DGS 162: Client Success- Jon & Sonia Schmitt Interview

At DoorGrow, we love highlighting client success and wins. The Schmitts are a great example of clients who put in the work and get the results. Since joining the program, they have DOUBLED their PM portfolio!

In this episode, property management growth expert Jason Hull interviews Jon and Sonia Schmitt from True Patriot Property Management in Florida and gains their valuable perspective on adding doors, growing a PM business, and being a part of the DoorGrow and Scale Mastermind.

You’ll Learn…

[01:06] Today’s Guests: Jon and Sonia Schmitt of True Patriot

[02:30] Discovering and Getting Started with DoorGrow

[04:39] The Results and Major Lessons: What Has Changed Since DoorGrow?

[07:28] Your Personal and Business ‘Why’

[12:29] Finding Clarity in Your Business

[14:17] What’s Next for the Schmitts?

[22:04] Where Would Jon and Sonia be Without DoorGrow?

[0[26:55] Wrapping up: How to Grow Your PM Business like Jon and Sonia


“The business exists to serve you.”

“Everything has to start with the sales and going after the right clientele that we want in our niche.”

“I find entrepreneurs, we have two speeds. We feel stuck or we feel like we’re in momentum, and in momentum feels like life to us.”

“If you don’t have the business of your dreams and the team of your dreams yet, you’re not the person that can run it yet.”


DoorGrow and Scale Mastermind

DoorGrow Academy

DoorGrow on YouTube



TalkRoute Referral Link


[00:00:00] Jon Schmitt: You definitely changed me. You definitely did. Thinking, my focus, everything. I mean the name, just everything. 

[00:00:07] Jason Hull: All right. Welcome DoorGrow Hackers to the #DoorGrowShow. If you are a property management entrepreneur that wants to add doors, make a difference, increase revenue, help others impact lives, and you are interested in growing your business and life, and you’re open to doing things a bit differently, then you are a DoorGrow Hacker.

[00:00:27] DoorGrow Hackers love the opportunities, daily variety, unique challenges, and freedom that property management brings. Many in real estate think you’re crazy for doing it. You think they’re crazy for not because you realize that property management is the ultimate, high trust gateway to real estate deals, relationships, and residual income.

[00:00:46] At DoorGrow, we are on a mission to transform property management business owners and their businesses. We want to transform the industry, eliminate the BS, build awareness, change perception, expand the market and help the best property management entrepreneurs win. I’m your host property management growth expert, Jason Hull, the founder and CEO of DoorGrow.

[00:01:06] Now, let’s get into the show. And today’s guests, I have two guests here today hanging out with me and it’s the Schmitts, right? So I’ve got Jon and Sonia Schmitt, and they are clients in our mastermind program. And why don’t I let you two kind of introduce yourself?

[00:01:27] Jon Schmitt: I’m Jon. 

[00:01:30] Sonia Schmitt: I’m Sonia. 

[00:01:31] Jason Hull: Awesome. So why don’t you give people a little bit of background on yourselves, like getting into property management and what you’ve got going on currently. 

[00:01:39] Jon Schmitt: All right. Well, getting into property management, you know, just all started when I started buying properties back, you know, 28 years ago. Just driving around in a station wagon with my lawn mower, cutting grass, that kind of stuff.

[00:01:52] And then, uh, you know, became a real estate agent a couple of years later started managing properties for some other out-of-state people ’cause the company I worked for allowed that. And I figured, you know, it’s income without having to do any deals. So struggling to be a real estate agent, property management was a paycheck every single month. So that’s how I got started. And then Sonia, she has been a landlord as well from way back. And once we met, I already had an established business, which was dwindling away. Then she came on board, and we kind of held steady and we weren’t growing, and then here we are with you. So that’s pretty much our background. 

[00:02:39] Jason Hull: How’d you hear about DoorGrow? 

[00:02:41] Jon Schmitt: I seen you on Facebook. 

