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Hal Elrod
#1 best-selling author of The Miracle Morning
"I got to know Jimmy when I was a guest on his podcast, and I love the way he taps into the brightest minds to help others succeed. Morning routines are crucial to success and in this book you get a peek into and are able to copy those exact routines from all the top successful agents in the country. There's no way you study these habits and routines and don't improve dramatically."
Bill Pipes
Head Trainer at the Tom Ferry Organization
"This Book will play a major role in any agent's life that decides to read. The commitment to find ways to bring value in others' lives shows in the content of this book. I strongly suggest that any agent, no matter where they are at in their business, studies this book so they too can find the success that these agents have found in their own careers."
Sean Whalen
Best-selling author + CEO of Lions Not Sheep
"I started my professional career in real estate, and what I wouldn't have given for a book like this! I had to learn all the lessons on my own, which cost me a lot of time and money. I've known Jimmy personally for ten years now, he's my friend and my realtor, and I can tell you that if you copy what he is doing, you going to have a badass life and be able help many people."
Dan Clark
Hall of Fame Speaker + Author
"Jimmy Rex and this book will change your life. Jimmy illuminates the timeless sales and leadership truths that he lives every day. As you read this transformational masterpiece, you'll realize that what makes these agents extraordinary at every level is not just their hard work but their understanding that we don't learn to know, we learn to do; our glass is not half empty or half full--it's refillable; and we don't attract who we want, we attract who we are, we attract what we believe we deserve in a friend and in a realtor."
The Next Wave...
I’ll never forget my first day as a real estate agent, way back in 2005.

I was so excited to get started, feeling like an adult for the first time. I approached the owner/broker of the little ma-and-pop shop I had chosen to hang my license with. I only had one question:

 “Where do I get started?!” 

The broker looked at me like I was the first person to ever have such a question. He was running a flip business, a mortgage company, and a real estate company, and I don’t think he had ever taken on a brand-new agent before.
I was less than a minute into my real estate career, and immediately I knew one thing: my broker had no idea what to tell me.

After stumbling around, he told me to find a white page and just start calling anyone I could get ahold of to buy real estate. I knew this was less than effective, so instead I spent the next three days typing up and hand addressing letters to everyone I had ever come across: my mom and dad’s friends, my neighbors growing up, and all of my high school friends’ parents. 

Six months later, with very little training and no real idea where my next deal would come from, 

I was about to get out of the business.

I had entered real estate with high hopes but no idea what to expect. I had chosen a company based off of a relationship and not a training program.

I was broke, exhausted, and looking for the next chapter of my life. 

Thankfully, I found a mentor shortly after that, a man named Bill Pipes. 
Bill has been my mentor since that day and my personal real estate coach since 2010. After attending a seminar that Bill was hosting, I went on a rampage, selling home after home. 

At the end of my first full year, I had closed sixty properties.

The next year I went on to sell ninety-eight, and my career took off. 
I was one of the lucky ones. I found my mentor and somebody to help me succeed in the business. 

But over 80 percent of real estate agents who get their license don’t end up renewing it two years later.

This is an astounding number considering the months of classes and studying it takes to get your license in the first place.

What I wouldn’t have to have this book when I first started out as a realtor at age twenty-three, all those years ago. 

For this reason, I decided to put together this book. 

I wanted to create a resource, a real estate agent’s bible so to speak, that any new agent could look at and have to give themselves endless ideas and expectations of what it takes to succeed in this business. 

Who better to deliver the information than one hundred of your most successful peers? 

Not twenty-year veterans of the business who have Rolodexes with half the town. 

Young millennials, hustling just like you are. 

The agents in this book were carefully recruited to be a part of the project. We wanted millennials (born in 1980 or later), and we wanted agents that were dominating in their marketplace. 

This project took a little over a year to complete, mostly because I was running my own real estate team at the same time. 

Rather than making a training manual with just my own experiences, I decided that it would be much more useful to gather information from different areas of the country.

Because of my quick success, I was given opportunities that most agents could never dream of.
I have been lucky to have been mentored from people like Dean Graziosi, Mike Ferry, Tony Robbins, Tim Ferris and Brendan Burchard just to name a few and I wanted to find the best way possible to get this opportunity into every agents hands.

When I was being mentored by Mike Ferry, the most invaluable thing I was ever involved in was a group that Mike put together called The Top Producers. 

This special group was about one hundred agents from all over the country who would come together once a quarter in a different city and share all of their knowledge and expertise with the rest of the group. 

To qualify to even be a part of the group, you had to sell more than seventy-five homes per year. 

