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Pursuing Freedom is a place you'll find the inspiration and advice you need to take your real estate business to the next level! You will hear from the most successful realtors nationwide, as we explore the habits, strategies, and mindsets of the top producers. We discuss real life challenges, niche markets, goal setting, team building, daily routines, and more! Our mission at Pursuing Freedom is to "build a life you don't need a vacation from," and live the life of your dreams.

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Dec 13, 2019

As a full-service realtor, Cory’s business philosophy is to give first. This simple notion allows him to establish a level of trust with his clients, which permeates their entire relationship.  He knows it is an honor and privilege to represent his clients in achieving their goals and dreams. This humble attitude sets...


Dec 6, 2019

Todd Narlinger, founder and owner of Madison & Company Properties, is a highly acclaimed, award-winning Realtor in the Denver Metro Area. He began his 25 year career as a Broker Associate with RE/MAX Masters, and in 1995 was honored as RE/MAX Masters Rookie of the Year. Since 1998, Todd has sold over $25 million dollars...


Nov 29, 2019

Erin Bradley is a speaker and business coach, bestselling author, and host of the real estate podcast Pursuing Freedom. As a mortgage lender, Erin learned the hard way just how hard entrepreneurship and success in sales can be. From flat broke to 6 figures, and then to burnout, Erin and her team have been through it...


Nov 22, 2019

For Kelli Phillips, real estate is about more than just selling houses; it is about helping families achieve their goals. Her philosophy is simple. Give value, try to help every person you meet, and sales will come as a byproduct. By providing her clients with an unforgettable experience, she then grows her referral...


Nov 15, 2019

In 2007, I became self-employed in pursuit of "freedom and flexibility." Unfortunately, I did so with no game plan and no safety net to speak of. By 2008, I was so broke, I had to ride my bicycle to meet a new client as I didn't have money for gas. When my card was declined for a small coffee as the client walked...