Are you tired of hearing "no" from your audience and struggling to raise capital? Do you feel like you're constantly burning out and unable to close any deals? If so, you're not alone.
The truth is, communication is key, but capturing your audience's attention is absolutely essential. No matter how much knowledge you have, if you can't speak in a way that's engaging and interesting, people won't invest their time or money in you.
That's where Bradley Watson comes in, the host of Toronto Real Estate - the largest real estate podcast on iTunes and Spotify.
So if you're ready to learn the secret sauce to capturing your audience's attention and getting them to invest their time and money in you and your offers, then you need to listen to Bradley's insights.
Sit back, relax, and get ready to learn from one of the best in the business.
Tune in now!
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What you will learn from this episode for 23 minutes:
01:42 - Sharing Those Successes: What Bradley does that works in raising capital
04:22 - Turning podcast listeners into actual investors
06:58 - The Podcast Power: Bradley shares how often he posts on his podcast
08:45 - How humor sparks communication for Bradley’s podcast
10:57 - Attraction 101: What is Bradley’s lead magnet that makes everyone want to sign up
12:27 - Adding a bit of you to what you do
“The biggest investment isn't the hundreds or 1000s of dollars you put in, it's the time commitment. And I think as an investor, we start to realize that time is the biggest and most valuable thing.” - Bradley Watson
“If the capital comes to you, you better know what to do with it. And when you have that relationship already formed, that doesn't mean that you haven't closed them as an investor until you can show them you know what you're doing.” - Bradley Watson
“If there's no pre-existing relationship, those don't go anywhere.” - Bradley Watson
“The humor is for me, the energy is what's shared.” - Bradley Watson
“I figured when I do podcasts, if I'm not having fun, then I'm not going to do them. And adding the jokes, it takes more time to plug it into the overall writing and the content, but if it's a way for me to enjoy doing them, I'm going to do it.” - Bradley Watson
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