Sponsored by Timms Real Estate
A name synonymous with success in sales across the Southern, Western and Hills suburbs, Timms Real Estate principals Valerie & Adam Timms are turning their attention towards helping other agents, even competitors, build wealth for themselves, without needing to work longer.
Dubbed the “Timms Experience Night”, the event hosts a number of exceptional speakers & presenters who would fit into a speaker lineup for an AREC event.
Adam Timms says the event is not part of a recruitment drive, instead it’s about sharing what he & wife Valerie have learned about successful wealth creation as a business person in real estate to allow less time spent at work, and more personal time.
“We are much older and a little wiser these days. Our children are growing up in front of our eyes and we are starting to realise the true value of time. Meaningful time. Family time. Why are we working so hard? Why do we count hours worked as a badge of honour?”
Adam says agents should be aware of their time spent working, in order to enjoy more time off from working.
“This event is to show real estate professionals they can have (more time away from work) if they are aware of their time and spend work hours in dollar productive activities. We want to show people the opportunity they have to earn what they are worth with solid training and experienced mentoring.”
Speakers including Christina Guidotti (author “How to Have it All” & “Sell It Like You Mean It” & Telstra Business Awards Finalist), Ty Read (Activate Growth – real estate consultancy specialist, previously a keynote for REA group in SA), & Andrew Lange of REA Group.
The event also includes a panel of speakers hosted by Ty Read, including Valerie Timms (Principal Timms Real Estate) & Jason Mills (REISA Gold Medal Winner 2016 / 2017), Ainsley Cahoon (Sales Manager Timms Real Estate) & Sean Muxlow (Rookie Sales Consultant with Timms Real Estate).
The event is open to both current industry members and anyone thinking of starting their career in real estate, which Timms hopes will make a positive difference to those who attend.
“We want to be proud of our industry and give people opportunities. We want to look back and know we have made a difference in people’s lives.”
Tickets for the free event can be ordered here.