I wonder if Nyree Ewings ever dreamed of doing this well when she started as a real estate receptionist at 17…
Well hi everyone and welcome back to the show
I’m in Sydney after a long flight from Toronto and it’s great to be in Australia for Real Estate RECHARGE
this week on the Gold Coast before I head to Melbourne to catch up with friends and family whom I haven’t seen for quite some time.
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Now… lets get into our interview.
When we were planning our speaker lineup for RECHARGE, we wanted to feature a younger woman because we felt that element had been missing from past events and with so many young women getting into real estate, we thought it was important to have someone like that share their story.
When I asked my business partner, Luke Newton if he could think of anyone, he immediately suggested Nyree Ewings.
My observation is that so many young women come into real estate but so many struggle.
Nyree started as office receptionist at the age of 17 and started to learn more about life as a real estate professional by studying the success of others and grabbing opportunities as they came up.
I think Nyree’s exciting story is inspirational for not just young women, but anyone starting out.
I like the way she identifies the character traits; attitude and personal disciplines that have helped her become a top earner and top agent in her market.
And just before I play my interview with Nyree, I’d like to apologize for the background noise you’ll hear.
When I think of a good question while my guest is speaking, I write it down. Neither Nyree nor I were typing during this interview so I have no idea where the keyboard sound effects are coming from.