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The Secret to ZERO Failures - Season Finale | Monday Mantra

This may be the most important Mantra I have ever done and its the season finale too!

This is not just a roadmap for business, its a roadmap for life. I will be covering the struggles from my UK roots, coming to America, Buddhism, The "Burning Bush" moment of clarity and many other milestones. BUT I will also be covering my experience with my spiritual guide, my spiritual herbalist, transcendental meditation. There may be points where you think "Whoa Pete has lost it" but I assure you its all spoken with the truest sincerity I can muster.

After a decade or more of practice and application the techniques talked about have culminated in I now have no failure and ultimate freedom. I know this one is out there for sure but its given to you with nothing but the heartfelt desire to show you what took me years to discover and that has utterly and unimaginably shaped my life infinitely for the better. Thanks for being watching and for being part of the rebellion.

L.O.V.E. PL

How to Stay Relevant & at the Top of Your Game - Monday Mantra

In this weeks mantra I drill down on some of the fundamentals of staying relevant. For me business is a daily evolution that moves incrementally everyday and if we don’t stay on top of that evolution we can drift very easily and head toward being irrelevant without even being aware. In this video I go over the how I stay on top of everything by giving you a whole bag of tips and techniques that I use myself. Thanks so much for being here and for being part of the rebellion Love PL


The Snapshot #101: Authenticity In Real Estate Marketing (HomeSnap Podcast)

I got into real estate investing in LA in the early 2000s. It occurred to me at the time that I was constantly being approached by my music industry friends. Almost by necessity, I got my license in order to serve those friends. I ended up with the nickname the "rock-and-roll realtor" because I helped a lot of people in the music business.

I had my creative crowd, and worked in a corporate environment. The corporate stuff didn't work for me, and I didn't like it. I was "ok" in both aspects, and miserable. I decided I had to do it my way.

So, I went all in with the creatives. My crowd knew me as the t-shirt, jeans, and glasses guy - not one of the hundreds of guys in suits. When I went all in with who I am, my client base skyrocketed. I spoked to people honestly and I treated my clients like family. I ended up being #1 KW agent in 2010 in LA, used that to springboard my own company, PLG.

I'd much rather appeal to a small group of people. I vibe with my creatives. I always say, "You have to have just the amount of crazy to work with me."

Hashtags. Use them. Geo-tags. Use them. IG Stories. Use, a lot.

Don't post for the competition, post to be creative. I put stuff out that I really like and really believe in.

What's the goal of all this? How do you decide whether it's all worth it? The truth is this: I've had multiple careers and the common thread running through all of them is -- if I'm excited to get out of bed in the morning and do it, it's right. When I'm planning my media for the week, I find it all incredibly enjoyable. I have a gut instinct that I MUST do this--I'm future-proofing my business and my brand for things to come.

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