ADHD Reeling In Real Estate, Family & Fishing w/ Rett Harmon
Rett Harmon wasn’t diagnosed with ADHD until he was in college, where he studied Real Estate. Now co-owner of Century 21 Novus, he actively sells real estate and leads his Team- Rettro Group. His previous team closed 226 transactions in 2017 so the man stays super busy! He likes video marketing, blogging for publications, and speaking at industry events, but additionally he’s an Amazon Best Selling Author, Eagle Scout, (my personal favorite), has ownership in 9 companies, and loves raising money via Reels for Easter Seals. So we talk today about how he balances it all, and his story of success. Enjoy!
In this episode Peter and Rett discuss:
1:32- Intro and welcome Rett!
2:00- You didn’t get diagnosed until you were in college- what was it like for you growing up?
2:42- What did your college professor notice about you, exactly?
3:29- What’s an average day like for you?
4:47- What do you do to keep yourself centered?
5:32- How does ADHD affect you positively? Negatively?
6:25- How do you switch your brain from “Work Mode” to Family Mode” -especially with a hectic, never-stop career in Real Estate?
7:29- Talk to me about your personal self care, and how you get your dopamine fix.
8:19- Do you see any signs of ADD/ADHD in your kids?
10:30- What would you tell a parent who’s kid was just diagnosed with ADHD?
13:50- Do you have any funny stories about how ADHD has affected your life?
14:55- How can people find you Rett? Facebook, INSTA, [email protected]
15:46- Thank you Rett and Thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening! You can always reach me at [email protected] or @petershankman on all of the socials. Also at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials.
16:18- Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits
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