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"corcoran group" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

Don't Keep Your Day Job

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"corcoran group" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job

"How can I find a way where my energy is reflected back to me? To sustain me to do it again. And that's enough. I'm telling you. He's really the coolest human being south. So kind he sent me a congrats on this three hundred milestone I want to play it here because it literally made my whole year. Hey, it's. If you added up the number of star wars movies, the number of Star Trek movies, the number of Matrix movies, the number of mission impossible movies, and all the Perry Mason novels and put them in one big stack. It still wouldn't come close to Cathy hellers extraordinary generous persistent consistent menchie track record of three hundred podcasts in a row. If you listen to one after another at high speed is still wouldn't be able to finish them all in a week Kathy thank you for making a difference. Thank you for being everybody's best friend. Thank you for the Ruckus you make. Here's the next three hundred and I beyond again soon please. Thank you, seth you know you're always welcome to be. Around for any reason, any conversation with you is epic and I know everyone listening would love to hear whatever of to say. All right. Another awesome moment I wanNA share is from the one and only Barbara Corcoran. I love the story. She shared about a terrible relationship pushed her to take control of her own life and proved the doubters. Wrong. Take a listen. He of fellow my Secretary Pena House is thirty. She was twenty, three, twenty, two He was ten years older than I raised three children we have moved in together we were ready. For about six years we in the business for seven years, his three daughters surprise I have three daughters all moved in with us and the one night when I was making the Pasta for dinner he came in and just announced he was wearing my secretary. It was like a joke I it wasn't a joke might tell me to take my time moving out about a minute ran off my toothbrush right out of their ego. And MOU, with my best friend my only friend. Cathy. Gilson on seventy ninth street Sheila Rena who've couch. But Anyway, I worked that business continued with ray married three months flat. But it was very hard for me because they now shared the office that I used to share used to look through the glass see them giggling touchy hands and it was just a heartbreaker but anyway, I put up with for about a month because I was too much of a coward to do anything about it and I didn't even have my confidence but. After. About a year, I announced that we're ending the business in how we're going to chop the business in half you pick the best sales for as I picked the next pick that that bomb like in seventy eight minutes I think the company is divided I moved out wrenches space three floors above from the same landlord that same day. Thank God and on Monday we were says a new company. I told my agents, my seven, hundred fourteen in the foreign essay moving on one day Oh. We Are we movie it's the surprise. Is. I didn't know we're removing. In those states, you could really pull out a lot pretty fast and we were moved in on Monday with the boxes with ribbons on I moved everybody out that weekend and I had a lovely little note. Welcome to the Corcoran Group and I knew I had a name at the group was I knew I was gonNA need the help of every single person there was going to succeed. There was just no way. I can have ray I kind of felt. Like I didn't have an anchor you know but interestingly soon, enough those salespeople became my a major anchors very dedicated. We became a tight knit little company who Iran hard and that was the nucleus at built a giant company that I sold like twenty two years later. Yeah unbelievable. You should be I'm sure that every single day you're being told how incredible it is but I hope that you stopped proud of yourself. And can you tell them what he said to you on that day? Oh. Thank you for reminding me. That was the insurance policy for life that would guarantee my success I. I should write him. Thank you. But when I was sleeping that Friday after I collected my people, he said Oprah I, remember sensing I shouldn't turn around I was going out the door and he said you, you'll never succeed without me. And I'm telling you. I knew I'd rather just die on the spot that let him see me not succeed. In many recessions happen where brokers go out of business because nobody knows which way the market Scott I had three evenly spaced almost I would think of that and it would like sperm meet it not try hard I was already trying everything but have another idea it was like a generator of ideas Oh ho what if I do this? What if I do that and that always In business. So really without insult the power of that insult I don't think I would have stay in business very long probably would have gone down at the first recession where interest rates went up to eighteen percent people were starving real. Say I have gone down with everybody else but it was that insult gave me a for is the word fervor of favorite your heart by Rura. Like an animal woman you know. That kept me on the straight narrow. You know. Such strength, right? She's amazing. All right. So here's another one of my favorite moments with Grammy Award winner singer Songwriter Jason Meraz. He's so delightful and he so down to Earth it was such an unforgettable experience talk with him and here's what he said about what to do when you're not feeling confident when you're feeling a little stuck it's such a beautiful statement I guess I encourage people who are nervous and don't have the confidence to forget everyone else and just be your biggest fan go in deep enjoy the romance of discovering had. Discovering? Yourself. Enjoy the romance of the challenges in the struggles and knowing that you're adding your pain and tears hours and sweat and word to the Pantheon of poets and writers that have come before you. Reward Yourself. By forgetting what you think the world thinks because you'll never know that that's an impossible task and Enjoy the ride, enjoy the journey, enjoy the pain enjoy seeing your cluttered desk or your cluttered kitschy only the result of making something great out of nothing. It's so powerful, right? I mean Jason. Such gift. All right. So the next pieces from the interview I had with the best selling author and podcast host knock. Glad. Well, it was such an honor to talk to him, and when I asked him about how to get unstuck and make a decision he went into this explanation about why hamlet was wrong and I. Think this is so powerful. Here we go. Name Alberto Hershman, who is his legendary economist? One of the Great? Economists of the Twentieth Century and he had this phrase he used called hamlet was wrong. Hamilton's Ron was the model of his life and by that he meant him it was someone who was could make.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 3 months ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on WTOP