The reason the group was so powerful is because everybody came with an abundance mindset. They shared the real information that was causing them to succeed. Getting outside of our own markets, we weren’t afraid to open up and share different ideas and marketing techniques that we used to become top agents.

I used to walk away from those meetings feeling like the luckiest person alive.

As I began to think about this book and what I wanted it to be about, I realized that I wanted to create a written version of The Top Producers. 

I chose the seven questions that I asked each agent because I thought about the seven questions I would have wanted answered when I was starting out. 

How do we get this thing going?

What was the first deal you ever did? 

This is so helpful to agents who are starting out because a typical experience is much like mine, where you have no idea where to even start.
From there I wanted to see how successful agents plan out their day. I believe success leaves clues, so I wanted to see what the best in the industry did to plan their day. 

I also wanted to know how many of these agents were buying their own real estate and how often they were doing it. Too often we assume everyone else has it all figured out; we feel like we are behind. What this question showed me and what it will hopefully show you is that slow and steady wins the race. Most agents don’t have fifty investment properties. Most buy one and sometimes two per year and steadily grow their portfolio over a long career. 

One of the hardest things as a newer agent is feeling like everyone is succeeding but you. Because of this, I wanted to know how these other agents were failing. I think it is important for new agents to see that it isn’t all roses for the veteran agents either. I know a lot of new agents see how I work now, and all the vacations I go on, and they think that is normal. I want them to see what it took to get to this place: the decade of pain and suffering and calling prospects every single morning for hour after hour; the ability to get rejected forty times in a morning, knowing that each no eventually would lead to that one yes. 

This book wouldn’t be complete and wouldn’t serve the purpose I want it to without a section on marketing and social media. This is the part of the book that reminds me of those Top Producer seminars a decade ago, when I would learn from Chris Heller how to attract hundreds of leads per month, or from Joan Pate, a legend in the industry for the past forty years. 

What I hope you get from this section of the book is realizing that there are so many avenues to attract leads. 

There is no silver bullet; you simply find a method that works to get ahold of a lot of people, and then do it over and over again. 

I know this book can create a place for you to go to get inspired, to learn new methods and habits of success, and ultimately to set you on a path so that you can have a job worth having, a business worth owning, and a life worth living. Thanks for letting me be your millennial mentor.

Much love and success, Jimmy Rex, “The Social Realtor
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  • How do they organize your day, and why do they do it that way?
  • What is their personal investment strategy with real estate? What does their real estate portfolio look like?
  • ​Tell about a time they failed; what did they learn from that failure?
  • ​What is their favorite marketing strategy that has served you better than anything else?
  • ​What is the one piece of advice they think of any time they face adversity?
  • ​What’s one final golden nugget or piece of advice that they would tell all aspiring millennial real estate agents?
  • What was their very first real estate deal?
  • How do they organize your day, and why do they do it that way?
  • What is their personal investment strategy with real estate? What does their real estate portfolio look like?
  • ​Tell about a time they failed; what did they learn from that failure?
  • ​What is their favorite marketing strategy that has served you better than anything else?
  • ​What is the one piece of advice they think of any time they face adversity?
  • ​What’s one final golden nugget or piece of advice that they would tell all aspiring millennial real estate agents?
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SAMPLE OF THE BOOK - FROM MEDIUM
How to Organize Your Day - Advice from Top Real Estate Agents
Alejandra Charest
I organize my days in advance. My appointments are usually made days in advance. If something comes up last minute, I’ll just put it on my schedule. Every day is different because I have two children under two.

If I have appointments, I’m fortunate enough to have family members who live in town. My mom is retired, so I can drop them off at her home.

My mother-in-law takes care of my kids every Thursday. Every Thursday, I try to pack in as much as possible because I know that I am covered all day. If anything comes up last minute, I take them to my mom’s house and I’ll either show a house or do a listing presentation.
Isabel Affinito
I start my day by going to a 6:30 a.m. CrossFit session Monday through Thursday. My gym is my biggest single source of business. I go in the morning so I can start the day on a positive note. Also, I never know where my afternoon is going to go, so I’ve learned if I don’t go in the morning, I’m probably not going.

After my workout, I have a pretty leisurely morning routine that usually takes about two hours. It involves drinking coffee and snuggling in bed with my dog and my husband. I also plan out my day in a paper journal. I time block my day on paper, do a “Top 5,” and write out some things I’m grateful for. It takes up one page of a small notebook.

Journaling has been transformative for me. When I skip it, I feel completely out of control of my day. I find that when I sit down and put on paper what I’m going to get done that day, it puts the day in perspective, and I actually get it done.

