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Misti Bruton - From Rock Bottom To Rock Star

Firepoint Apr 30, 20

Summary: 

Misti Bruton shared her story about going from rock bottom to being the CEO of her 25+ agent real estate team as well as a highly sought after coach. Misti will discussed what the primary keys to her success have been during her path to success and how she inspires her now thriving team to keep reaching for more.

WEBINAR TRANSCRIPTION: 

Gabe Cordova:

Hey everybody, Gabe Cordova here with Realvolve and Firepoint. I'm really, really excited today. Special guest, someone I've known for, gosh, probably three years, two/three years now. Misti Bruton, from ... Officially Austin, right?

Misti Bruton:

Yes.

Gabe Cordova:

Awesome. Austin, Texas. AVO Realty but you have multiple offices. I'm going to just do some housekeeping real quick and then shut up because you are the star of this. Guys if you have questions for Misti as you're watching this, please use the Q &A down below and we'll get those answered for you but I really want Misti ... I met Misti at Club Wealth years ago. She was a coach there for a while and you told your story, Misti, and it was hard not to fall in love with you, and your story, and just admire you, and look up to you and be inspired by you. So give us a little bit of background as far as just real estate background and then I would just love to hear your story and I might chime in every now and then, but I would just love for you to share your story and where you got to where you are today.

Misti Bruton:

Yeah, definitely. So like you mentioned, I'm a real estate broker here in Texas. We cover multiple markets, very large markets here in Texas. So I've been in the industry for a very, very long time but I came back in in 2015 after being out for five or six years pursuing other interest and my passion brought me back to real estate. So from there I just knew that I wanted to build something bigger than what I had previously so I set out to really build a legacy. So we built a pretty large team, like I mentioned, across Texas. Yeah and just really loving life as we're doing real estate. There are so many good things. It really has brought a deeper purpose to my life, being able to help people, especially with the story that I'm going to share today. It really all fits in line but yeah, that's how it all got started.

Gabe Cordova:

Yeah, no it's awesome. And you're in Austin, what other areas and markets are you? Just as people are listening they might know people's areas, referrals. What markets are you in?

Misti Bruton:

So we have our Austin, San Antonio, Houston, and everything in between. So if you draw a big circle, it's about a four and a half, five hour radius. So all of central Texas and Houston.

Gabe Cordova:

Awesome. So tell us the story, because I think most people that maybe a have seen you or seen your seen posts, everything is like, "Oh. Misti, she's just had it super easy or this was just handed to her." How have you built your business and your mindset?

Misti Bruton:

Yeah. Building my business has come with lots and lots of challenges and lots of failures but honestly, it came from a really deep fire in my belly from a previous situation that is my story. It's where it all started. But I'll just jump in. I'm really excited to just share where it all started. Most people are very surprised to find out that six years ago I was homeless. I was legitimately without anything except the clothes on my back, and how did I get there? Well, you know, I come from a really good family, blue-collar, but honest and hardworking. I was brought up with good values and morals and all that good stuff. The good old fashioned roots, but I think associations with people and who you surround yourself with are a really big part of it and somehow I found myself in the midst of a very, very toxic relationship. A super abusive, just toxic relationship that spiraled, and ultimately at the end of it, it left me with nothing but the clothes on my back.

Misti Bruton:

I had experienced success previously. I was hardworking. I came from that background but just associations and a few bad choices got me into this situation where I truly was rock bottom. So from the outside in, I'm sure it looked crazy because here was this girl that seemed to have it all together for so much of her life, even though I really didn't, most people thought I did. But when you're in the middle of that storm you get into that survival mode, that survival kicks in and you just keep trying to stay alive, which is whatever that means at the time.

Misti Bruton:

So that's where I was. I was in this weird spiraling trying to stay alive. This was during the period of time that I was not in real estate. I had gotten out to go back to school, get a master's degree in counseling. And after coming out of this, I realized I needed something that I knew how to do, that I was good at, that I could just make work. So I knew that I knew real estate because I had history there. So I jumped back into real estate. I finally came to my senses. I got out of that rock bottom situation. I legitimately lost my home. I lost my car, I lost all of my worldly possessions.

Gabe Cordova:

How long ago was this?

Misti Bruton:

This was six years ago.

Gabe Cordova:

So not that long ago.

