Business Tips: Luis Ortiz, Real Estate Lead Generation & First Jobs | #AskGaryVee Episode 221

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Awesome Tip: Luis Ortiz, Real Estate Lead Generation & First Jobs | #AskGaryVee Episode 221



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#QOTD: How many people are doing or working on something they already know doesn’t make them happy and they convince themselves they should stay for the sake of security?

#TIMESTAMPS:
8:46 – How do you balance professionalism & personality (especially since you are both so high energy)?
11:28 – How do you overcome objections based on perceived lack of experience, looking young, and people doubting your ability?
15:10 – What is the single best way you have found to get leads besides referrals?
17:33 – What’s your ‘major key’?
19:56 – How many jobs have you had before being super successful and how has it helped you now?

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Comments

#QOTD: Me, and I have to change that.

Great show and Luis was a blast of a guest you chose.

Luis PLEEEASE start a vlog, or get your Insta back. anything 🙂

moon flower says:

Luis has the biggest EGO on the planet.its so unattractive

This is great! Watch our Property reviews of latest apartments, villas and townhouses in Dubai!

Armin Trepic says:

In motion and reflective at all times = SENSORY ACUITY. Super hard skill, but super useful

Nacho Cheese says:

I want to become a broker in New York, I’m not an American
So can someone explain how someone like me can become a broker in New York,
The visa and everything, I’m planning to come to New York as a student.

Motion Meditation. Usually people refer to it during sports like running, but it makes sense with what you are saying Gary. Meditate in parallel with your speed. In motion and reflective.

I don't know if you will get this response Gary (timestamp around 19:57) but I believe the answer to your question on meditating and living at the same time is called Kundalini Yoga

Robert S. says:

Can we get him back on? I would like to know what he’s up to now and really liked this interview.

You too need to absolutely keep this partnership. As individuals you guys are more than inspiring but watching two people online the way that you do I honestly feel that when it comes to motivation, success and connection to your audience that you guys together can’t be beat. I say that because I’ve been watching your videos for years and I have always loved them but this one right here inspires me so much but I have to say something. This is my micro version of social proof.

Chas Bruns says:

“You drank a lot of wine?”…”Yes”…”Good” lol

Willian AC says:

8:14 his face was priceless

Jack R says:

this had nothing to do with title

Love Luis! Thank you both!

Random, anyone know where I can get a desk this color/pattern? Love it.

You interrupted him, at a critical point, he had set his explanation up, you cut him off. You then spoke about you, how you felt. You state we are either going up or going down and you didn’t get why?. It’s main stream psychology we are not conscious of. Sad you cut cut him off, learn not to do that, as the discussion was interesting.

Moe Younas says:

You have a fucking guest on your fucking show, let him talk, jackass. Stupid shit. If you like hearing yourself talk that much then dont ask the guest to come on your show.
First time came on this channel and not coming back any time soon
SMH

Monica Duluc says:

What a great video.Really good tips on overcoming stumbling blocks and hang ups that come with being an agent. Looking at the age or experience rejection from a passionate angle and trying to prove and overcome that way is great advice.

Really loved watching this! Luis you are an inspiration as a realtor AND traveler! Plus I also love cold calling

TiMMsY says:

They should get married xD jk jk

Me! Supply management planner for John Deere. It was amazing for the first 4-5 years then got boring. Wasn’t fulfilling anymore. Now I’m on the search!!

Awesome video! That parallel meditation concept is amazing!

On the topic of being inexperienced , is it beneficial or detrimental to expose that? Specifically, as a realtor. Should you mention it in your Facebook bio that you’re a new realtor, just starting out, but will work as hard you can to achieve your client’s goals?

illwizil777 says:

You Mean Baguga?? LOL!

D Lo says:

I love that Luis asks that question of the day at the end 23:01 when he's technically doing the same thing – real estate. Many people don't realize that Luis is not retired and he did NOT leave real estate. He still keeps his name in Douglas Elliman in NY and he has his team and making money from the agents working under him. Don't think that this guy had the "courage" to quit working altogether and just travel and live "not knowing what he's gonna do next"..

Great fucking interview. Best line: “Any thing that I do, I have to be obsess about”. That’s so me man. Glad to know I am not the only one.

safa saleh says:

These two just click so well I hope he invites him back .

Gary and Luis! You both inspire me and my friends to go for what we want in life.  I recently left my management job with USA Today Network to work for my MBA and become an entrepreneur as a realtor and create my online business/media company.  I've worked for Madison Square Garden, Viacom (MTV, MTV2, etc.), NBCUniversal , and I've done door to door sales earlier in my career.  Throughout my career I've seen plenty of people work to get a higher position and have more security.  Do they love it? I don't believe they do but they settle with it. I'm someone who can't settle with a job that only pays the bills and gives me little satisfaction.  Plus I enjoy doing work that benefits myself instead of someone else's wallet.  I've had people tell me over the past 10 years I can't work in this company or that company or try this out but I've proven them wrong.  Gary, your words" Stop Bit##ing and Fu##ing do it," inspired me to move forward and I saved some money and got away from the 9-5 job to pursue real estate but it will not stop there.  I hope one day to be a guest on your show Gary.  Thank you for all the knowledge you provide in your content everyday.

He was just about to tell you his discovery after telling what’s was happening to him, and you cut him off and told get m your experience. Mist a great opportunity.

How is that thing of real time meditation? Isn't it in conflict with the notion of flow?

I have been on this journey to learn what I need to know to bring my business online. I see all of these men and I'm not saying your not amazing because you are I watch you every day. My question is where are the women? Better yet who are the women crashing it and if there aren't any women why not? FYI Iris is my fav….

What a great interview.. I am a real estate agent in Chicago, so far my first year.. Absolutely love it…However I just came out of the job I was holding myself in for a long period of time. thanks for the interview again

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