Typically, my Top 5 will include a workout and prospecting. That leaves room for only three other important things I can get done. Those might be one listing appointment, one buyer tour, and one small time block for admin tasks. When you really sit down and look at it, there’s not nearly as much time in the day as it feels like there is in the morning.
Ryan
Kane
I am the free spirit of the group. Basically, I am a 50 percent partner in our group for the Drakulich Kane Real Estate Group of RE/MAX professionals, and the other 50 percent is the husband and wife team. The husband is my best friend since middle school. We basically set our team up five years ago when we moved to RE/MAX and set up the team where we specialize in our roles. I do nothing but buyers.

My business partner J.D., he’s the exact opposite. He’s all listings. His wife acts as our marketer, bookkeeper, organizer, and team leader.

What we’ve built allows me to be that free spirit that I like to be and not be as organized. I’m the only guy on my team. I keep a calendar on the wall in the office, but that’s it. I don’t have a calendar on my phone. I keep everything in my head. I just keep the energy flow going and stay creative and keep relationships going and take things on as they come as the buyer will send. That’s the polar opposite of my business partner, which is why we’re good partners. J.D. is super organized, super calendar-based, and scheduling meetings and getting through his phone calls is all systematized and system-driven, and he’s just done that better than anyone in our office.

When we started to decide our roles, we all took a personality test, a pretty detailed one, and found out what our strong suits are and kind of show our roles based on that. So, just being a buyer’s agent, it’s a little more of a, kind of a social butterfly type. Doesn’t want to be in the office, looking at his calls and this and that. So I get to do what I like to do. J.D. thrives in what he does.
Keithan Jones
I just go with the flow. If I have plans, if I have appointments, I might drop them in my phone. I have a notebook that I carry around and it’s got everything in it, and I take pictures of the pages or whatever so in case it ever gets forgotten, I have it. I work with whatever works best for the client. If the client says they need me at this date and time, I’m always available. Just don’t double-book.

In the morning it’s gym, breakfast, lead generation. You know, health and body first. And then getting ready and going to work and following up with clients. Seeing what’s going on in the real estate world, who’s having open houses today. Are there any seminars that I can attend? See what the Board of Realtors has going on. Everything real estate. Looking at the markets, seeing if new houses have come up.
Beth McCloskey
I try to prioritize getting all my calls in. Prospecting calls are in the morning, and then in the afternoon I try to make appointments. I always start my day off with some sort of devotional or something to help me with my mindset, then I try to get to the gym or at least just outside for a walk. I try to get a lot of my emails flushed out in the morning. If something needs attention right away, I get that done so I have my emails kind of cleaned out, and then I try to schedule most of my appointments midday to early afternoon so that I can get on the phone again in the later evening, but it doesn’t always work that way. You learn to just go with the flow. I always try to at least block out a certain number of hours a week for dialing, and touching base with new prospects.
SAMPLE OF THE BOOK - FROM MEDIUM
How to Organize Your Day - Advice from Top Real Estate Agents
Alejandra Charest
I organize my days in advance. My appointments are usually made days in advance. If something comes up last minute, I’ll just put it on my schedule. Every day is different because I have two children under two.

If I have appointments, I’m fortunate enough to have family members who live in town. My mom is retired, so I can drop them off at her home.

My mother-in-law takes care of my kids every Thursday. Every Thursday, I try to pack in as much as possible because I know that I am covered all day. If anything comes up last minute, I take them to my mom’s house and I’ll either show a house or do a listing presentation.
Isabel Affinito
I start my day by going to a 6:30 a.m. CrossFit session Monday through Thursday. My gym is my biggest single source of business. I go in the morning so I can start the day on a positive note. Also, I never know where my afternoon is going to go, so I’ve learned if I don’t go in the morning, I’m probably not going.

After my workout, I have a pretty leisurely morning routine that usually takes about two hours. It involves drinking coffee and snuggling in bed with my dog and my husband. I also plan out my day in a paper journal. I time block my day on paper, do a “Top 5,” and write out some things I’m grateful for. It takes up one page of a small notebook.

Journaling has been transformative for me. When I skip it, I feel completely out of control of my day. I find that when I sit down and put on paper what I’m going to get done that day, it puts the day in perspective, and I actually get it done.

Typically, my Top 5 will include a workout and prospecting. That leaves room for only three other important things I can get done. Those might be one listing appointment, one buyer tour, and one small time block for admin tasks. When you really sit down and look at it, there’s not nearly as much time in the day as it feels like there is in the morning.
Ryan
Kane
I am the free spirit of the group. Basically, I am a 50 percent partner in our group for the Drakulich Kane Real Estate Group of RE/MAX professionals, and the other 50 percent is the husband and wife team. The husband is my best friend since middle school. We basically set our team up five years ago when we moved to RE/MAX and set up the team where we specialize in our roles. I do nothing but buyers.