Misti Bruton:

yeah, I mean, to me, it seems like 100 years ago because so much has evolved since then and so much has changed since then, but you know, imagine being in that spot where you have nothing and even worse, most of my family and friends, because what I was going through looked absolutely crazy. They had pretty much abandoned me. Like, "She's off her rocker. So let's stay far away from that." So for the first time in my life there I was, it was just me and I was faced with a lot of really, really scary choices. What was I going to do from there to actually feed myself? I have children that luckily were safe during all of that chaos but I had other people to take care of and here I was without anything, and it was that moment that really defined me. It was that moment that I realized none of that stuff mattered, none of the ... that car didn't matter. That house didn't matter. Those clothes didn't matter. None of it mattered. None of those worldly possessions mattered.

Misti Bruton:

But it was that moment that defined who I became and really what I stand for today in real estate, and I could have gone a lot of different directions. I certainly at that time, wasn't surrounded by people who are cheering me on to be a rock star. It was me. I was there by myself trying to figure out what I was going to do. But why do I even share this? It sounds like a terrible situation, right? It's like why? Why get on any webinar or on a stage and share this? I think it breaks down to that barrier that we all feel that defines who we are. That was my struggle and not many people understand it.

Misti Bruton:

A lot of people go, "Well, why were you crazy enough to be in the middle of a toxic relationship?" Well, I don't know. Who knows whatever was going on at that space? But it's a journey that I think a lot of people can relate to because we all have our own struggles. We're all right now in the middle of a struggle together. We're in the middle of a pandemic. Our world, as we know, has changed tremendously. So I share it to relate. To what do you do when you're in the midst of that storm? What really matters in the middle of it and I think that's a lot of what will define who you become after this pandemic.

Gabe Cordova:

Yeah. So, I mean and a couple of things you mentioned early on too, people just would assume that you had it together when you were going through this. Now, was that by design? Were you hoping? Were you trying to portray that or why? Why were there people able to reach out?

Misti Bruton:

Yeah, I was that girl that was supposed to be just like probably a lot of us you're supposed to be really good. You're not supposed to have a very loud voice. Maybe you're just supposed to get married and do conservative things, but that wasn't really who I was. So this facade that had built around myself was, it was an identity crisis. From the outside, everybody was like, "Oh, she's got it together. Things look really good." On the inside, I was just turmoil, which is why I ended up in a situation where I found myself in a toxic relationship. As terrible as that situation was, going through was absolutely the best thing that has ever happened to me because it broke down that entire facade. It broke down the me trying to please everybody else. It doesn't matter what others think. Some are going to love you, some are going to hate you, but at the end of the day it's getting true and really, really authentic to who you are and I don't know if I would have ever been able to do that had I not gone through a crisis that broke me down to the core.

Gabe Cordova:

Yeah. So I mean you mentioned there what was it or what was I guess that tipping point that made you realize that it was rock bottom and for that turnaround? Because [inaudible 00:10:00] a lot of people that whether it's real estate ... What I love about this conversation, this can be real estate, this is just life, right? Anybody going through this. So what was it or how did you realize finally that you were at the bottom or there was an opportunity to stand up? What was that?

Misti Bruton:

You know, I don't know. Well, I know the defining moment. I was standing in my house, I still had my house at this point and at the hands of another human being, I literally watched everything I'd ever owned in my entire life being destroyed in front of my eyes. Being cracked and crushed, and stomped on, and burned. I mean, it was the worst moment you can even imagine, but I watched it all just go away just like that. And in that moment, I knew I got nowhere to go but up. You know? It's like, "I don't care about any of that stuff." In that moment, I didn't. Looking back, of course, there were memories, there were photos of my children that were destroyed. There were so many things that of course I'm super sad about, but in that moment I realized I don't care because that girl that I used to be will never, ever reappear again. From here, I will rebuild myself. I will rebuild my identity and I will be true to who I am and not worry about what others think.

Gabe Cordova:

So what were those steps? So you're at rock bottom, you watched all this happen in front of you. It's now been about six years, one of the most successful agents, teams, brokerages that I know of. What are some of those growing pains? What did you go through? How did you get to here today?

Misti Bruton:

It was faith. I had to rely on faith. I didn't have resources, I didn't have money, I didn't have a car, I didn't have a safe place to lay my head every single night. So I relied on myself to really get started. It was hard work in the beginning. It was doing stuff that I didn't want to do. It was loss of complete and total ego. There can't be ego when you're in that situation. What do you have? You don't have anything to be egotistic or egotistical about.

