Real estate is undeniably a competitive industry. The more realtors come aboard, the more one should stay ahead of the game and scale up. Trevor McGregor believes that the real estate business is one of the greatest wealth vehicles on the planet, and that is irrefutable. A Master Platinum Coach with over 15,000 hours of coaching experience, Trevor uncovers the five keys to scaling a real estate business and the biggest flaw in the syndication business. With his mission to assist others in realizing their true power and hidden potential, this legend gives away his proprietary productivity pyramid and the three things that will help you become a master of influence.
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The Keys To Scaling Your Real Estate Business with Trevor McGregor
Our guest is Trevor McGregor. Thanks for being on the show, Trevor.
Thank you for having me. Great to be here.
I’m honored to have Trevor on the show. I’ve met him on a couple events and I heard him speak at the Best Ever Conference in 2018 and I’m looking forward to seeing him again. Trevor is a Master Platinum Coach with over 20,000 hours of coaching experience. He worked with clients from around the world including Fortune 500 executives, real estate investors, entrepreneurs, world class athletes and professionals. This is a big plus as far as coaching people like myself and other people in the industry. He’s an active real estate investor. He’s holding assets in his portfolio from single-family homes in Vancouver to multifamily apartment buildings in Texas to self-storage units in Key West, Florida. Trevor, I’m excited to have you on the show. I appreciate your time and I know the expertise you’re going to bring and the content to the readers. Give the readers a little bit about your background and let’s jump right in.
Thank you for that. I am a Master Platinum Coach. I didn’t arrive at being a coach without going through a traditional upbringing. I was born to a middle-class family, went to a university, studied business, got into corporate, went and worked for the man. Ultimately, I worked for a long time in the real estate and hospitality companies. I worked for a company that owned a whole bunch of restaurants, retail centers, strip malls and all of this stuff. I loved it because I was always dealing with people. I was always dealing with site selection or procurement, something in finance, marketing or HR or something. In my early 20s and 30s, I had a well-rounded view of business.
Around that time, I started to invest in my own real estate portfolio. I started buying one little condo and that was a good experience. I bought a townhouse and then I took the money out of those and leverage that to buy my first duplex and then that is when I learned what cashflow was. Once you learn what cashflow was, you want to go buy more. I bought another duplex, another fourplex and a lot of those things that allowed me to scale quickly and at that same time I was also studying personal growth. I was big into Tony Robbins, Zig Ziglar, Jim Rohn, a lot of the classics and between the corporate work, my real estate portfolio, doing a lot of personal development, throw on a wife and a couple of kids at that time and that was a busy lifestyle but I loved it.
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You’re getting into the real estate business, already having a family and kids, it’s a lot to manage. I appreciate that you’ve also been in those shoes in coaching so many, you can relate. One thing I like about Trevor especially coaching, he’s coached many people that I know and I work with, many people that are ultra-successful in this business. We were talking about these five keys to scaling as a syndicator. I’d love for you to lay these out and help the readers, syndicators who are trying to grow their business. I know you’re the man for them to talk to in helping them grow that business. Let’s get started.
It’s fascinating because all of my time in corporate, being a real estate investor, doing personal growth, I went on to work with Tony Robbins. He’s one of the world’s most unbelievable guys that is not just a lifestyle or a life coach but he’s also a business strategist. As I did all of these in my 20s, 30s, early 40s, I had a unique perspective on what worked and what didn’t work for business owners, for franchise owners, for Fortune 500 executives, and believe it or not for real estate investors. There’s a saying that says, “Success leaves clues,” and if success leaves clues, so does failure. I started to connect the dots on why people couldn’t scale whereas others, my client, Joe Fairless, was able to go from owning four single-family homes to now owning over $500 million worth of real estate.
He’s got 5,210 units to date. Him and Frank are going to be buying more but what allows a guy to go from where he is to that level? I’ve summarized it into five things. I’ll share the five keys that hold people back from scaling to the heights that they could. We have to kick it off with number one and it’s my favorite one because it’s a lot of where I come in as a coach, a teacher, a mentor, a trainer and a facilitator. We spend a lot of time on limiting beliefs. If you think you can’t, you won’t and if you think you can, you can. I know it sounds cliché but the world has sped up so fast. As a real estate investor, you wear all these different hats. You’ve got to go out there and look for deals.
You’ve got to go up there and look for capital. You’ve got to look for more investors. You’ve got to deal with property management. With all of this stuff coming at us all day long and I know the same as for you, where you have to stand guard at the door of your mind and not let a bad deal that you didn’t get throw you out of the game or maybe your property manager screwed up somewhere and that triggers you. Maybe an investor that said they’re putting $50,000 into a deal, doesn’t put $50,000 into the deal and now you’re short. What I do is I help people get real with who they are, what they want, why they want it and have a very strong mind in staying on course no matter what obstacles or roadblocks come in their way.
