October 27, 2017

Aaron Hendon

Episode 609: 44 surprising ways, with Aaron Hendon

Aaron Hendon is one of the top real estate agents in Seattle, Washington. He and his team bring together a diverse background and history, including transformational leadership, entrepreneurial start-ups, and consistently outperforming the local market, selling homes for over 5 percent more than the local market average. He founded a New York bagel shop in 1989 and 9 years later — sold it with a gross revenue of over $1 million annually. Aaron is currently at work on his next book entitled, “Short Changed by Short Cuts: 44 Surprising Ways People Rip Themselves Off When Buying or Selling Their Home.”

What you’ll learn about in this episode

  • Hiring the right people that will assist in making sound business decisions
  • The importance of creating a system of accountability
  • The value of reading and learning about the Profit First System
  • Why Aaron wrote his latest book, “Short Changed by Short Cuts”
  • One way people short change themselves when buying or selling their home
  • Why consistency is a critical skill to master
  • The power of outworking the competition
  • How seeing employees through their view will change how you treat them
  • The importance of being true to yourself and having integrity
  • The degree of which you can listen to people from where they are is the degree that you can be a contribution to the world

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