • They’ve been taking their kids all over the world.
  • What are your favorite places to go?
  • They quit their jobs and spent five months backpacking in Italy.
  • They’ve gone back four times.
  • They like a mix of going to new places and seeing old places they love.
  • Is your comfort with change nature or nurture thing?
  • It’s a mindset thing, we all can open up.
  • If you spend a lot of your days reading books, it’s one of the ways that you can see new worlds through someone else’s eyes.
  • Most writers experience the world passively.
  • Jay read all fiction growing up.
  • What prompted the move out to Austin?
  • When he and his wife got married and quit their jobs, they went to go travel for 5.5 months.
  • On this trip, they debated where they would move.
  • They moved to Austin without visiting any other city.
  • He was freelancing and then he joined a newsletter writing company.
  • This is how he got connected with Keller Williams.
  • He and his wife always had a side-gig.
  • Was having a side-hustle helpful for you in the wealth building stage?
  • Yes, they always planned to bank $1,500 a month.
  • Buying rental property was a result of working for Keller Williams.
  • He interviewed over 120 millionaires and learned that it’s not about income, it’s about investing.
  • Do you think that if you don’t have a side-hustle now you’ll need one when you’re 60?
  • At a certain point, you need to put your eggs in one basket and make things enjoyable for yourself.
  • A side hustle works when you’re employed and you also want to be self-employed.
  • Talk about how important it is to set a goal and then reverse engineer what it takes to get there.
  • If you’re willing to venture out five years and beyond and work backward, it paints a straight line in milestones.
  • Setting goals declutter your thinking and every year gets clearer.
  • You don’t have to be married to your goal from the beginning, you can date it for a while.
  • Nobody’s got a crystal ball, your needs will change based on the moment.
  • Talk about your book The One Thing.
  • People both like and dislike the simplicity of the book.
  • Talk about habit stacking.
  • When you talk about the ultimate disciplined person, those habits didn’t happen overnight.
  • It seems to be the ultimate superpower.
  • What does an average day look like to you?
  • He’s become a morning person and he’s found that time to be incredibly productive.
  • Most days they get up at 5:10 am.
  • They work out with a trainer 3x per week.
  • He reads from 30min to an hour every morning.
  • They have breakfast as a family.
  • They made the decision to have two meals a day as a family, breakfast, and dinner.
  • Before 8 am he looks at what he has time blocked for the day.
  • Talk about the origin of The One Thing and what The One Thing is that you’re trying to get across.
  • The book happened kind of by accident before Lehman Brothers.
  • Gary came back after the weekend with an essay called The Power of One.
  • They spent five years working on the book and they had two full-time researchers working with them.
  • When the recession happened they shifted focus from The One Thing and wrote a book about a shifting market.
  • You need to know what the primary thing is to focus on right now and you should be present.
  • How often do you need to step back and look at your one thing?
  • You get distracted all the time and need to refocus.
  • The rhythm for Jay is weekly.
  • Tell us about the goal-setting retreat.
  • They realized that they needed to get out of their world and reconnect.
  • Last year they offered this as a facilitated workshop.
  • If there’s one tip you have centered around networking, what would it be?
  • Be purposeful, be systematic.
  • Writing a book opened a lot of doors for him, but he needed to be purposeful.
  • For a year he met with one person he didn’t know on Wednesday mornings for coffee with no agenda and then added them to his database.
  • The first year, he did exactly 50.
  • Now he averages about 85 people a year.
  • Do anything, start a podcast.
  • Do you believe that what you know or who you know is more important, and why?
  • Who is first, talent tends to attract more talent.
  • Everything that he built started with a bathroom conversation with Gary Keller.
  • You need to know who you determine wealth for and who are your wealth determiners.
  • Ask yourself who the five people are who determine your success.
  • All the authors you never got to meet are your “dead” mentors, read their books.

The Random Round:

  • What profession other than your own do you think it would be fun to attempt?
  • Coder
  • If you could sit on a park bench with anyone for an hour who would it be, and why?
  • His grandpa Miller.
  • How do you like to consume content?
  • Books, people
  • Give us a glimpse of your morning routine?
  • Get up early
  • Workout
  • Read
  • A lot of time with his wife
  • Eat a meal as a family
  • Visit goals before work
  • What is something that you are not very good at?
  • Small talk
  • What is your go-to pump up song?
  • Sabotage by the Beastie Boys
  • What is one place where we can find you the most?
  • Instagram @jaypapasan

Tweetable Quotes:

  • Reading books is a way to see new worlds through someone else’s eyes.
  • You don’t have to be married to your goal from the beginning, you can date it for a while.
  • Habit stacking seems to be the ultimate superpower.