[00:02:43] Jason Hull: Okay. And so you saw some Facebook and then… what’s that? 

[00:02:47] Sonia Schmitt: I was saying, I think he seen you on Facebook for a long period of time. 

[00:02:51] Jon Schmitt: I was stalking you.

[00:02:52] Sonia Schmitt: He was a stalker. 

[00:02:54] Jason Hull: Yeah. Okay, cool. I like stalkers ’cause they’re like nurturing themselves over time. And then when they come to us, they’re really excited. I mean, you’re not just going to sign up right away, right? So you saw us on Facebook, and how many doors did you have at the time you decided to start with us and what challenges were you dealing with then?

[00:03:14] Jon Schmitt: I think we had about, um, forty or so. Most of our business was from foreclosures, from homeowners associations, and condo associations. I made a contact with a couple of attorneys and they were just throwing it at me and throwing out the owners that weren’t paying their fees, getting foreclosed on.

[00:03:35] And then I was turning the properties around, getting them rented and collecting rents and doing the maintenance because the homeowners associations and their managers, their management companies, are not landlords. So, I established myself as a landlord. So that’s what they needed. And I exploded from there.

[00:03:54] But then when the banks were taking over and I was losing business, right at that time, Sonia came into the picture. We kind of stabilized, but then we needed to grow. And I said, “Hey, Sonia, look at this guy on Facebook.” and here we are today. 

[00:04:10] Jason Hull: What’d you think Sonia, like, who is this cat? 

[00:04:13] Sonia Schmitt: Oh, I thought you were phenomenal from the– from the moment– from the moment I heard you first speak and I was intrigued and excited. You brought excitement back and direction. 

[00:04:27] Jon Schmitt: I should leave you two alone.

[00:04:29] Sonia Schmitt: He’s a card. He’s always a card. You never know what’s going to come out of his mouth. 

[00:04:39] Jason Hull: So we love having Jon on the calls because Jon is so funny. Like you just, you say the funniest things. So John, Sonia, you started at that level of doors and you had some challenges. What’s changed? Like what’s been happening in the business since then?

[00:04:56] Jon Schmitt: Well, since we hooked up with you, you totally changed our direction. You change the way we think. You’re changing the way we operate. You’ve changed our brand. We kind of did that immediately. I mean, you really pointed out a lot of my own personal flaws, which, you said one thing where I was beside myself. You called me low value. I couldn’t believe it. 

[00:05:23] Jason Hull: Did I call you low value?

[00:05:24] Jon Schmitt: You called me low value! Hence the TalkRoute. And now I don’t like it, but I’m going to go back to low value, but I’ll figure that out at a later time. 

[00:05:33] Jason Hull: I don’t, I don’t know that I called you low value. I want you to be high-value. 

[00:05:38] Jon Schmitt: And I want to be that. And when you did my son, Alex was laughing, and he keeps teasing me. He’s like, “You’re low value.” And you’ll love that. 

[00:05:49] Jason Hull: You tell him to watch it. You tell him to watch it.

[00:05:51] Jon Schmitt: Oh yeah. 

[00:05:52] Jason Hull: He needs to respect his elders. 

[00:05:55] Jon Schmitt: You’ve changed our direction. You really made an impact and changed our direction, and it seems to be working. We have to do the work. You have the ideas. You tell us the ideas, we do the work, and we’re starting to get results. Hence, Alex landed a deal through a realtor. And the lady went with our premium services. And that was Alex. He’s very proud of himself. 

[00:06:16] Sonia Schmitt: Yeah. 

[00:06:17] Jason Hull: Awesome. Yeah. We revamped your pricing. 

[00:06:20] Jon Schmitt: Yes, yes. 

[00:06:22] Jason Hull: Right. So you’re making on average more money per deal. You have more offerings that are a better fit for different types of clients.

[00:06:31] So how many doors are you at right now? 

