Ep 128: Using Motivational Tactics to Drive Business and Personal Success with Lance Pendleton

On this episode of Bridging the Gap, Lance Pendleton, Real Estate Coach and TEDx Motivational Speaker, joins Matt to talk through everything from collecting quotes on his iPhone to the need for change in the real estate industry. 

Lance talks through his career journey, the power of relationships, and the wisdom he’s gained from others along that journey. He dives into how he uses a holistic view to help people become better in their profession. 

Lance shares his thoughts on gratitude journaling, the importance of the small things, setting boundaries, and improving our time management skills. 

Lance Pendleton Bio:

With over fifteen years of experience in companies from Compass, Sotheby’s, (the once cool) Blockbuster, and Apple and with a deep understanding of the psychology of human behavior, Lance helps sales professionals remove the blockers to their growth and development.

As a TEDx speaker, consultant, and leader in his field, Lance is on a mission to help exceptional leaders stop overcomplicating things and simplify what matters.

Most recently, the National Head of Agent Strategy and Success for Compass, Lance, helped drive business growth and success for over 30,000 real estate agents across the country. Lance specializes in the psychology of human behavior, with a focus on developing business professionals who can humanize relationships and anticipate a client’s needs.

Formerly the Head of Agent Development at Compass and Chief Innovation Officer for the largest Sotheby’s Realty affiliate in the world, he has also worked as a corporate sales trainer, business development specialist, speaker, and consultant.


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