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May 11 2020 · 1hr 10mins
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EP 82: Keller Williams & Jamie Kilstein

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Andy Frasco & the U.N. have a new album out! We check in with Andy as he shares more insights from The Mushroom Bunker (i.e. his home). On the Interview Hour we welcome back a bright star in a dark night, Keller Williams! He and Andy talk about the future of music in a post-covid world. Dolav has strong feelings about sports. We welcome guest co-host, fellow podcaster & comedian, Jamie Kilstein to close us out this week. It's episode 82 yo.

Follow us on Instagram @worldsavingpodcast

For more information on Andy Frasco, the band and/or the blog, go to: AndyFrasco.com

Check out Andy's new album, "Keep On Keepin' On" on iTunes Spotify 

Don't sleep on Keller! https://kellerwilliams.net/

And tune in to Jamie Kilstein's Podcast jamiekilsteinpodcast.com

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Andy Frasco

Joe Angelhow

Chris Lorentz

Audio mix by Chris Lorentz

Featuring:

Dolav Cohen

Ahri Findling

Arno Bakker 

Apr 28 2020 · 1hr 37mins
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RAM GAD POD - Lisa Teichner, Keller Williams Realty Maui

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Aloha All,


I start this episode (first 9 minutes or so) with a quick Maui County Covid-19 update, then I have an excellent interview with Lisa Teichner, Team Leader and Business Strategist at Keller Williams Realty Maui. Lisa is a wealth of knowledge and experience, and she shares a lot of great tips and insights on how to cope with this shifting market in this interview. If you are a realtor, especially if you are a newer realtor, this is an episode you should definitely listen to. 


Here are links to a few things referenced in the episode:

-Maui Time Covid 19 Updates: https://mauitime.com/maui-county-corona-virus-updates/

-Mayor Victorino's Public Health Emergency Rules: https://www.mauicounty.gov/DocumentCenter/View/121453/County-of-Maui---Public-Health-Emergency-Rules?bidId=

- State Covid 19 page: https://hawaiicovid19.com/

- Shift: How Top Real Estate Agents Tackle Tough Times: https://www.amazon.com/Shift-Estate-Agents-Tackle-Tough/dp/0071605266

Mar 19 2020 · 1hr 9mins
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Karl Wulf, Karl Wulf - Keller Williams Edge Realty

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On episode three of Members of the Chamber we are joined by Karl Wulf.

Early in his real estate career, we talk to Karl about how he has found success starting out, things to consider when buying or selling a home and his frequent appearances on home renovation shows.

 Members of the Chamber was created thanks to the strong support of Piper Foods and the podcast is fuelled by McCafé! Episode three of the podcast is presented by the UPS Savings Program.

Mar 04 2020 · 25mins
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SOTM 38: Keller Williams Announces Big Changes at Family Reunion 2020

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With Keller Williams Family Reunion 2020 now complete, several sources are reporting on big changes announced during the event. On today’s State of the Market, Aaron Amuchastegui chats with Paul Morris, a member of KW’s leadership team, about changes to the company’s profit-share program, reports of KW losing agents four months in a row, and more. Other stories covered include builders reporting the best January since the crash and Jeff Bezos’ purchase of a $165 million mansion.

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Feb 19 2020 · 33mins
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Episode 92: Keller Williams

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This episode features the wildly versatile singer/songwriter/musician Keller Williams, who comes right out the gate with enthusiastic tales from his experiences with his family seeing theater on Broadway. Williams was on the heels of having just released three records (ADD, SANS and SPEED) and he shares insight about each, particularly SPEED, his third with the spirited acoustic musicians Larry and Jenny Keel. Before the first of three exclusive performances, Keller gets inspired to read the lyrics of (and tell the story behind) a piece he is working on in honor of Col. Bruce Hampton. The ever-chatty and opinionated Williams dishes on a variety of topics, and we hear a bunch of music from his performance at Terminal West in Atlanta 12.28.19.

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Feb 14 2020 · 1hr 54mins
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