Misti Bruton:

So I relied on myself and I did odd man jobs so that I could afford to be able to get my real estate license back. I had had my license previously, but I had to go back to the drawing board and get all of that done. It came, it was that true inspiration that comes from inside. The fire in my belly that no matter what I was going through, I was not going to lose. My life was not going to be a failure. It wasn't going to end with, "Oh, well she had a great run, but this is where it ended. Now look at her. She's homeless and on the streets." You know?

Misti Bruton:

I knew at that defining moment that there was nowhere to go but up and I just started doing, taking the actions every single day that I had to do to get myself back on track. Baby steps at a time. It took me probably, let's see, it took me a year and a half to be able to get back on track, to be able to get my license, be able to afford a car and, ultimately, one of the very first choices that I made after I got back into real estate was to get a coach because I knew that I needed somebody super smart. At this time, I didn't press myself. I didn't even trust myself to make good choices for myself, much less for a business that I wanted to build. So that was one of my very first investments was to get a really good coach and that really does-

Gabe Cordova:

Well, at that point, Misti, had you started a team yet or as far as real estate, when you made the decision to get a coach were you-

Misti Bruton:

No.

Gabe Cordova:

So-

Misti Bruton:

I did not start my team until well after being in coaching for probably six months. But no, for me, it was just I needed to build a business. I knew that I didn't trust myself. I knew I needed to make good choices. I knew that I don't even know how to pay my taxes when it comes to building a business and all of that stuff. So I really needed that guidance there. But from there, it's really, I've been able to build a very large team. Six months after getting surrounded by some really good mentors, meeting you, meeting others at these events who I associated with became such a huge part of my growth because I had people there that also believed in me.

Gabe Cordova:

I mean, and I think we all meet people and find people in our lives and we help each other. I definitely learned a lot from you, but so you're not a team yet. You get your license, but you said something, I can't remember exactly how he said it, but not taking anything away from coaches, right? At all. So I want to make sure I phrase this carefully, but the coaching's important but you said something, it was also the support system around the coaches, right? The other people, I can't remember how you said it, but it sounded like that became your support system as well.

Misti Bruton:

It did. Honestly, I remember just being in a room with people that were so much smarter than me, probably for the first time in my life. I didn't really have a history of surrounding myself with extremely successful people. If I did, I probably wouldn't have ended up in the situation I was. But being in a room where everybody is so much smarter and they want to know what you have to say, they value your opinions, it was a game-changer for me. I mean, associations to me now are everything. I protect my associations more than I protect some of the other things relative to my business because I know what it means to associate with the right people and I know what it means to associate with the wrong people.

Gabe Cordova:

Yeah. Equally important, and just real quick, I know we've got people listening and watching this, just don't think we're ... Misti's is not trying to sell you coaching. She's not offering to be your coach. This is literally sharing her experience and how she got to where she's at. So I got a direct message via Facebook. "Is this a coaching pitch?" It is not a coaching pitch. It isn't at all, but I agree. I think coaching, it really helped me turn my business around and take it to the next level as well. So I love that you were able to really understand where your limitations were and rely on those, and using your words that were smarter than you. And that's me. Whenever I'm sitting at a table at an event or at a conference going out and having drinks and socializing, I always ask, "Where are the people who are doing more deals smarter than me that I can learn from? And who's right below where I'm at so I can share the knowledge with them." It's always let's pay it forward and repayment of it.

Misti Bruton:

Yes, I love it. I always aspire to be the dumbest person in the room and I never thought of it that way, but I do. I'm always looking to just next level. What room can I get a neck where I am just mind blown because that's where growth happens.

Gabe Cordova:

So we had a question. How did you start putting your team together because we’re talking about how many different offices and stuff you have and that you started coaching, but you didn't have a team yet. So take us through that transition.

Misti Bruton:

Yeah. So, obviously, I knew how to do real estate. I had been in real estate previously. I'm good with people. I had gone back to college to get a master's degree in counseling, which obviously is a very good skill to have in a people business. So it all really came together with that. I had a lot of early success by getting in and doing the right things. I was super motivated and I just, ultimately I got busy and I didn't have time for buyers. The minute that I started turning buyers away because I was like, "Oh my gosh, I work with sellers. I'm a listing agent. I don't have time for buyers." That was the very first thing that I heard from my coaches and my mentors were, "Why are you turning business away? You should be maximizing and leveraging this."