My business partner J.D., he’s the exact opposite. He’s all listings. His wife acts as our marketer, bookkeeper, organizer, and team leader.

What we’ve built allows me to be that free spirit that I like to be and not be as organized. I’m the only guy on my team. I keep a calendar on the wall in the office, but that’s it. I don’t have a calendar on my phone. I keep everything in my head. I just keep the energy flow going and stay creative and keep relationships going and take things on as they come as the buyer will send. That’s the polar opposite of my business partner, which is why we’re good partners. J.D. is super organized, super calendar-based, and scheduling meetings and getting through his phone calls is all systematized and system-driven, and he’s just done that better than anyone in our office.

When we started to decide our roles, we all took a personality test, a pretty detailed one, and found out what our strong suits are and kind of show our roles based on that. So, just being a buyer’s agent, it’s a little more of a, kind of a social butterfly type. Doesn’t want to be in the office, looking at his calls and this and that. So I get to do what I like to do. J.D. thrives in what he does.
Keithan Jones
I just go with the flow. If I have plans, if I have appointments, I might drop them in my phone. I have a notebook that I carry around and it’s got everything in it, and I take pictures of the pages or whatever so in case it ever gets forgotten, I have it. I work with whatever works best for the client. If the client says they need me at this date and time, I’m always available. Just don’t double-book.

In the morning it’s gym, breakfast, lead generation. You know, health and body first. And then getting ready and going to work and following up with clients. Seeing what’s going on in the real estate world, who’s having open houses today. Are there any seminars that I can attend? See what the Board of Realtors has going on. Everything real estate. Looking at the markets, seeing if new houses have come up.
Beth McCloskey
I try to prioritize getting all my calls in. Prospecting calls are in the morning, and then in the afternoon I try to make appointments. I always start my day off with some sort of devotional or something to help me with my mindset, then I try to get to the gym or at least just outside for a walk. I try to get a lot of my emails flushed out in the morning. If something needs attention right away, I get that done so I have my emails kind of cleaned out, and then I try to schedule most of my appointments midday to early afternoon so that I can get on the phone again in the later evening, but it doesn’t always work that way. You learn to just go with the flow. I always try to at least block out a certain number of hours a week for dialing, and touching base with new prospects.
Operation Underground Railroad
The most important part of the book and why you are here today is this reason... 

I am helping my dear friend Tim Ballard in his fight to end child trafficking.

I have been apart of his organization for 5 years now called Operation Underground Railroad. Through efforts of Tim and this team, we have been able to save the lives of thousands of children that were at the time being sex trafficked, from all over the world.
 
I've personally been able to be on 11 of these operations undercover as bait to capture these very evil men and women. I've been able to watch first hand the rescue of 100+ children that were saved on these operations. 

A large portion (25% Of All Sales) of every book sale goes to O.U.R and goes to fight for freedom of thousands of children that are need of help.

You are getting this book for FREE and I will still donate that same portion for every single book and with your help, we can join O.U.R and continue the fight to end child trafficking.
What is
Every Book Sold - Portion Will Go To Operation Underground Railroad
Operation Underground Railroad
The most important part of the book and why you are here today is this reason... 

I am helping my dear friend Tim Ballard in his fight to end child trafficking.

I have been apart of his organization for 5 years now called Operation Underground Railroad. Through efforts of Tim and this team, we have been able to save the lives of thousands of children that were at the time being sex trafficked, from all over the world.
 
I've personally been able to be on 11 of these operations undercover as bait to capture these very evil men and women. I've been able to watch first hand the rescue of 100+ children that were saved on these operations. 

A large portion of every book sale goes to O.U.R and goes to fight for freedom of thousands of children that are need of help.

You are getting this book for FREE and I will still donate that same portion for every single book and with your help, we can join O.U.R and continue the fight to end child trafficking.
What is
Every Book Sold - Portion Will Go To Operation Underground Railroad
My Guarantee to you
Even though the book is free to you and there is ZERO reasons why you should not take this very limited opportunity... I want to let you know about my personal guarantee with this book.

As agents, we need to look out for each other. With social media, technology, and other advances in our industry, the time for us to stick together to ensure success has never been more important.

That is the reason why I wrote this book in the first place.

I was lucky to be able to be mentored by the best of the best at a young age and this book is exactly how I am going to give the same that I received.