I remember even at the conference, looking over some of my notes, you talked about 80% psychology of how you think and 20% mechanics. I appreciated how you laid that out. I can relate to that for sure. If you think you can, you can. If you think you can’t, you can’t.
We go through different cycles, it’s not just onetime we say, “Here’s what I want and then we go get it in a straight line.” I’ve never seen a real estate investor in my time and certainly hasn’t been my experience that constantly goes up and up. There are speed bumps, there are things that happen whether it is external like interest rates, external like something Donald Trump does, what’s going on in the economy or it’s internal. It’s the way that you’re feeling about something, the way that you’re being triggered by something or the way that you are seeing through a certain lens. Maybe I’m the guy that helps you take off those lenses and put on a better lens because you can only control what you can control. We can’t control what interest rates do. We can’t control what the market does. I don’t think we can control Trump. We might influence it but we can’t control it. Stand guard at the door of your mind and that’s the first step in owning your opportunity to scale your business.
I like that it’s so important. I can relate for sure.
Number two is fascinating as well and that is lack of a strategic plan. If you don’t know what the end game is, if you don’t have an idea of where you want to go, whether that’s how big you want to build your portfolio, how many doors you want to own, which markets you want to be in, which asset class you want to be in, you’re fooling yourself. Most people are out there winging it, they’re like, “I want to buy property in 2019.” I come in and say, “Let’s reverse engineer a little bit more about what that looks like.” We start to reverse engineer it and then we built a blueprint to get there. Life’s a lot more fun when you know where you want to go and then you’ve got a roadmap, a recipe or a blueprint that takes you from where you are to where you want to be. Most people spend more time planning a vacation than they do their portfolio. That’s something that I get passionate about is having that clarity, that certainty and that confidence that we can get them where they want to go. Does that resonate with you?
It does and I feel like, myself and others also. It’s like, “How big should that goal be?” You hear somebody say, “I want 10,000 units in two years,” and other people are like, “That’s not possible.” Then other people were like, “No, I can do it.” How do we make sure that’s realistic and something we can shoot for?
We all need to have what we call short-term goals. Short-term goals are what we deem to be one year or less. That is what we want by the end of December 31, 2019 and then we can chunk those into 30-day goals to move towards it, 60-day goals, 90-day goals, six-month goals, whatever it is. Then beyond that, we call that a person’s vision. Goals that are short-term or one year or less goals that are long-term or one year and more, but we want to have some vision because without a vision, people perish. I believe that the human spirit needs something to look forward to.
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It’s like Joe Fairless, my client, he wrote this awesome best ever book. He puts on conferences and he’s got his podcasts like you. I see you’ve got yours, they’re all earmarked and dog-marked like mine. Joe and I have set the vision to get to $1 billion worth of real estate. To a lot of people, that might sound crazy but I’m telling you it’s not if you know where you want to go and what needs to happen to get there. It’s like going up a set of stairs. Sometimes you won’t know what’s on step number five until you hit steps three and four. From steps three and four, you can see up higher and you start connecting the dots or putting the pieces of a puzzle together.
I appreciate you explaining how the goal may not be too lofty if you know how to get there, if you know the steps.
Then we move on to number three. Number three is important as well for the five keys to wanting to scale your business in real estate. I can help you with your limiting beliefs as a Master Platinum Coach. I can help you create that roadmap, that recipe or blueprint but what number three speaks to is the fact that most people aren’t taking massive action every day. If you’re not out driving neighborhoods, if you’re not out there talking to brokers, if you’re not out there talking to investors, talking to property managers, sending direct mail or whatever you do to get leads, you’re fooling yourself. That’s real estate by hope. I’m not a guy that allows people to just hope that deals show up.
I’m the one that gets them out there and make sure they’re doing the right things in the right order at the right time for the right reasons because it’s systematic. It’s not that you’re going to meetups, it’s not that you’re going to a conference or that you’re reading a great book. It’s frequency, it’s how often are you going to meet up. Are you going to more than what the average person does? Are you cultivating relationships with brokers so that they bring you the deals instead of giving them to someone else? Step three is working the plan on purpose and with purpose.
We’ve got to have purpose. We’ve got to know why you’re doing what you’re doing.