[00:06:33] Jon Schmitt: What do we have? Like 80? 

[00:06:35] Sonia Schmitt: 79. 

[00:06:36] Jon Schmitt: 79 doors. 

[00:06:39] Jason Hull: Yeah. I mean we’re getting close to doubling, right? What- what’d you start with? What’d you say? 

[00:06:45] Jon Schmitt: Like 40. 

[00:06:46] Jason Hull: I mean, we’re just right there. 

[00:06:48] Jon Schmitt: Right. When we met you, we kicked a couple of sisters to the curb. You know, we were talking about firing them and then after talking to you, we said, “You know what?” Sonia said, “We’re done.” Fired. They were a little pissed off, you know, when we gave him 30 days notice and they couldn’t believe it, but we needed to do it. And it was probably– yeah, it was like almost 20 doors. So we took a hit, but we were okay with the hit. We’re better now. 

[00:07:15] Jason Hull: Yeah. So you had 40. I told you to get rid of 20. So you were at 20 and now you’re at 79. You’re almost at 80. 

[00:07:26] Jon Schmitt: Right. 

[00:07:28] Jason Hull: And so that’s incredible. So that’s awesome. What do you feel like for those that haven’t been in the program, what do you feel like is the most significant thing that you’ve been getting out of this?

[00:07:40] Sonia Schmitt: Oh, I mean, for me and Jon handles most of the sales as of right now, but for me it was developing your ‘why.’ Why are you doing this? It’s the weekly meetings that we have. We get ideas from you. We get ideas from other property managers that are located throughout the United States on things that are working, things that are not working. And it’s the focus. I think, you know, you talked about the “5 currencies” and focus. And I think the focus has– it’s now laser sharp versus before it was very dull. Okay. So now we have focus. We’re a little bit scattered because we’re trying to do multiple different things, but we’re laser focused in on the how and the why.

[00:08:37] And I also think accountability. Conversations. Where are you at? Tell me what you’re struggling with. You know, what, what is your direction? I think that you come up with innovative ideas, which I think that is at the top of the game of different things that are gonna make us be able to succeed, make more money in collapsed time. And that’s the one thing that I am working on is collapsing time so I can be more effective, more efficient. And I think with Jon, just– gosh, it’s the motivation behind it all. And like I said, being laser focused on what you’re going after, why you’re going after it. And you know, Alex and I went to a property and it’s like, ‘oh, I’m not sure. I’m not sure.’ And I ended up and I liked it, but when I first seen him and I met him kind of like the location, and I didn’t know what the inside looked like I just looked at him and I said, “I don’t know if I’m going to take this or not.” I said, “just be prepared,” you know? But again, we don’t want all properties. We want to know and go after our client health. And we want that to be narrowed in and focused on, which is going to give us the most bang for our buck. 

[00:09:57] Jason Hull: Yeah. Yeah. Some of the stuff for people that are not in the program might sound a little fluffy and woo woo, right? Like “we figured out our ‘why,’ and like collapsing time… and you know, people in the program, they get it. So what would you say to those people that are not in this? Like, how has figuring out what your motivation or your ‘why?’ How has that shifted what happens in the business? 

[00:10:21] Sonia Schmitt: We’re just not going for anybody any longer. We’re not taking on clients because those clients end up taking a lot of our time. You know, you don’t want a homeowner, right? Or a landlord. You want a specific landlord within a certain location that takes care of their properties that cares about their tenants. So it becomes more focused. So, you know, and you then can drive your business with more focus in that direction. 

[00:10:51] Jason Hull: Yeah. So you’ve got a lot more clarity on the avatar that you’re kind of targeting and going after now. And so, surprise, you’re getting more of that type of person as a client, right?

[00:11:02] Sonia Schmitt: Yes. Yes.

[00:11:04] Jason Hull: And really at the core, for those that are watching or listening to this now or later, understanding the ‘why’ may sound like fluffy sort of weird stuff, but understanding why you started as a business and the motivation behind it and what type of clients you want to be working with.

