Date(s) - 10/30/2018 - 10/31/2018
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Presented by The Pacific Institute® in partnership with GCAAR
The Pacific Institute® offers a unique open class of TPI’s acclaimed Thought Patterns for High Performance® FIVE.ZERO course. Facilitated by industry veteran, Rick Brown, participants will leave with heightened self-confidence, develop internal self-motivation skills, become more accountable in all aspects of their lives and develop goal and end result oriented processes. They will develop effective decision-making skills and learn methods for building resiliency and accelerate achievement.
$595 includes 2 day presentation, video resource guide, audio assimilation journal, and affirmation software for mobile devices. Participants will have coffee and juice in am and a box lunch of their choice for lunch (included).
($495 tuition for prior graduates of TPI classes. $100 discount for groups or offices of 10 or more.)
ABOUT THOUGHT PATTERNS FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE® FIVE.ZERO
The key to lasting change is that it starts on the inside and then moves to the outside. If you want lasting change, you don’t manipulate the environment. Instead, you modify the foundation of beliefs, habits and expectations that drive performance. This results in changes that not only last, but that spill over into every aspect of life, both personal and professional. What is more, these are changes that people embrace instead of resist.
The question now becomes, what are those barriers that are keeping us from success? It turns out that a lot of our success has to do with the way that we think – our mindset. Thought Patterns for High Performance® FIVE.ZERO is the latest in a long line of mindset empowering programs from The Pacific Institute®. Building on five decades of high performance programs, scientifically-driven and internationally-proven, TPHP FIVE.ZERO provides the mindsetting tools that enhance individual, team and organizational success.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Rick Brown has built a successful career in the real estate industry over the past 40+ years as an agent, broker, manager, owner, developer and performance consultant. As a residential agent, he was co-founder of a successful family business, manager of both a regional and a national commercial firm and partner in a development company.
He has served as the founder and Dean of the Washington DC Realtors Institute, where he has taught for over 30 years. With the National Association of Realtors, he has served as a Director and National Committee Chairman, member of Strategic Planning and Executive Committees and as Regional Vice President. He has been recognized as the “Realtor Associate of the Year” by both the Montgomery County and the Maryland Association of Realtors and as the “Realtor of the Year” by the Washington DC Association.
Rick became a facilitator of the TPI curriculum in 1978 and joined the Institute as the National Real Estate Project Director in 1990. His clients have included The National Association of Realtors, Coldwell Banker, Century 21 International, Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, The Government Services Administration and hundreds of real estate firms throughout the country. His clients, with a stronger sense of purpose and an expanded vision throughout the organization, have consistently shown growth in team morale, manager and agent retention, market share and net profit.
He also brought the TPI curriculum to the US Naval Academy Athletic Association, the Internal Revenue Service, the National Association of Counties and Long Beach Bank.
Rick is an entertaining, thought provoking and insightful public speaker. His audiences and students are challenged to action and leave the sessions determined to make positive improvements in their business and personal lives. The years of experience in recruiting, hiring, training and managing real estate agents toward a vision of success brings “real world” expertise to a company, board or State Association.