"That the shot was fired the father was officer Ralph was Ralph was fired after the killing of twenty seven year old race hard Brooks he could face the death penalty D. A. says the other officer involved is willing to become a witness for the state and testify against Ralph they both must turn themselves in within the hour Senate Republicans are unveiling proposed changes to police procedures and accountability the legislation would among other things have restrictions on chokeholds and new officer training former national security adviser John Bolton makes damaging claims about president trump's handling of foreign policy in his soon to be published book Bolton is now facing a federal lawsuit over allegations the room where it happened contains classified material correspondent Steven Portnoy says the book is out next Tuesday in an excerpt from his book in the Wall Street journal John Bolton says president trump has repeatedly tried to leverage his talks with foreign leaders to boost his own reelection prospects Bolton says Mr trump displayed a quote pattern of fundamentally unacceptable behavior that eroded the very legitimacy of the presidency Bolton tells of a conversation at last year's G. twenty summit that had the president quote pleading with Shizhen paying to use China's economic capability to ensure he'd win in twenty twenty covert nineteen is on the rise in twenty one states more than a dozen cases have been traced back to a bar in Florida just hours after it reopened and due to the pandemic rental prices in some of the priciest cities in this country are coming down correspondent bill Rakoff Gerry Mallon is the chief operating officer of the Corcoran group in New York City while there are reports of dropping rents in the Big Apple he says it's too soon to see what the total impact on rentals will be what are the real demand in New York if you're going to look like there's people jobs who may have been pushed off or eliminated balances previous tests on the market indicate that things will eventually be okay I feel the rock the market will find it but it will all work bill ray Cobb CBS news on Wall Street the Dow lost one hundred seventy points today the S. and P. losing eleven points the nasdaq though was the only one up gaining fourteen this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from W. T. O. P. twenty four seven three sixty five listen on air on Alexa and on the W. T. O. P. app good afternoon it is five oh three on this Wednesday June the seventeenth we.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:21 min | 3 months ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Between breakouts and the consumption of certain foods for decades dermatologist dismissed the idea of a link between acne and diet but experts say new research like this is changing the way they think the research is published today in the journal jamat dermatology a realtor from the Corcoran group in south Florida's been fired for using a photo of an NYPD van set on fire during last week's protests to try and lure new Yorkers to move to Florida according to the real deal in an email to potential buyers Joseph sweat wrote wrote looking for change and then he put it in gold cop car next to images of sandy beaches and boating Suero insisted there was nothing offensive about the Corcoran group did not see it that way they say his actions were highly offensive and that he was swiftly dissociated from the company they add racism has no home here there could be a break in the case of two missing Idaho children authorities have found human remains at the home of Chad day bell he is the husband of Lori valoe the chill who is the children's mother they disappeared last September correspondent Deborah Roberts with Molly say bellow lied to them about her son's whereabouts telling them he was staying with a family friend last fall the day after police checked in on the children following day bell returned to Hawaii where they live for several months offering no answers about the children's whereabouts a former relatives saying Bello became different after meeting day bell and author of religious books who has previously spoken about what he says were two near death experiences months after Vallas a rest day bill telling ABC news the kids are safe but not elaborating the bill is due in court today to face formal charges fallows been in custody for defying a court order to prove that her two children were alive eighty one degrees and mostly sunny going up to eighty five wins news time twelve fifty five meet shock now meet trucks personal information hello made up of things like account log ins bank info and check social security number whenever chop shops banks and browses online his info travels all over the world bowls you ni how brief yet exposing it to cyber threats well that's no good so how is chock able to sleep because he knows Norton and LifeLock are now part of one company Norton three sixty with LifeLock provides an all in one membership.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