Misti Bruton:

So lo and behold, I needed to bring a buyer's agent on, which was such an awesome experience and from there it turned into two buyer's agents and then I really bought into the word leverage. I thought, "Boy, if I can leverage this, I can leverage this and that, and this, and that." And I was like, "I like this." So it's just where it started. I have never stopped leveraging. Every single time that I do something, I ask myself, "Can I automate it? Can I delegate it? Can I give it away so that I can go on to bigger and better things?"

Gabe Cordova:

That's what I was just going to ask. When you say leverage for those that maybe that haven't started building a team, can you give an example of some of the things you were leveraging or delegating because they may not know.

Misti Bruton:

Anything and everything. You've got to be super intentional about your time. What are you doing on a daily basis? Most of us do not realize that we're doing $10 an hour tasks every single day, more hours than we're doing anything else. So for me, I was time tracking. I was looking at every single thing that I was doing and I realized that most of my tasks were really things that I could give away to a virtual assistant. Even showing houses, going to closings, going to inspections, going to different things. And you'd be amazed I thought as an agent, "Boy, I have to be at every single closing." Until I realized I don't. And it's not that I'm cold-hearted or don't want to be there, it's just I set up those expectations early on. I'm going to be out doing this and I have a wonderful assistant who's going to show up at closing and if you need me, I'm readily available. But once I just got into the mindset that almost everything can be given away other than the, obviously, if you need to negotiate as an agent or if you need to be on that listing appointment, there's certain pieces that you keep, but it's getting super smart with what you keep and what you give away.

Gabe Cordova:

Okay. I'm going to ask you a very direct question. When you had to start letting go of some of that, like closings especially, was there ego involved there that you had to push aside to let go or how ... Because this is something that I agree with a 100% and normally I see the questions or comments if we're live, we didn't go live today, start flooding in like, "Oh my gosh, my service level's too high to not go to closing and things." Can you talk to that a little bit in your opinion?

Misti Bruton:

Well, for me, I didn't have a ego because I was coming from a place where I had lost all ego. So I was in a nice place where ego wasn't my issue but I will tell you, as I started building my team, we had a lot of fails. I bought into leverage. I thought, "Oh, I can give these buyers away." I was passing off, handing off really hot buyer leads that were ready to go, not leads, but referrals to buyer's agents who were completely and totally dropping the ball, and these friends were moving on to other agents and I was looking really bad.

Misti Bruton:

So there were periods of time where I thought, "This is not going to work." But I never turned around and looked back. I just kept throwing myself into the team and every time something would happen, I would say, "Okay, Misti, how could you have done this better?" Not, "Shame on your buyer's agent for being a bad agent." But, "How can you, if you're going to be a leader, how can you handle this better?" So with that mindset we've continued to get better from there, but it was a lot of transition and a lot of learning lessons, painful. A lot of lost money. So it's not for the faint of heart. How about that?

Gabe Cordova:

No, I think that's fair. I think it's a great way if you want to grow and scale and leverage your time, and not giving up every night, every Saturday, every Sunday, right? And be able to still grow a business. And there are a lot of fantastic agents out there that don't want to be on the hook for the technology, the lead generation, the tools, everything that you're using to leverage and provide to them, right? But they're fantastic with buyers and sellers that would love to be able to do that, make a fantastic living, and have work-life balance. I think that's what I've noticed as I've got to know your team, and even though the rest of the team leaders that you put together to help run that team, that you're doing really well with.

Gabe Cordova:

So Constance asks, "How did you find your clients in the beginning?" I'm guessing because you said you weren't licensed, you got relicensed after everything just blew up on you. How are you getting those clients? Door knocking? Calls? Online leads? What did you do to start building relationships?

Misti Bruton:

All of the above. I was doing whatever I needed to do to get into conversations. I knew just from previous experience that I had to have conversations. A lot of it was social media. I had reappeared on social media so lots of people from my past were coming out and saying, "Oh, hey, it's so good to see you again." So I was treating those relationships as an opportunity to just, honestly, build conversation, build relationships, reunite with people I hadn't talked to. So most of it in the early phases, I'd say in the first year a lot of it was social media.

Misti Bruton:

Then from there, I started buying lead sources cautiously because I really didn't want ... My first year I didn't have a lot of money to invest in real estate leads, but I've always focused on those relationships. That's really where it's at. Especially right now, now is a great time to be. I've had such amazing conversations during the middle of this pandemic. So being here in this situation in the middle of a pandemic is reminding me a lot of what it felt like coming out of my situation previously because now I'm having those organic conversations, reaching out to old friends, high school friends, past clients. Now I'm fortunate enough to have a ton of past clients, but anybody that will have a conversation with me and it seems like it always turns to real estate. It's always, "How's business? How's the market?" And that was a lot of what they were asking back then too, "Oh, I see you're in real estate. How is it? What does the market look like?"