[00:11:21] I mean, the business exists to serve you. And I’m sure that it’s starting to feel a bit more like that, like that instead of you serving the business, which doesn’t feel very fun, now you’re starting to shift into “the business is serving us and our needs and desires.” Does that sound accurate? 

[00:11:40] Sonia Schmitt: Yeah, absolutely.

[00:11:42] I think we were very scattered before all over the place. Now we are focused in on– we have different buckets that we’re going after. And we may not have everything checked off, but it brings clarity with the mastermind group of what needs to be done first. It’s kind of like, yeah, I may handle the operations and the accounting, but without the sales, there is no operations or accounting. There is no maintenance. There is none of that. Everything has to start with the sales and going after the right clientele that we want in our niche. 

[00:12:20] Jason Hull: Now I’m sure. Before you signed up, there was no shortage of a to-do list of things you felt needed to be done in the business, right? 

[00:12:28] Jon Schmitt: Right. 

[00:12:29] Jason Hull: I mean, every business we have endless to do lists. It’s like a “to-die” list for us as entrepreneurs. So coming into the program, it sounds like just really helped you get clarity. And we talk about this a lot in the program, like really focusing on where’s the biggest pain first and assessing things. I talk about going through the core functions of the business and figuring out which things are the weakest. Did you realize going through some of this and coming into the program, that you were focusing too much on some things that were already working well, and then maybe shifting to things that needed more attention?

[00:13:05] Jon Schmitt: Yeah, we were all over the board. Okay. We still are a little bit. But the things that need attention is new business at this point. The accounting is functioning good, bookkeeping’s spot on, the maintenance? We’re okay with that. You know, it’s the sales. So I had a couple people that were referring me business, but you know, that kind of has gone away.

[00:13:29] Not that they don’t like us anymore. They just won’t throw us business. However, the type of business we had, the foreclosures, have dried up. So now we’re just laser focused on the real estate agents, some other attorneys, CPAs, and insurance brokers. Alex and I are doing calls, you know, I have my calendar blocked from [9:00] to like [11:00]-[11:30]. That’s all I’m doing. Okay. And we do it nonstop one call after another. Some calls last 10 minutes, some calls last 30 seconds. So I want to try to make at least 30 calls a day. And Alex also, and that’s our focus first thing in the morning. And then I’ll take care of maintenance and everything like that afterwards, as it needs to happen.

[00:14:17] Jason Hull: Yeah. Awesome. So what are you excited about in the future? Because you’re in a state of momentum. You can see the things are positively changing and shifting in the business. I mean a lot of property managers right now are losing more doors than they’re getting on. They’re like going down because the sell off that’s happening in the marketplace. The market’s generally hot throughout the U.S. Lots of investors are getting out and I’m sure you felt some of that as well. I doubt your market’s immune to that totally. Correct me if I’m wrong. But you’re growing and outpacing that attrition that’s naturally happening with growth. So what would you say to those that are like thinking about working with DoorGrow? Because I’m sure a lot of people see my social media. They see the things that we put out and they think, ‘yeah, who is this guy? Like this– another guru out there who’s trying to get money from people.’ So what’s your perception of me since you’re on the inside, behind the paywall and we’ve had one-on-one conversations and you’ve been on our group things and you’ve been into the material. What’s your perception of me, my motivation, and DoorGrow and the team? I’m curious. And you can be as honest as possible.

[00:15:32] Jon Schmitt: Oh, I’ll be honest. I think you’re a very interesting guy. Me personally, I’m not a woowoo type guy, but she’s a woowoo girl and her friends are all woowoo. Um, you know, I think you’re very interesting. You’re very creative. And just your techniques that you pitched to us and your ideas and your way of doing things, I think it’s spot on. I think that you know, people that aren’t doing it the way you say to do it, it’s kind of like they’re old school and you know what? We’re into like a new era, a new way of doing things. And you have to change with the times. If you don’t change, you’re going to die.