RUN GPG Podcast

12:52 min | 1 year ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast

"Nobody can get into and another time but <hes> real estate was something i was i. I didn't i knew historically. I recognized as i've got on the train. One day buddy said hey you don't have to take this extra stock in brooklyn heights and you can walk from their well being to california when you native i don't walk. What are you kidding me. Don't you're not taking my car and that's a whole nother pieces well but i walked down montague street which when you come to visit we will see and it's <hes> it's the brooklyn heights little shopping district two blocks long it leads right up from the promenade and then you see lower manhattan and that's that's the brooklyn heights sort of <hes> peace there and there's a little blue square on a sandwich board out in front two of one of the <hes> brownstone their walk down the street and it had little finger as you classically pinpointing upstairs come talk to dave riley and dave was <hes> manager of cola banker hunt kennedy and transferred you would think it's an attorney versus but i recognize cold banker brand been from the west coast and went up and talked to him and <hes> and that was the beginning <hes> my real estate career and vision and the dream that we hear so often of i can go work when i want to and make as much money as i want to and it's all so easy <laughter> <laughter> and i tell you in in closing that little piece i had zero people on the planet. I thought it was a good idea that i should leave my finance job on the trading floor at the trade center and go start the real estate career which everybody you have to have a lot of money. You have to be this. You have to be that you have have to know all these things and <hes> again my wi- which i'm not i'm not going to be handcuffed this place and die here. It's not like all of all of cliches in the movie questions at the end or closer to reality than i want to admit quite frankly so so that was my beginning nineteen ninety nine. My original card says back pct nineteen ninety nine that was about the year. I got into real estate as well so we've been in the business. Although you're much much much older than me <hes> we've been. We've been in business for the same amount of time that led to other things for you. Including senior vice president of court corcoran group is the corcoran group well so barbara corcoran everybody knows from shark tank now but the the corcoran group <hes> barbara corcoran in my opinion <hes> and that translates into where i am now is <hes> talking about charismatic etc some of the some of the the the accolades that we we all know <hes> good marketers are we you don't think about brokers agents say brokers but we know you and i and i and probably the audience now tuning in here understand that it's really the best marketer out there and that was barbara and she classic story definitely grabbed her book and newsmen. You've got but classic story. Barbara corcoran is <hes> there was a board turned it down in the co op so cooperative for you in the audience out there. I didn't know what it was either until i got the new york and that's a whole nother sidebar but the the the jackson <hes> the the the the bottom of that story is that you'd meet a board and you have to get approved in order to live in the building and you don't have to have any they can. They can say no for any reason so you can be declined for any reason and these these couple of guys declined. The dog was the got was the reason they got turned down so it gets barbara corcoran did she. She went out to central park and start interviewing dogs and turn it into this entire marketing thing and all of the new york city news channels showed up and she was out there. Interviewing in dogs in the tongue in cheek was dog got turned down from the board. I'm gonna teach you how to not become down. Here's what you should do to pass the board etc and it was just brilliant brilliant anthony before anybody was and nobody can really talked about it a much until decade later more but she she she was my inspiration <hes> very quickly in take us so that's actually what we call the very definition of real estate disruption which seems to be constant theme that seems to be concentrating anyway so you're the first <hes> broker <unk>. I've never met that's been inspired by both barbara corcoran and eddie murphy as it relates to actual real estate business anyway. Let's get into into the new york briefly and then we'll get into your business so a new york real estate. This may be the boring part or not so boring part depending on your your perspective. What's the average price for a home slash apartment in new york city right now. What's the bench line yeah. I love that gregg. Thanks for that question because here in new york city just to back to the top real real briefly is that there is no such thing because so many different properties type so we use used things like bedroom counts with regard to an apartment in order to say that so one bedroom apartment right harvard or square footage right. I guess is what you do. One bedroom apartment center square footage would be the down so easy right and then you go yeah but so david. You're talking about manhattan or brooklyn. No i get it. I want the appointment. Come to the chase. <hes> is an average their president about a million three right now and that can fluctuate several hundred thousand dollars depending on neighborhood wow well but a one bedroom apartment super clear. <hes> okay sounds like that actually sounds like montreal right now. I'll be straight up. What are the market trends. You're seeing in new york right now. I know goes by burl. I know this you know. I have a long history. I have a long history with new york myself from new york. Orca spent a lot of time in new york grownups. I new york very well. I know brooklyn heights very well too <hes> but i am i know goes by borough. I know that <hes> but what are some trends. You're seeing right now. I know that the new york if reading correctly has been on a decline for the last year so correct yep softening markets delineations that are different as as we begin from you know you start as broker early on and you're doing a certain property type and you you have a thought process escalating but we say luxury market <hes> the the very high end here is north of ten million and so that is something that has a separate sort of analysis in that it can be an indicator and certain things but it's not your everyday transaction action. <hes> luxury market is very soft and those are talking about things that usually trade when we talked about this particular property at this particular price on a luxury level could be a year or more listening in designed that way and it costs a lot to carry but but in general yes software market and uncertain there's a lot of uncertainty certainty certain sectors are incredibly strong and multiple bids in the same as saying that we see and we're in a market where demand always outweigh supply so that's our equation different than rest of the country for the most part in in your markets oftentimes as well well we at greater property group currently have thirty two million dollar listing yeah. Ah you know vertebrae now if you'd like some pointers on going north of thirty mil does give a shout skits show. We know it's no new york city but still most popular neighborhoods in n._y._c. right now. New york is the best for this because they have these little pockets that a pop up you know every year. There's this little niche neighborhood. That's like oh. It's soo so hot and you know in no-ho or something like that right. So is there any <hes> <hes> <hes> popular neighborhoods right now that are popping up as you know the next hottest neighborhood in new york city. It's it's it's funny. You ask that because most of new york is a laughed after anybody that says that <hes> out loud because you automatically identify yourself. It's from somewhere else but at the same time. I think there's an insight there that even our market in our local. We do this all the time neighborhoods that you would. You say rediscovered tribeca. What tribeca is where you know. They certainly sought after location action but we find it in the city of manhattan specifically on the island is that neighborhoods have evolved. Hell's kitchen is a great example and with your with you and your dad ads history here in the city <hes> that is essentially midtown west but if we look at a map in midtown west and it used to be just away from the train it was over. There was industrial. There was a lot of stuff going on in in. That's i love hell's kitchen. It used to be <hes>. It was just a well. It's just outside the tunnel right but hell's kitchen kitchen is awesome. Yeah i mean it's got all the cafes and the restaurants now and so there's a there's a thing can happen on that side real briefly as the highline which was recover recovery of the old raise train that used to come through buildings. That's fascinating for anybody visiting. Stay out of times square. Go and see some things that are actually real new york run through times square. Get your pictures and and get out and see the city <hes>. That's one thing a lot of development along that highline so it's it's this this urban recreation of an element that has been such a ah colored and fascinating history and then new development. That's going you know adjacent to it and the views that you get from those places tribeca seeing a restoration <hes> one one person that i'm ecstatic to have against no met and know over the last years veronica manetti and and everyone should i definitely check her out on instagram. <hes> veronica is <hes> just call her the leader of the surge in group who is the owner of the flat iron building once upon quantify that a piece of the chrysler building as well but but what i love about veronica and you can see her just from a public perspective is her dedication to to ask the business climate in the city of basically real estate restoration. We're gonna get sustainable and <hes> and somebody that you <hes> will meet sniff definitely wanted to get when you get here and somebody that should be in orbit all the time because her group is doing so many great things but <hes> the as a as a little bit <hes> sidebar the bar the flatiron building for the first time in recent history by decade is vacant and and she has been working the the the plan <hes> has been a number of different things every time it's fascinating because it is one of the top three most recognized popular pieces of history history in the city of new york <hes> and the plan <hes> that's been kicked around was going to become a hotel etc but the restoration of and become a sustainable and for me as a photographer agra for getting all those little air conditioning units out of the windows of the flattened building is going to be the first thing all celebrate <hes> but a lot there. That's fine <hes> so that's one piece of an iconic the thing that's happening <hes> tribeca seen bringing up <hes> veronica because she's doing things like taking <hes> <hes> white street and number of buildings there rest restoring during these buildings from another era. That won't be ever be built like that again. They are antiques their one offs. They are these ironclad <hes> in this such unique architecture texture and that's <hes> those are two places in manhattan specifically that are that are <hes> are seen a lot of resurgence again do do you remember watching them. Build the flat iron the building back in when was a bill early nineteen yeah early nineteen hundreds of his you bet it was a couple of days for my birthday. I was later that day. They call it the flattened building no i don't because it looks like an iron well before it was built that that little that little triangle bangel wedge there wasn't a flat iron so back in that period of time you had to iron that looks like an eye and when i think of now but it was literally only iron with a handle on it you put it on your so so the heat it up and then he sat in that's right. It's called a flatter and building but i'm but don't bump and actually we can talk for hours about the new york real estate market and <hes> you know a lifetime. I i'm gonna get on another podcast or another discussion. We're gonna talk about what's happening brooklyn williamsburg brooklyn hi. It's all that kind of stuff but look you know not so that's another discussion just different. Next time is <hes> waterfront adjacent to manhattan is as hot as manhattan itself south central park and adjacent to manhattan so there's a lot to talk about for sure yup used to be brooklyn was like kind of like the it was the cousin right like brooklyn was it wasn't manhattan manhattan or nothing but now brooklyn's just as popular. It's <hes> yeah yeah short response to that we used to when i first started in real estate. We would make these. These correlations are metaphors forced to manhattan neighborhoods. We would say well brooklyn. Heights is very much like the upper west side and <hes> williamsburg is very much like the village right aesthetically etcetera and for those that are we're in you know mainstream u._s._a. Or main street canada whatever however that looks very much different here. We have the unique thing about new york. Is you have a lot of different environments armaments all next door. Walk down a few streets. See something new so let's get into your business and your success eric..