Gabe Cordova:

Yeah. I love that. I mean, and you said if we were able to rewind this about 15 minutes, one of the things you said, and I've heard this from people that know you, have either coached with you or coached you personally. What you said earlier is when you hit that rock bottom, you realized you wanted to turn it around, that you put in the work, you worked hard, you didn't just expect it to happen for you, right? So I think that's key when people are asking, "How did you do this?" Whether you're door knocking, open house, online lead gen, whatever it is, you have to put the work in and everybody I've heard is you got that mindset early on to put the work in.

Misti Bruton:

Yep.

Gabe Cordova:

So cool.

Misti Bruton:

It's work. I mean, honestly know I coach a lot of agents on our team. I don't do any coaching outside of our team currently, but I coach a lot of new agents, struggling agents, agents that are recommitting to their careers, joining our team, joining our brokerage and I hear a lot of the same thing. "I must be doing it wrong. I don't know how to do it." There's no right way to do it. It's just do it. Just get out there. It is hard work. In the beginning, It doesn't matter if you're, like I said, recommitting. If you've been in the industry for 20 years but you're just not where you want to be, so you're recommitting to those goals. Just do something and do it consistently. I mean it's consistent. Consistent what you do. You can't just dabble here and dabble there. You know? I really did get hyper-focused on one or two things. It was social media and it was open houses and I just hyper-focused on those and I just built those relationships and nurtured, and followed up. That was really and very consistently-

Gabe Cordova:

You weren't trying to be a Jack of all trades. You focused on two things and did them well, but you did them consistently.

Misti Bruton:

Consistently.

Gabe Cordova:

I love it. I love it and somebody asks if you are still coaching? Are you still receiving coaching and you're coaching your team currently?

Misti Bruton:

I'm coaching our brokerage and our team only at this time. Yeah.

Gabe Cordova:

Okay. And I think they asked are you still using coaching personally? Do you still have a mentor or a coach?

Misti Bruton:

I do. I always have a coach. I always have lots of mentors. I've been so fortunate over the past few years to meet some of the most amazing people in real estate. Going to events with these people so they are now friends. I don't currently have a coach, but I always have mentors and I do. The only reason I don't have one now it's just because of the situation that we're in. I'm really hyper-focused on doing the things that we already know how to do, but starting next month I will definitely be back in coaching.

Gabe Cordova:

I love that. I love that. So everybody is feeling pressure right now, right? And there are teams that are incredibly busy still working and I watch you on social media and all that. And one of the things I just absolutely love is how you started this whole thing. Is you don't have time to portray somebody else or be somebody different and I love just how authentic, vulnerable at times, and inspiring on social media. I love that it's not this facade of that you're always perfect that you're, it's always a sunshiny day. Like they are just posts sometimes you're just like, "Man, I need this. Or just ..." And I love that because that's real life.

Gabe Cordova:

People are struggling with life right now because life is going to keep happening. This isn't a COVID thing. This is just life. It was life for you six years ago. I'm sure there's going to be another time when life comes around for me. People going through that maybe haven't hit rock bottom or realize it yet. what is your advice for them as far as getting even anywhere close to what you've been able to do in such a short time?

Misti Bruton:

Get very, very clear on what you want to do with your life. I live every day focused on legacy. For me, it's not what I have on this earth, it's what will people remember me by? And I know in some ways that sounds a little morbid, but at the end of it all, I guess from the situation that I've been through, I realize our time here is limited. You never know what's going to happen tomorrow. You never know what's going to happen today, right? So live your life as if today is your last day, and I know that's one of those little hokey things to say, but the reality is, think about it. A year ago or six years ago, my legacy would have been a really poor legacy. Yeah, if that would have been my last day, that would have been a really sad legacy.

Misti Bruton:

I don't ever want to live a day feeling that way. So I would just suggest getting really, really clear on what that means to you. What it means to is not what it's going to mean to each of you but get clear on what matters, and the easiest way to get there is think about what do you want people to say after you leave this earth? Do you want them to say, "Oh, she gave it a good try. She's all right. She's kind of average. She was real sweet. She had a great heart." No, I want them to be like, "She was a little crazy. She did some wild stuff." You know? "And, boy, she left behind some things that generations are going to talk about." And that's what matters to me and that's what keeps me going during times like this when I'm like, "We're all having to shift in our business, we're all having to do different things. What does tomorrow look like?" You know what? Just go for it. Whatever it is, whatever bold looks like to you, whatever happiness looks like stop worrying about what other people think because the more haters you have, the better you're doing.