I promise you that you will use this book in so many different ways to help grow your business and if you don't find any value and you don't learn anything inside the book, I will give you your 7.95 back.
If you made it down this far, I am guessing you are just like me and skip to the end of these letters to get details quick... Here's the deal:

I am sending out my new book, The Next Wave Of Influence In Real Estate for FREE (retails at 24.99 on Amazon). All you have to do is pay $7.95 for shipping.

There is no on-going monthly subscription, no gimmicks, no catch... Just an opportunity that you need to act on before it's too late.
My Guarantee to you
Even though the book is free to you and there is ZERO reasons why you should not take this very limited opportunity... I want to let you know about my personal guarantee with this book.

As agents, we need to look out for each other. With social media, technology, and other advances in our industry, the time for us to stick together to ensure success has never been more important.

That is the reason why I wrote this book in the first place.

I was lucky to be able to be mentored by the best of the best at a young age and this book is exactly how I am going to give the same that I received.

I promise you that you will use this book in so many different ways to help grow your business and if you don't find any value and you don't learn anything inside the book, I will give you your 7.95 back.
If you made it down this far, I am guessing you are just like me and skip to the end of these letters to get details quick... Here's the deal:

I am sending out my new book, The Next Wave Of Influence In Real Estate for FREE (retails at 24.99 on Amazon). All you have to do is pay $7.95 for shipping.

There is no on-going monthly subscription, no gimmicks, no catch... Just an opportunity that you need to act on before it's too late.
Meet Jimmy Rex
Jimmy is most known for his career in real estate during the past 15 years. In that time frame, he's sold over 2000 properties and has solidified himself as one of the top real estate agents in the country. This past year Jimmy sold the most expensive home in Wasatch Front MLS History at $35 million for a ranch near Oakley, Utah. 

Because of his success in real estate, Jimmy went on to build his real estate coaching company which currently coaches hundreds of real estate agents from all across the country. His courses "The Social Realtor" and "100K Agent Blueprint" have helped thousands of agents grow their business. He is also a popular speaker and regularly does trainings from Calgary to Texas and all over the country.

Outside of Real Estate, Jimmy created one of the top business podcasts "The Jimmy Rex Show" that to date has been running weekly for just under two years and has been listened to over 10 million times throughout 165 episodes.

In 2019 Jimmy released his first book, "The Next Wave of Influence in Real Estate," and it immediately hit the bestseller list on Amazon in multiple categories. Outside of being an author, Jimmy loves to travel and has visited over 60 countries as of 2019. His favorite types of trips are when he gets to go undercover as part of a select group working with The Child Liberation Foundation, helping to find and rescue children all over the world that are being sex trafficked. Jimmy has been on 11 operations and played a role in the rescue of over 100 children.

Jimmy is also an active investor, with a portfolio that includes 15 personal investment properties and investments in over a dozen private companies, including Nikola Motors, Stance Socks, and Parachut.co.

To best describe Jimmy as a person, turn to his Mission Statement; "The purpose of my life is to share my tremendous love with all of God's children. Bringing happiness to others through my playful soul and by being an example of living an extraordinary life."
Meet Jimmy Rex
Jimmy is most known for his career in real estate during the past 15 years. In that time frame, he's sold over 2000 properties and has solidified himself as one of the top real estate agents in the country. This past year Jimmy sold the most expensive home in Wasatch Front MLS History at $35 million for a ranch near Oakley, Utah. 

Because of his success in real estate, Jimmy went on to build his real estate coaching company which currently coaches hundreds of real estate agents from all across the country. His courses "The Social Realtor" and "100K Agent Blueprint" have helped thousands of agents grow their business. He is also a popular speaker and regularly does trainings from Calgary to Texas and all over the country.

Outside of Real Estate, Jimmy created one of the top business podcasts "The Jimmy Rex Show" that to date has been running weekly for just under two years and has been listened to over 10 million times throughout 165 episodes.

In 2019 Jimmy released his first book, "The Next Wave of Influence in Real Estate," and it immediately hit the bestseller list on Amazon in multiple categories. Outside of being an author, Jimmy loves to travel and has visited over 60 countries as of 2019. His favorite types of trips are when he gets to go undercover as part of a select group working with The Child Liberation Foundation, helping to find and rescue children all over the world that are being sex trafficked. Jimmy has been on 11 operations and played a role in the rescue of over 100 children.

Jimmy is also an active investor, with a portfolio that includes 15 personal investment properties and investments in over a dozen private companies, including Nikola Motors, Stance Socks, and Parachut.co.

To best describe Jimmy as a person, turn to his Mission Statement; "The purpose of my life is to share my tremendous love with all of God's children. Bringing happiness to others through my playful soul and by being an example of living an extraordinary life."
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