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How Straight D's Built My Business

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

04:46 min | 1 year ago

How Straight D's Built My Business

"I got three questions this week from people that were not very good students and worried about it. I thought I would address it even though I know I've talked about it before you know, when I was in school the happiest sound the world was at three o'clock bell. When I heard that bell rang. I thought thank God. I'm out of this jailhouse off I would run as fast as I could to try to make a good day of what was already a horrible day for me being Barras in class being asked to read out loud and labeled yet again, the Dunkin school but thank God. I was kind of clever on my feet in one way when I got her school. I did not want to do homework that the other kids were doing. So I made best friends with Margaret Garrity. She was the kid down the block with the really thick glasses was an exceptional student and all I would have to do for Margaret is making new Chuck game on her sidewalk. And she would do all of my math all of my English and will of my geography and she didn't like a half hour flat. My God, it would've taken me six hours to do the same work, and I wouldn't have gotten any kind of accolades for it until market Garrity. Became my homework helper, I actually believed in school that I had a low I q thinking that an I had something to do with the as. And bees and season. For me. The diesel I got straight tease all the time. And I thought that meant that I was on the warder Chalan a really being stupid. But guess what? I wasn't. You know, what I learned? I learned that once I got that jailhouse cool school. I developed great skills and business independent of anything that I had learned in school. I found that I was gifted at certain areas because I had finesse my way through school and learn how to get good at other things that the smart kids weren't very good at I knew how to hire the right people. And guess what gave me that gift? It was because once you're loser. As a kid, you have great empathy, and you spot the losers, and you don't ever look down on anybody. When you're the dumb kid. The dumb kid doesn't get that privilege to look down on people. So as a result of that, I had empathy in spades. And that gave me the ability to read people and hire the right people for the right sharp. I always always was able to find someone to do the. Sure, I wasn't able to do. Well, like, redefining financial statement or figure out a mathematical equation. Forget it I was never gonna learn it. But in business, I learned that it can hire a lot of really really really smart people to do it for me the damn district. Kaplan, I recognized her as my future business partner because she had all the skill sets of a smart kid, and she could do them all for man. I could continue just being the chatty. Cathy, the charming kid? The one who talked everybody into doing things Estra Kaplan became my. Hi, hugh. You know sales people are key to the real estate business. And I found that in sales. I was pretty good. But I wasn't amazing. And yet I knew how identify sales people who are a lot better than me. And it was on the back of a thousand grade sales people that I built the company the Corcoran group today when I sit on shark tank, I very often have to do mathematical equations in my head like the other sharks. Trust me. I can't do it. I will actually work. Them out of my yellow legal pad that I sit there with trust me. I can't do it. But it was only two years into shark tank that I realized that Mark Cuban was really good at math. And all I ever do is ask them to do. My math format. He does it has the answer back to me. And he doesn't know it. But he's my new Margaret Garrity. So you could always find people to do the stuff you can't do and by doing that my whole life. I have been able to build a big successful business and also helped dozens and dozens entrepreneurs Bill their business because I know how to identify talent and build on it math has very little to do with almost everything in life as long as you could count change, and I can tell you people think it has a lot to do his shark tank. It has very little to do is shark tank. It's all about judging the right people. So what's most important on compensating for the skills? You don't have. Well, here's my secret formula. I only focus on the skills. I have there aren't many. I know how to size up people. I know how to motivate people. I know how to build an organizational structure those on my gifts. So I choose to build around my assets. I nor everything else I just filled on what I do. Well. And then I find somebody else to do all the stuff. I don't do. Well, so that's my formula. If you're not good at school. Don't worry about it. It's probably a very good sign that you're gonna find all the right people to help you build your empire. And that's how streak dis built my business.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"But why did I do it? Because I learned that politics, go along way, Nick at the fort Lee diner, gave me the good hours in short order because when he was grumpy I was really nice Sam, and I was always willing to work for him all the girls with Nick were grumpy back, but not me. I'm like how you do. In have a nice day. Nick have a good night. Nick, why did that go along way because I was simply nice, and that's another form of politics. When I was young and inexperienced at the Corcoran group. I remember having a PR disaster that I didn't think I would recover from. I had the editor of the cranes BusinessWeek print a figure that I handed to him that was wrong and blatantly wrong. I simply misquoted a very important number and it landed front page in his article he was corrected by so many people who read his article, and he was angry. So I thought to myself this is the end of my publicity. I just made an enemy of one of the smartest guys in town. He wouldn't even take my phone call when I realized what a mistake in called him. So what did I do? I got off my butt. I sat in the lobby of his corporate office. And I waited for him to come in the next morning from eight o'clock on it in a win. He came in. And when I sat there, and he saw me as he walked in and me apologizing profusely guess what happened. He forgave me because I made the effort to make him feel that important. I later found out from him when he became a good business friend that he had killed a bad story that he was about to publish on me. That would if not maybe room my business, but my God that would have set me back. I consider that a near death experience. But I learned that at the diner by being good to Nick and making sure he felt very important when I was building my business. I got very large very fast, and every one of my competitors hated me. And you know, what I've learned I've learned that. So great compliment that you winning if you competitors hate you. But I love to be loved just like the next guy when I found out that all my competitors had formed a committee to put me out of business because of false advertising that wasn't even false, but they're ganging up. I was scared to death even though I know I was in the right? I knew what it meant to be a minority with everybody ganging up against me. And I thought what would I have done if I was still at the diner? And you know, what I did? I went for help. I went to the head of the. Real estate board a large developer. And I ate my ego and said, I really need your help there after me, and I need somebody bigger and stronger than me to reach out and help me. And you know, what he did? He said one Email and put it to bed over that's politics. I'm not a believer in the kind of politics we kiss someone's. But all the time that's in gracious and doesn't get you anywhere. But should gotta know where the power is. And you gotta know when you have to ask for help. And I learned all about politics by being a waitress the final lesson is a faster more efficient, you work the more money, you'll make it's a commission based business. I would deliver the food fast for one reason only not because I wanted to get it there hot another minute would still be hot. But I wanted to turn over that chair fast. I could get another customer in the seat. I never walked in or out of the kitchen without something in my hand. Today. I live.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"Little business called comfy they kinda like long oversized sweatshirts enormously, comfortable within one year. I've had forty million dollars in sales. My gosh, what could possibly happen to create forty million dollars in sales. What did happen is Cindy Crawford happen to post a photo of herself jumping on her bed in a comfy that a friend had given a tour? And so, of course, we started jumping competition. I jumped to see if I could jump better and pretty insignia Crawford. Of course, I couldn't and everyone started submitting the videos got video. Maybe you're better than city Crawford posted on comfy dot com. But either way we ran that little video up the flav pulled it resulted in forty million dollars sale. Just another pure simple gimmick that had appealed to people and people started buying the comfy if you're listening in have a fab. Regulus comfy? Let me just remind you again, it's not too late compete with me. You'll see me. I've got good legs. I can jump by. Maybe you could do a better job and make sure you tag me. Here's the next lesson. I learned behind the counter as a waitress personality counts waitressing is a selling job. I in a service job second a lot of people think it's about delivering the food in the hot coffee, certainly that's part of it. But much much more important to that job is having personality because when you have personality, guess what happens? You get the biggest tips, and that's exactly what I got at my character. Because I would learn everyone's name. I would flirt with them. If I couldn't remember the guy's name. I'd say, hey, handsome. You know? This is not a guy in the world who won't respond when you say, hey, handsome. They always think it's them. I've been interviewing new sales people my whole life. And you know, what I'm always looking for personality and the best way for me to judge personalities. I asked myself would I wanna have a dinner with them? Are they likable would I enjoy myself? That's a nice way to measure personality. And I only my entire life have hired the people that. I'd want to sit down and have dinner with the best sales people. I learn always have the most engaging personality to simply likable to start off with. And when people like you, you really have a leg up. They want to buy from you. I can tell you sitting ten years on shark tank when there's a gorgeous girl that pitches a business that none of the sharks are interested in the Minhaj. She leaves the set over guys say wasn't she smart, and I have to say, no, she wasn't smart. She was just pretty, and that's why guys saying smart happens all the time on shark tank. Lesson. Three details matter my counter, when I was a waitress was my territory, and if you can control your territory with hyper focus, you do. Well, my catch a bottle was always full my sugar canister was filled to the top. And I group them together. So there were parallel anita's a button. So people assumed if they sat down at my counter that they would get the food fast because it was well organized. Now, you might say that doesn't make any sense. But that's the impression created I knew it, and I made sure everything was organized in perfect condition. I remember trying so hard to remember the names of my customers until I realized I was posting a piece of paper on the back of the counter, and I jotted their first Dame's in the hours, they came in because customers in a diner always come in the same hours. And I was able only then to remember the names and say, hey, Joe, how's your day going in sales? Let me tell you Noah Custos name and asking them something about the makes a big. Difference. The biggest problem at Corcoran group was keeping track of listings long before computers came and in that business. I had tons of listings that were constantly misfiled couldn't be found. And so therefore couldn't be sold. I found that at the counter I learned to organize and when I was in my business, I decided to color code every one of those listings by size, and after that, I never had a problem finding listing again. Today each person that reports to me gives me a Wednesday update by the end of every Wednesday business day. I have a point pay per from everyone just bullets bullets bullets what they need answers on is on the top..

