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Marketing Masters Interview with Chad Goldwasser

Shawn Mahdavi April 4, 2012

This is a great interview with Chad Goldwasser and Melinda Enfinger.  Melinda asks Chad about how exactly he built his real estate business into a multi-million dollar empire in just a few years.  You quickly learn how having a vision and a winning attitude are important for any entrepreneur plus how having the right people in your sphere to support you along the way is essential.

Chad Goldwasser has been in the real estate industry since 1998 and in that time has been recognized as being one of real estate’s Top 50 Teams by both Lore magazine and the Wall Street Journal.

In 2005, Chad joined Keller Williams Realty and he soon was ranked as the number 1 team worldwide for KW.  In 2008, he formed his own independent brokerage, Goldwasser Real Estate.

He also founded his teaching/training company, the Goldwasser Institute, he is a highly sought after professional speaker, and co-author of the book Some Assembly Required: A Networking Guide for Real Estate.  His newest book, Billionaire Mindset will be available soon.

His Vision:

“Goldwasser Institute’s mission is to empower individuals to make constructive changes in their personal and professional lives through the use of the same positive values and cohesive systems that have propelled Chad to the top of the real estate profession.”

Visit Chad Goldwasser’s Site

Chad’s TNT Video on Youtube:


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Shawn Mahdavi

Shawn Mahdavi has been in sales and marketing for over 22 years. He's the CEO of GoalCrusher, a branding and marketing agency. Through speaking at events and consulting, Shawn has developed strategic relationships with some of real estate's top marketers, coaches, and trainers. Shawn founded, a platform for these relationships to give back to all REALTORS looking to grow their businesses View all posts by Shawn Mahdavi →

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