Gabe Cordova:

Yeah. You must be doing something right.

Gabe Cordova:

So, I mean, you turned your life around. You said you were at rock bottom, whatever it was, you did all this. I mean, do you have any superpowers? I mean, is there anything that you have that anybody else doesn't have this watching this thinking, "I can't do that."

Misti Bruton:

I don't have any superpowers. I come from a very blue-collar background. I come from a very just good old fashioned home in the country. Everything that I've built I've built on my own, just pure will of getting up early, doing what I need to do, grinding every day, making it happen. The only super power that I have is because I went through this scenario where I was rock bottom, I have something that's just truly authentic where it's just raw. It just is what it is. It's like the layers of the onion have been peeled back, and it's just what you see is what you get.

Misti Bruton:

So I think that can serve all of us really well. If you're struggling, don't act like you're not struggling. We're all struggling. No matter how good it looks on the outside, we all got our own baggage, our own stuff going on. Get real with it and let it be your story. I'm not proud to say that I went through this crazy relationship that ripped everything out from underneath of me. It's not that that really is such a great thing to share but it's my story and it's just, it's me and if you don't like it or if it doesn't resonate with you, that's okay. That's cool. And if it does, then if it helps one person, then it's all worthwhile.

Gabe Cordova:

I love it. I mean, and don't you feel that because you're able to embrace that and own that, that that's powered you through? I mean-

Misti Bruton:

Oh, absolutely.

Gabe Cordova:

Yeah.

Misti Bruton:

yeah, it definitely is. I have that place to look back to and remind myself, and not everybody gets to that rock bottom where you can look back and remind yourself like, "I don't ever want to go back there." But there's got to be some spot in your life where you're like, "Yeah, that was not the best time. I really don't want to go back." So find that defining moment and then just use that as your motivation to look forward and always ... It may be baby steps that you take every single day. It doesn't matter. I just always say, "As long as I'm moving forward. As long as I'm not stagnant. As long as I'm not going backwards because I don't want to get any closer to that than I am. I want to get far, far away from that."

Misti Bruton:

But it doesn't matter. Some days I feel like I'm just crawling at turtle speed and I'm like, "Oh, I want to move so much faster. I want to grow my team. I want more and more and more." And then I remind myself, "It doesn't have to always be grand. It's okay." Just keeping better than you were yesterday.

Gabe Cordova:

I love it. I love it. I mean we all fail. Fail often. If you're not failing, you're not trying, but just fail forward, learn from it and go forward. Misti, it's only been 35 minutes. So I'm going to put you on the spot, did not tell you about this. So what I would love ... First of all, thank you, thank you. I wanted to share your story because I think there are a lot of people feeling lost and in pain, and struggling right now, and have a fear of admitting it and asking for help. So I wanted to share your story.

Gabe Cordova:

What I would love is if you would come back as we get a little bit more normal. I would love to maybe spend a little bit time and have some takeaways, whether it's three, four, or five for some of these agents that are feeling like, "Hey, the market just shifted. I had to figure this out or I need some help shifting and starting over or starting fresh." I would love to maybe sit down and put together with you just a handful of takeaways that we can share with people to take those steps to start moving forward. Can I count you in for that?

Misti Bruton:

Yes. Anything for you, Gabe. You know I love you.

Gabe Cordova:

Sweet.

Misti Bruton:

I would love to.

Gabe Cordova:

I'd love to do it. So, okay. Stay safe. Thank you, thank you, thank you so much. You're such an inspiration as an agent, as a woman, as just someone in this industry to just we all look after and aspire to be. So thank you so much for being here. Stay safe. Oh, and somebody asked, they want to follow you with social media, social media handles.

Misti Bruton:

Yeah. So you can find me on Facebook, MistiBruton/broker. You can find me on Instagram, Misti.Bruton and then a YouTube channel.

Gabe Cordova:

Awesome. Awesome. Keep on inspiring and helping everyone, Misti. I adore you, stay safe and I will reach out to you as we can get another one of these scheduled.

Misti Bruton:

Thank you. Bye, guys. Thanks for having me.

Gabe Cordova:

Bye-bye.

 

 

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