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"corcoran group" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's the most expensive residents in this country, ever, even as the New York City housing market is softening you juxtapose that is marketplace Jabeen does with the number of people lining up for affordable housing in the city. Also breaking records the buyer of the most expensive home in the country is citadel. Hedge fund founder Ken Griffin agents. Sabrina cider is with the Corcoran group, which represented the building's developer. She says the apartment in probably doesn't look like your place three hundred and sixty degrees us for to ceiling windows, Alabama, limestone, you know, private health clubs private dining rooms, the sale is a throwback to the market of three years ago. That's when Griffin's signed a contract to buy the unit the deal closed now. Because the buildings close to completion Jonathan Miller tracks housing markets around the country. It represents the heady days. The peak the peak era of the super luxury development, boom Miller says low interest rates fueled that boom and oversaturated the market more than fifteen thousand luxury condos came online since two thousand fifteen Miller expects prices to fall in response to the glut the middle of the market show signs of softening to last year the median price for a New York City home dipped below a million dollars for the first time in three years. Meanwhile, low and middle income New Yorkers continued to struggle to find housing Martin John develops affordable units in the city. He says demand for his apartments in two thousand eighteen was higher than it's ever been. We had one last year where we got more than eighty thousand applications for thirty seven apartments. The central park condo is reportedly the third multi. Million dollar home. Purchase for Ken Griffin this year. He also bought homes in London. And Chicago in New York, I'm Janet bobbin for marketplace. Coming up. It's an approach.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"It's not about the money necessarily anymore. Maybe it is if you wanna talk about that. But what is what is the driver and how you make decisions at this point in not as good about prioritizing? I used to be honestly because I'm less hungry in hunger has a way of putting pressure on your time. Not that I don't have norms pressure on my time. But I don't feel like every judgment every minute. It's gonna make a break may because I've had a lot of success in my life. So probably now's not the best time to ask me that because I've softened on prioritizing, and too often it turns into what I enjoy which can lead to great success. But before that period of my life, my priors, very black and white. I would simply have to do this like everybody did. And I never really moved off the written to do this. 'cause I don't do. Well, and I don't remember things unless I write them down script, but you have the to do list you look at it in the more. Inning. You just go right through the list, and you rate, what's an ABC. A c are usually the things I really like to do. Right. A lovely. Thank you litter to him. He was so nice. You know by flowers for the party on Friday night. Let me go right down the flower district. But the as are clearly the urgency's that have either one of two things either you kids teach that has to talk to you because she's not doing her homework. That's a or an A would be something that would make the biggest chances of making the biggest change in the business. It's usually things you don't want to do by the way. It's usually the things that a long distance runner things. Like, okay pitch. Another show so tired from a one a mile. Why would I put your show, but can change your life? So after I'd get through the as which I always make a habit of doing first thing I have to get through the as before it. Get desert just a habit, and then the bees are fairly important, but you're not gonna die if you don't do them. And then I do the same thing. The next morning. That's fisted. But useful to me because it because too many things hit you to do list. And you really have to start off by thinking what's important. What's not? And and I think reading somehow crystallizes things for people. What drives you now? Death more than anything. I'm afraid of dying. I'm trying to think of what I again in before. I die. That's fun. That's fruitful that makes a difference in my life other people's lives. My kids lives, I'm always fearful of dying. I've been running away from death since I turned thirty. I don't know. It's a phobia probably have a good shrink. Like, why are you afraid of dying? But I've been afraid of dying since I was thirty only thirty one. Oh my God. Now, thirty four oh my God. Mike, I hardly have time left. You know, I feel that way every single year like I'm running out of time. So that motivates me I mean, I don't wanna get sold. Sure. I'm not a believe in comeback as a as a scorpion or a rabbit or anything like that. So I just want to Jim it'll inasmuch as I can earlier when we were talking you said we were talking about shark tank. You said lucky me how much of your success? Do you think is due to look? Probably. Within than half. Not eighty percent. I'd say I remember I got the luckiest Reagan the world online tire life. I warned to parents who loved me on a family that worked there Esa. How lucky with no expectation that's tripleheader a mama dad, and no expectation of an lose but going up what could I have done wrong? Really? And then I got the lucky break of Ramon sitting at my counter at the fort, Lee diner. That's another lucky break. I got the lucky break of leaving me in starting the Corcoran group. I got the lucky break on Friday night right before nine eleven signing my contract to sell the business. It wouldn't have been signed the next week. I have a son and a daughter that healthy. I have a husband that drives me crazy which gives me something to complain about. I mean, I've had I've had luck luck and more luck and more luck all along the way..