[00:16:12] The way we used to do it, you know, I would cold call landlords, I would send out mass fly postcards and stuff like that. I mean, I tell you I’d send out 10,000. It’d be 10,000, we’d get one call. Okay. You see what I’m saying? I mean, that’s just like an old school way of doing it. And before we hooked up with you, I mean, I was printing out tax records of all out of state owners and just looking them up, calling them up, “Hey, Jason, you know, I see you’ve got these two duplexes over here. How’s your management work and start talking to him and you’d get ‘click.’ Right? So I’m getting away from that, so people that are not in your group, I’m sure they’re just old school and the ones that are losing business, aren’t keeping up with the pace and the times and changing their ways.

[00:17:00] Sonia Schmitt: Hmm. I think you’re very authentic. And I think that you have a lot of direction in many years of helping property managers throughout the United States. And I think what DoorGrow does is it brings focus whereas we could be all over the board trying to get new clientele from single family homes to quad quadplexes, triplexes, for sale by owners, property managers, people are getting rentals. You know, you’d go after the rentals and after all of that. But the nice thing is, is you establish relationships and trust with real estate agents. You have a big focus with that, right? Because that’s your honey hole. I love that word. But anyways I think that having focus and going after certain groups. Real estate agents, CPAs… and you can take it out further and further. I mean, in Palm beach county alone, and in Florida, I believe we have the second largest or third largest real estate realtors associations.

[00:18:13] So I think that you’re cutting edge. You stay on top of things. You’re trying new things out. What works. You’ve tried it. Either you like it, you don’t like it. If you’d like it, you pass it onto the group and then other people explore. So I think that adds a lot of value. 

[00:18:33] Jason Hull: Cool. Yeah. I’m just wired that I love to learn and I love sharing good ideas that I learn. And I guess that kind of just is what we do. Well, I really appreciate both of you being the program. Oh, I wanted to touch on your son, Alex. So as part, like in this journey, in working with you at some point, you’re like, “Hey, let’s bring our son in on this.”

[00:18:55] And by son, you know, some people might think it’s some little kid. He’s an adult, but he’s come into the business and it’s been rewarding for me to see him come in and be learning and stepping into new roles and doing things and getting success too. He shared a win on the call today.

[00:19:12] Now, Jon. Jon was chiming in from the background, making sure he said some of the right things being dad. 

[00:19:19] Jon Schmitt: We received these doors this week from a realtor referral. So I was saying to him, “Alex, tell ’em– 

[00:19:28] Jason Hull: Give credit! 

[00:19:28] Jon Schmitt: Got them from where? And then he yells at me and says, “they’re not realtors.” I’m like, I’m not meaning what they are. I’m meaning how you got the doors, right? So he brought one in. The lady signed up for premium. And then I brought the other one in that Sonia and Alex closed the guy. Okay. I met him through another realtor referral. And then the other appointment that I was on, I was on actually two appointments that day.

[00:19:56] And they came off of people searching us and liking the new name. 

[00:20:03] Sonia Schmitt: Rebranding 

[00:20:04] Jon Schmitt: Right, they loved it, you know, the way we were branded. So that’s why they called us. 

[00:20:09] Jason Hull: Yeah. We’ve made a lot of changes in your business already. So in the fruit of all of those changes is going to start to really start to show up. You’re just at the beginning of all of this, like the rebrand, the pricing, like all this. And as you build that brand in your market, and as you build that clout up, I’m really excited to see what you guys do. I mean, over the next year, I think you guys are going to be crushing it because once you really get into a groove with this… I mean, the sky’s the limit. With the growth you’ve had, you could easily be adding a hundred to 200 doors a year, I would imagine. 

[00:20:39] Jon Schmitt: You know, if we stay consistent, and that’s what’s going to happen, there’s no other way to go. If we stay consistent, what we’re doing and just keep doing what we’re doing. I see that as well. 

