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Learning from Failures and Having a Plan w/Andy Green

Lars Hedenborg    November 5, 2019



Successful entrepreneurs must deal with challenges in order to expand their business and life.

What were their mistakes, and how can you learn from them?

How can you grow your business without sacrificing time with loved ones?

On this episode, Andy Green of Green Group Real Estate shares the mistakes he’s learned from throughout his business journey.


Three Things You'll Learn from Andy Green

  • Make sure you’re articulating exactly what you expect from your team. It’s easy to get caught up in what you think should happen, but unless you communicate that, you’re not going to see the results you want.

  • Be sure to stay top of mind for clients past and present. You can do this by sending them video content. Unlike emails, which are usually impersonal, sending videos helps people get to know, like and trust you— and ultimately build profitable relationships with you as a result.

  • Don’t fall into the trap of thinking you need to do all the work in your business. Wherever you can, trade your money for time.


There are a lot of challenges that business owners have to face, and it’s inevitable that you’ll run into a problem somewhere along your journey to business freedom. However, learning from others’ mistakes can help you navigate those problems more easily. Focus on being a good leader and treating your company like the business it is. However, remember to prioritize the things that matter to you. Success requires a balance.


When growing a team there will be aches and pains, but why sacrifice your time longer than needed and in the wrong areas? REBS is here to help you grow, and grow your team, so you can get the true balance in your life back. Do you want help?


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