Matt Brower, Managing Broker at Column Commercial says, “Josh is great at cultivating integrity and identifying ways to make business run more smoothly. We are mutually aligned in many ways. I am very excited to be working together!”
Katie Brinkley is the Founder of Next Step Social Communications, a boutique marketing agency. In addition, she is the host of the Rocky Mountain Marketing podcast. Recently, Matt Brower had the honor of being a guest on Katie's show. In this podcast episode they discuss Matt's journey as a real estate broker and business owner. Matt admits he has always been intrigued by the psychology of successful entrepreneurs and he shares some of what he has learned from them and experienced for himself. Check out some of the cool advice he offers in the episode link below.
CCP recently represented Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center (RMCLC) with their lease renewal in Denver. RMCLC advocates for children who have experienced trauma or instability. Services include both direct legal representation and larger systemic reform to ensure that children have the safety, stability, support, and opportunity they need to thrive. RMCLC has been around for almost 40 years and has helped over 25,000 children in the rocky mountain region. Thank you, RMCLC, for all that you do for Colorado's children in need!
Whatever your Thanksgiving looks like this year, we wish you a happy one. During this holiday season we are reminded to
Our Managing Broker, Matt Brower, recently had the opportunity to be a guest on the podcast SHOP TALK: The Real Estate Show! SHOP TALK discusses topics surrounding real estate with the intent to help other professionals working in the industry. The show was created by a company called The CE Shop, which offers real estate education, exam preparation, licensing, and continuing education courses online. In this episode, Matt offers a few suggestions for blooming entrepreneurs. Also, he and Jon Forisha, the host of the show, discuss some of the issues and possibilities that are surfacing for professionals amidst the pandemic.
What started out as a coping mechanism for fear transformed into survival, personal development, leadership as well as a livelihood AND a devotion to other human beings. In this episode, learn what led Eliot Marshall to become a professional mixed martial arts fighter, business owner at Easton Training Center, and TEDX speaker. He addresses the difference between running from our fears and hiding them from others versus facing our fears and having the courage to reveal them to others. Listen, as he offers some great advice for all of us who are coping with the current events in our world.
Fear is one potential response to actual or perceived threats. Often it is fear that stands in the way of our potential, our desires, and our purpose. Facing our fears can be tough. It may be the hardest and darkest work we’ll ever do. Mike Valentine’s job is to help us face the fears that hold us back from what we would like to do and provide guidance to remove the obstacles from our path.