Have you ever had a big idea that someone told you was impossible? Are you looking for freedom and flexibility – both in your career and your life? Maybe you’re even considering becoming an entrepreneur, or you recently made the leap to running your own business or team? If any of these sound like you, then this episode of Offer Accepted is right up your alley.
My guest this week is Michelle Spalding – she’s a bit of a legend in the TC world. We aren’t, however, discussing transaction coordination in this episode; we’re taking a deep dive into what it means to be a truly successful entrepreneur. Michelle’s unique insights, positive outlook and ability to overcome challenges will speak to anyone looking to break new ground and follow their dreams.
Whether you’re thinking about venturing out on your own or you already own a business, you’ll appreciate hearing Michelle’s take on defining success on your own terms. Join us as we discuss setting boundaries with clients, letting go of limiting beliefs and – most importantly – enjoying the journey.
Check out Michelle’s new book, Glitter, Duct Tape and Magic.
In 2005 Michelle launched TMC to help the Realtors she had been working with as a closing agent in a law firm in Central Florida. She knew that most needed help, but few could afford nor wanted the responsibility of a full-time assistant. Over the years her team has grown, and so has her passion for helping others succeed. In 2015, Michelle published her long-awaited book, The Road from Contract to Close: How to Successfully (and Easily) Manage the Details without Losing Your Mind – Or Your Clients!.
In addition to supporting her team at TMC, Michelle provides private consulting and coaching services to select clients. She is often asked to speak at conferences, real estate training events, seminars, as well as webinars and teleconferences, about her unique role in growing the Transaction Coordinator Industry from its roots. And in 2017, she launched the Transaction Coordinator Academy to provide training and support to transaction coordinators nationwide.