[00:20:50] Jason Hull: Does that sound crazy to you? Like if Jon pre-DoorGrow could listen to Jon now say that, would that sound a little crazy to that guy? 

[00:21:00] Jon Schmitt: Yes. 

[00:21:01] Jason Hull: Like impossible? Like there’s no fricking way, you know?

[00:21:05] Jon Schmitt: You definitely changed me. You definitely did. Thinking, my focus, everything. I mean the name, just everything. Calendly the TalkRoute, which I’m getting rid of. I don’t like it. 

[00:21:16] Jason Hull: You don’t like TalkRoute. Alright. 

[00:21:20] Jon Schmitt: We’ll find something that works for us. 

[00:21:22] Jason Hull: Yeah. Right, right. I mean, you’re old school sometimes. Right. So maybe just get a second phone. Right. Just get another phone, like the private phone and the public phone. Right? I don’t know, but yeah. Yeah. So, well, it’s been really great having you in the program, excited to see what you guys accomplish. Anything else you think people should know about door grow or about y’all before we wrap this up?

[00:21:49] Jon Schmitt: You’re definitely a good coach. And we’re happy with you and, um, we’re looking forward to hearing about the invitation to the in-person meeting. 

[00:21:58] Jason Hull: Ooh. Yeah. 

[00:21:59] Jon Schmitt: We’re looking forward to coming over to Texas. 

[00:22:02] Jason Hull: Yeah? Alright. That’ll be cool. 

[00:22:04] Sonia Schmitt: We wouldn’t be where we are today, if it wasn’t for you and if it wasn’t for DoorGrow. That I can tell you and our business is growing exponentially and we’re very appreciative and grateful to be a part of your team. 

[00:22:21] Jason Hull: Well, I appreciate that. Where do you think you would be? Where do you think things would be right now? 

[00:22:27] Jon Schmitt: We would probably be– we have a lot of investment properties of our own, so we would just be going off of that. And we would do some real estate sales and we would just, we’d probably get business here and there and we’d still be just old school, throwing out some mails every quarter. And you know, that’s probably what we’d be doing.

[00:22:47] Jason Hull: I mean, that doesn’t sound so bad. So on the personal side, what do you feel like has kind of changed like in your life? ‘ Cause I mean, really there’s a reason behind this business, right? It’s so you can have the life you want.

[00:22:59] Jon Schmitt: Right. My life basically changed. I’ve got new fire in me. I feel like I just came into the business again. So, you know, when you have something new? You’re very excited about it. So I’m very excited every single day to see what I’m going to make happen. Okay. Sometimes the day before follows into the next day, but there’s always something new now popping up. So that has been created again. It’s like, I’m just, you know, the second week in.

[00:23:30] Jason Hull: Yeah. So you feel alive again. You know, I find entrepreneurs, we have two speeds. We feel stuck or we feel like we’re in momentum, and in momentum feels like life to us. We’re not so worried about whether we’re happy or sad. That’s everybody else on the planet, but for us as entrepreneurs, it’s like, “am I in momentum? Do I feel alive and on fire and inspired? Or do I feel stuck or frustrated?” So Sonia, what’s it been like seeing the shift in Jon, like with this?

[00:23:58] Sonia Schmitt: It’s beautiful. It’s absolutely beautiful. I’ll tell ya, you know, for couple of years. I think that he was burned out at work, tired. It was pretty much on my shoulders. And, um, you have made a difference in his life and like you said, he has a new spark. He has direction. He knows what he’s going to do. And he has his plan. He’s scheduled. There’s a little bit of everything that you’ve spoken about and taught that he has implemented into his daily routine. And you can see a difference. 