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"corcoran group" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Large number cease to apply ninth front twin bucks ain't that would what it used to be. This is a non apple point, but you gotta count, you gotta count for inflation. When companies initially started costing, one hundred billion dollar barrier was considered to be wrong, stupid dangerous to buy them adjusted for inflation for back then and trillions, not that out of hand. It just sounds big by only ten while apple may have won the foot race to two trillion. It won't be a appear for long. I think you're going to start seeing Microsoft and Amazon in the same club because of how well they're doing. And among these three tech titans, I have to tell you there's a ton of pin action and you saw today within asset doing so, well, here's the bottom line like the iphone ten apple stock deserves to sell for what people willing to pay for it. When my favorite lines carpet's going with them. And apparently that's a trillion dollars. But frankly, you know what? I bet it's headed higher, maybe a lot higher end, Ian Indiana, Andy. I got a company. They had great earns last week and their quarterly report. They raised yearly guidance. You got no debt on the balance sheet. They got a new product line coming out soon. I'm not understanding the forty percent shortage or stay have, but I really like this is a long-term holding, and I want your opinion, I robot. I'll tell you why they have such a big short physician. They've been unable to demonstrate just consistent earnings and they don't tell their story and if they wanted to get the stock higher, this is where you go. This is where the investor who is not the hedge fund, flipping out of apple comes to learn things. I robot. You're welcome here Lyn in Virginia, Lynn. Hi, Jim. My name is Lynn, and I am a real estate agent in Virginia. I was watching your show last night at your feet. You're on the state home culture, and I was wondering how you think it might impact the real estate industry. Well, that's interesting. Wondering, I'm sorry, go ahead. I'm sorry, Demeter up specifically, wondering about brokerage firms, real estate brokerage firms like red fin since millennials are starting to finally buy houses and Cody was wondering if what you thought about the stay at home culture and it, whether it was a catalyst for real estate stock. I have to say my talked about this a lot with my wife because she's a broker Corcoran group, which of large broker here large. She's a sales person and we don't see the relationship frankly, and that's because there aren't enough units being built, and that's what's keeping live on that part of the stay at home. And I'm so mad wingstop was supposed to be in that piece and I left it out and wing stops climbing. And I didn't push take two which had such an amazing quarter. All I did was say, take two's going to be really good. I wanna slap myself, but then they'll knock yourself out of alignment anyway, Jerry Missouri, Jerry. Thank you for all your great advice. Thank you, including Sonos, telling people to buy it. I just I'm caught up on this. Go ahead. We cost basis for my position is only ninety dollars and thirty eight cents your target on action alerts plus one hundred thirty dollars.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Large number cease to apply ninth front twin bucks ain't that would what it used to be. This is a non apple point, but you gotta count, you gotta count for inflation. When companies initially started costing, one hundred billion dollar barrier was considered to be wrong, stupid dangerous to buy them adjusted for inflation for back then and trillions, not that out of hand. It just sounds big by only ten while apple may have won the foot race to two trillion. It won't be a appear for long. I think you're going to start seeing Microsoft and Amazon in the same club because of how well they're doing. And among these three tech titans, I have to tell you there's a ton of pin action and you saw today within asset doing so, well, here's the bottom line like the iphone ten apple stock deserves to sell for what people willing to pay for it. When my favorite lines carpet's going with them. And apparently that's a trillion dollars. But frankly, you know what? I bet it's headed higher, maybe a lot higher end, Ian Indiana, Andy. I got a company. They had great earns last week and their quarterly report. They raised yearly guidance. You got no debt on the balance sheet. They got a new product line coming out soon. I'm not understanding the forty percent shortage or stay have, but I really like this is a long-term holding, and I want your opinion, I robot. I'll tell you why they have such a big short physician. They've been unable to demonstrate just consistent earnings and they don't tell their story and if they wanted to get the stock higher, this is where you go. This is where the investor who is not the hedge fund, flipping out of apple comes to learn things. I robot. You're welcome here Lyn in Virginia, Lynn. Hi, Jim. My name is Lynn, and I am a real estate agent in Virginia. I was watching your show last night at your feet. You're on the state home culture, and I was wondering how you think it might impact the real estate industry. Well, that's interesting. Wondering, I'm sorry, go ahead. I'm sorry, Demeter up specifically, wondering about brokerage firms, real estate brokerage firms like red fin since millennials are starting to finally buy houses and Cody was wondering if what you thought about the stay at home culture and it, whether it was a catalyst for real estate stock. I have to say my talked about this a lot with my wife because she's a broker Corcoran group, which of large broker here large. She's a sales person and we don't see the relationship frankly, and that's because there aren't enough units being built, and that's what's keeping live on that part of the stay at home. And I'm so mad wingstop was supposed to be in that piece and I left it out and wing stops climbing. And I didn't push take two which had such an amazing quarter. All I did was say, take two's going to be really good. I wanna slap myself, but then they'll knock yourself out of alignment anyway, Jerry Missouri, Jerry. Thank you for all your great advice. Thank you, including Sonos, telling people to buy it. I just I'm caught up on this. Go ahead. We cost basis for my position is only ninety dollars and thirty eight cents your target on action alerts plus one hundred thirty dollars.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

