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Ace Weekly

Nov 13, 2019

This week, Andrew interviews the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, Christopher Stuart. Chris, who is currently responsible for leading the largest residential brokerage company in the United States, shares his wisdom on performing at a high level in business, entrepreneurship, and real estate. What’s interesting about Chris’s perspective is how tangible his advice is on climbing the ladder of high performance. He genuinely believes that nothing just comes naturally, and even the most intangible skill sets are able to be learned over time. Stuart and Andrew discuss there importance of leveraging relationships, developing likability and trustworthiness, being intentional with everything you do, and the nature of succeeding with others as a team rather than relying on a competitive drive to beat everyone else. His advice is very different than the traditional self-help gurus found in the personal growth space. You won’t want to miss this one!
00:19- Intro
3:00- Introducing our guest Chris Stuart, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services
06:00- Learning teamwork and group accomplishments at a young age 
10:30- Likability and establishing trust
14:30- The desire to be great from role models growing up
19:00- Pursuing a career out of college
24:30- Developing discipline in what you are doing
27:00- Chris’s career path out of college and finding relational opportunities 
33:30- Keys to accelerating your career
41:30- Developing Work/Life Balance
45:30- What separates top performers?
48:00- How to develop the intangible skills that get you to the top
55:00- The value of learning from your peers over relying on self-help gurus
58:00- Driving culture in a massive organization 
1:00:00- Navigating the current real estate industry