[00:24:37] He would say that he called people before, he didn’t call nobody. You know, he didn’t make connections if they call him that’s great. He’d take it, but he was just kinda, I think he was burnt out. And you brought the spark back and we see the momentum, we see it making the bottom line difference in our lives, and we’re able to expand, looking to hire somebody. So it’s been a positive all around. 

[00:25:04] Jason Hull: You know, property management can be a grind. It can be really hard. I mean I’ve never done it. Right. But, the feedback I’ve heard from hundreds, thousands of property managers is that this is not an easy business. It can be really difficult. It’s as difficult as you allow it to be. Right. And business in general is hard. Running a business is hard. Entrepreneurs are under no illusion– if they’ve run a business for even a year that it’s not an easy thing. So I think every entrepreneur has gotten to that point.

[00:25:35] I know I have where I’m burnt out. I’m done. I wake up and I’m like, basically “fuck it.” I’m watching Netflix today. Like, that’s all I’m doing. Like, I don’t want to do it. Like I’ve had those moments and I feel like I’m living a dream right now that I get to do what I get to do, because it’s in alignment with my ‘why.’ and that’s what I want for all of my clients. I want them to have that clarity because we’re all unique, and we all have a different purpose in life and a different thing we really want that gives us the maximum level of the four reasons as I’ve talked about on a previous episode of fulfillment, freedom, contribution, and support, and that’s different for everybody.

[00:26:13] And I get to experience that in my business and in my day-to-day. And I want all my clients to experience that because I also want their team members to experience that. And ultimately you’re helping your clients to experience a taste of that as well. And so I think the ripple effect that I get to have through amazing clients, like you is really inspiring to me and it really motivates me to keep going. And just having clients that do what I tell them to do and get results is like super rewarding to me. So, you know I appreciate that greatly so. Well, I appreciate you being here on the #DoorGrowShow and I’m excited to see your continued success. 

[00:26:52] Jon Schmitt: Thanks, Jason. 

[00:26:53] Sonia Schmitt: Thank you very much.

[00:26:55] Jason Hull: All right. So we’ll go ahead and wrap up this episode. I really appreciate them taking some time out of the day to come help me plug DoorGrow so to speak. But I wanted to just share if you are property management entrepreneur that is struggling to either add doors or maybe you have hundreds of doors, but you’re really struggling to dial in the operations piece. You’re just banging your head against the wall. Why can’t my team members just think for themselves? Why do I have to micromanage them? Why can’t they just do what I need them to do? The hard truth is you are not yet the entrepreneur that can run the business of your dreams, right? If you don’t have the business of your dreams and the team of your dreams yet, you’re not the person that can run it yet.

[00:27:34] That’s what one of my mentors said to me once, and that hit me hard. And so I want to turn you into the entrepreneur that can have the business of his or her dreams and can grow it and can have that fire and have that excitement in your day to day, because you are aligned with the things you really enjoy doing. And you have direction on how to get what you really want to be doing. And you’re not stuck because being stuck sucks for entrepreneurs. It’s really uncomfortable. It’s frustrating. So if that sounds interesting to you, that you’re dealing with– maybe your business it isn’t in alignment, which is like branding is off and maybe your pricing isn’t optimized and your website isn’t optimized, or maybe you’re just not getting the growth that you want.

[00:28:20] And you want to know how to add doors without having to spend any money on advertising or doing SEO or pay-per-click or content marketing or social media marketing. And you could still outpace all the companies that are spending tons of money to do all of this. Or you want to just scale your operations, get out of the day-to-day, have more energy, more fun, more focus, more freedom, and figure out how to get a team that really supports you.

[00:28:48] I want to help you build that business and I want to help you become the entrepreneur that can have that business. So reach out to us. You can find us at doorgrow.com, and until next time, to our mutual growth. Bye everyone.

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About Jason Hull

Jason's mission is "to inspire others to love true principles." This means he enjoys digging up gold nuggets of wisdom & sharing them with property managers to help them improve their business. He founded OpenPotion, DoorGrow, & GatherKudos.