"I how to bounce back firm failure as i built my real estate empire i got very good at failing and i got even better at getting back up it seemed to me all my best successes always happened on the heels of failure i learned early to fail and i also learned that insult can be a great motivator when sister stella marie told me third grade that i'd always be stupid just because i could learn to read like the other kids i almost believed her i've been using that to constantly prove to the world that i'm smart ever since ramon simone my boyfriend and business partner left me to marry my secretary and as he when he told me you'll never succeed without me i later split that company to name mine the corcoran group and sold it for sixty six million twenty years later this great power in an insult and you can use it to prove the world wrong when my company began to grow i blew my first sixty thousand dollar profit on a great new idea was so i thought i took all our property listings and put them on videotape and call them homes on tape code for h ot hot i thought i was totally cool and it was a total flop but i heard from a navy captain husband that the government was playing war games in real time on this new government thing called the internet i through those videotapes online and so two apartments in the first week and became the first in my field selling properties on the internet and what an advantage that was i recognize it as the next big thing the thing that would change how real estate was going to be sold forever so i registered all my competitor url's in my name and waited for them to ask for them it's not that i wanted to keep them i just wanna to know when each one woke up this new thing called the internet one of my biggest competitors call last almost three years later the first time i gave a speech i lost my voice and promised myself i would never speak again but once i got over it i volunteered to teach night course at nyu on the only subject i knew how to sell real estate it was in that course that i met kerry chang and she came to work for me she was soon to become the number one salesperson and all of new york city and still holds that record today it pays big to recover from failure when i was invited to be a judge on a new show called shark tank i told the big hollywood producer that i didn't fish but mark burnett's assistant explain what the show is about and i signed the contract immediately weeks later she called to say they had changed minds and hired another woman for the lone female seep i couldn't believe it as i had already bought myself a real hollywood outfit i quickly sent the producer neil saying i consider your rejection a lucky charm all of the biggest successes in my life happened on the heels of failure and i cited my biggest turnarounds i told him i bought my own ticket on next week's plane and he should invite both.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on How I Built This

"And he said but why just say sixty six percents my lucky number and they those those accountants kill themselves to try to figure out why sixtysix wasn't till closing i got great satisfaction telling the whole bunch of oh was my looking number and it was proved it did you when you sold the company did you did you regret it i would have to answer that honestly on some level yes and in a more important level not i felt enormous sense of freedom to be a phenomenal mother and so that was exactly what i wanted and i had the norma satisfaction of knowing i head become the queen of new york real estate in financial now set for life that point yes but i never understood how much i loved the people i worked with and how much that team meant to me it was my lifeblood i had found them recruited them train them lived with them gotten through good times bed times i had sales managers eleven of them that i don't and they doored me we were at such a tight team and i felt terribly lonely and i really thought i was going to get depressed and probably needed to shrink because i really didn't know what to do with myself i yearned for good morning good morning good morning barbara and all of the hoopla that went with being somebody in a business it was gone so that part i thought what did i do what did i do to myself until of course i i don't wanna say reinvented myself starting all over again and trying to build a new career i'm that's that's the thing right because obviously you did go on and build a second career because i think most people listening to this would know you as as one of the sharks on shark tank not as the head of of corcoran group.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the digital age hey welcome back to how i vote this from npr and garage choked at this point in barber's story she may have thought she was going to be the queen of new york real estate but who's going to be an uphill battle chee broken up with ramon the split everything up she had a pink princess thrown in her new office and she had to figure out how to get more attention for company him one of the world's most competitive markets i distinctly remember the day i sat and pause and said to myself we are going to be successful what happened i came up with the idea of taking ours eleven sales for the year now we had 11 sales so far whatever time of the year that was in dividing by eleven which was good i was always good eleven times table and i came up with an average sale price and i typed on piece of paper and i named after myself the court the report and it looked lonely one number average apartment price i didn't even say corcoran group bunches puts average new york city upfront price and on the top i put the corcoran report and then i thought it needed something more extinct empty and i put a market i can remember some longwinded like market report of conditions and trends in the great in new york city market heiress on the wall thing to fill up the page and i mailed it out to everyone row for the new york times that day everyone and i never heard from the times at all but about two weeks later i opened up the real seats she which was a child gandel thick portion of maine generated an automobile section for the new york times before the inch and i opened it up and the front page red new york city prices hit alltime low because we're in a recession again and the first line said according of barbara corcoran i knew mike this was going to success how did you now barbara how to even run this business i mean i know we're talking now knighton early 1980's and you've been working with ray for a few years but i mean you don't have an mba you don't have formal business background eyes right that as you know how to you know had to.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women

WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women

"The spend time with alexa than make what's news part of your flash briefing on the amazon echo the wall street journal listen ambitiously your listening to secrets of wealthy women from the wall street journal barbara corcoran is a businesswoman investor consultant and television personality best known for being a shark investor on abc's shark tank at 2003 barber barred one thousand dollars and quit her job as a waitress distorted a real estate company in new york city over the next quartercentury she turned that loan into a five billion dollar real estate business the corcoran group barber is also a motivational an inspirational speaker and author of the best seller shark tells how i turn one thousand dollars into a billion dollar business so barber you were very young when you started your own company and that was really unusual for women at that time so i'm just wondering how you got the courage to do that will actually takes a lot less courage to start young with us as you know you're young you too stupid to know any better you've never fallen over bridge hit your head you don't know what to expect so i was dumb and happy and naive and it's really the best time to start any business what's your advice for women who are thinking that their life just isn't enough they want something more out of that 'cause i've heard you talk about that impasse interviews that you just want something more for yourself so what would you say to them well i would say if you're not happy with what you're doing and i don't mean one hundred percent happy but 95 percent happy we get up in the morning we feed on the floor and you're excited to go to work he ought to change it i mean why would you waste another year of your life doing something that is in totally fulfilling a what stands in most people's way is fear an analysis i think when you analyse things to death ios come up with the rightful conclusion that you shouldn't change that's it and it's the wrong conclusion because he not listened to you.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"So great to have your thank you for coming on i guess i'd say goodbye i've got a medal okay you can look at it he's arrows pointing as he addressed as colonel sanders for halloween he can get a final santa's yeah it may i just mentioned to you i would have never guessed he'd be a gay guy you don't seem like a real gay guys see yoela list talk stereo the holy a don't kept me going really well on what's your nationality by the way kidding i couldn't be gay or if my was garrison aching me okay i usually have that gaidar thing going oh no you guys hanging around me too much gators way i'll relay however shirt well k could have had a wife jessie in then they were talking earlier about before it could can we just have another moment because i okay thank you two minutes boss here anyway my name's on her days dashers colonel would last night i went out with some friends and we had were i like to call a new york night you you our so saddam as you are new york new york is the corcoran group is just so new york and you are in new york what is it about this city let me do you still get turned on living in the city this city is a miracle emotion tacos yeah here's what's great about new york from my perspective it's a city that values change above all things it's a city that wants to know what you could do for me not lately but now rain puts a value on the immediacy of what is possible and what can you actually pull out of your but that kind of a thing right so in new york city what i loved is it had so much room for newcomer he's a kid out of h water who has no right playing with the big guys know ray joining the boys club which i never did buy competed until i beat them and it was welcome to me it was like she can do something different she's more creative she and it it it had enough of vitality to it that it enabled me to build a business any other city i would have never been as successful as i was here new york i love new york it.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

Success! How I Did This

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on Success! How I Did This

"Before she was famous for shark tank or her new york real estate empire barbara corcoran was one of ten kids in a working class new jersey family we watch my father get fired and hired and fired and hired must have interviewed well he would always come home and tell the story as to why he was fired always came down to the same bottom line he would tell mrs stein weird take that job and shove it up with a son don't shy and we go a dad if nothing else she learned how to take her if she started with a thousand dollar loan firmer then boyfriend to go into the real estate business then they broke up and the company broke up and she felt her half into the corcoran group a real feat behemoth but she sold for sixty six million dollars in two thousand one from there she landed a spot cohosting the hit reality tv show shark tank a circa corcoran about all that plus how she stands out in a competitive field her advice was pretty controversial i wore bright colored suits short skirts at great legs that was my best acid i flaunted the no no doubt about it all that more is coming up on this episode of success i get it from business insider i mouthwashon sean by the time she started her real estate brokerage firm at age twentythree barbara corcoran had already had over twenty jobs i was a playground supervisor i was an assistant lifeguard at the kitty pool i was on a dispatcher for the bergen evening record delivering papers at night and you know we dropped the bundles at night you drive the truck that was fun and the most important thing that i learned the most from was waitressing had so many waitressing jobs the keep everybody happy is a commission base business if you smile may people happy got bigger tip yet do five things at once he had a staring eyes i learned a lot through waitressing and it seems like your mother was a particularly big influence on years was really organized he ran that house time kids like she was a natural sergeant and so what kind of lessons to learn from her that you think of helps you and your career well.

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"corcoran group" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women

WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"corcoran group" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women

"I'm barbara corcoran on my real say opel musharqa investor on abc's shark tank and i also started a company name the corker group i never see myself as a woman at work i just ignored the fact there was a female i saw my competitors is exactly that they were my competitors they'll had suits but i didn't think oh well they're man and i'm a woman i never had those thoughts i thought their my competitors and i'm common a get it since simple as that this is secrets of wealthy women from the wall street journal helping women empower themselves financially now veronica dagger barbara corcoran is a businesswoman investor consultant and television personality best known for being a shark investor on abc's shark tank at 2003 barber barred one thousand dollars and quit her job as a waitress distorted a real estate company in new york city over the next quartercentury she turned not loan into a five billion dollar real estate business the corcoran group barber is also a motivational an inspirational speaker and author of the best seller shark tells how i turn one thousand dollars into a billion dollar business suburban are you were very young when you started your own company and that was really unusual for women at that time so i'm just wondering how you got the courage to do well actually takes a lot less courage to start young with us as you know you're young you too stupid to any better you've never fallen off a bridge hit your head you don't know what to expect so i was dumb and happy and naive and it's really the best time to start any business what's your advice for women who are thinking that their life just isn't enough they want something more out of that 'cause i've heard you talk about that impasse interviews that you just want something more for yourself so what would you say to them well i would say if you're not happy with what you're doing and i don't mean one hundred percent happy but 95 percent happy we get up in the morning we feed on the floor and.

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