You’ve got to have fun doing it as well because real estate is a competitive industry. There are a lot of people out there that are looking to do what everyone else is doing but as we check in with your limiting beliefs, we create the plan and we get out there and work the plan. It’s survival of the fittest. I do believe that real estate is one of the greatest wealth vehicles on the planet. Certainly, it has been in my life, in your life and it will continue to be for all your readers if they choose to do these five things we’re talking about here. We get to have some fun and go on to number four. The cool thing about number four is it’s got an ABC to it.
The first part of number four, and it’s something that I worked with my clients on, is time management. I can tell the quality of an investor’s life by where they spend their time or where they don’t spend their time. We worked to optimize and maximize their calendar. We work to optimize and maximize what I call the high impact, high income opportunities. We start to take a look at what should we be outsourcing to other people. Should we be doing something, delaying something, delegating it or dumping it? With the four Ds of time management, you start to get clear on what you should and shouldn’t be doing.
Then the second part of number four is systems. If you’re a syndicator or if you’re in real estate or if you’re in any asset class, you don’t have a tried and true systems, you’re flying by the seat of your pants and recreating things over and over again. That’s not the best way to run a business. I help people get crystal clear on what systems they need to rescale and scale for the long-term. A system could be something as simple as a process. It could be something simple as being able to understand where your occupancy is or where your accounts receivable is, accounts payable is, having crisis management binders should the unthinkable happen. We leave no stone unturned because life shows up sometimes. There’s nothing that surprises me anymore but you’ve got to have systems to deal with what you deal with every day.
That’s the only way that I’ve been able to scale what I’ve done in the last few months. It’s by having systems and having a team.
If number four is time management, number four B is systems. Number four C is communication. Let’s talk about it. How well are you communicating with your property manager? How well are you communicating with your team of advisors, your coach or your investor network or your meetup group or your insurance agent? How are you communicating with your GCs? How are you communicating with your electricians, your plumbers? It’s not just how are you communicating but how often? How frequent and do you know your outcomes with those people? If you’ve got an opportunity to talk to a property manager and you know that you’re spending money needlessly on something, are you addressing it right then and there? Are you letting it fester, get you pissed off and then you’re going to bring it up? That’s not how to run a business either. The other thing that we talk about in communication is getting specific about what brokers want to hear from investors.
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What do investors want to hear when you’re asking them to put money into a deal? How do you speak to people to become what I call a master of influence because people say all the time that they’re in the real estate game? I say that’s not true. You’re in the relationship game and if you don’t have great communication skills, you’re leaving money on the table. That’s the three parts of number four and number five is a lack of accountability. That is, if you don’t have somebody like a coach holding your feet to the fire, making sure they’re following up in terms of what you said you were going to do, the path of least resistance kicks in for most human beings. They find themselves watching TV, surfing the net or monkeying around on Facebook, when they should be working on building their business so that one day they don’t have to work in the business, they can work on it and have other people doing everything.
To recap then, number one is mindset. Number two is building a strategic plan. Number three is executing that plan. Number four is time management, it’s systems, it’s communication. Number five is have somebody holding you accountable. It could be a business partner. It could be a coach. It could be a close friend. It doesn’t matter. Those are the five things that I’ve identified that when you, as a syndicator, you as an investor, you as a real estate professional own those five things, life becomes so much better and you start having deals fall to you like an avalanche of abundance. You started having people who want to put money into your deals. You start having a much better time doing it. I always say that we get one shot around this beautiful blue planet. We should enjoy it and have fun doing it. Those are the five keys to real estate success and I’ll be open to hear what you think of those.
There are so many things that we could talk about. Trevor, where do you see especially in the syndication business because you coach a lot of syndicators, where’s the biggest flaw? Which one of these five do majority of people miss, forget about or not focus on enough?
It is all five of them but it’s different for different people. That’s why I find that as I work with people throughout the US, Canada, I’ve got clients in the UK, Italy, Australia, New Zealand and even Asia, that these five things are universal. It depends upon what someone’s skill set is. I’ll give you an example. When I’m out there, I am a people person. I’ll go out there and I love the thrill of the deal. I love the thrill of the chase. I’ll talk to the mailman. I’ll talk to the milkman. I’ll talk to people walking their dog to find great off market opportunities whereas some other, they’re more like a numbers guy. They like to sit and gals too, they like to sit behind a computer and underwrite. They like to look at the financial model. They like to do the P&L statements and all of that stuff. To answer your question, I find that different people need different levels of all of these because at the end of the day, if you don’t have these five things you’re not going to scale like Joe Fairless.
Could you speak to the master of influence, becoming that master of influence to the communication? Could you go in-depth a little bit about that?
It’s something that after being a Master Platinum Coach with Tony Robbins for half a decade and getting to hang out with that man, and see what allows him to be a master of influence, it is very simple and it boils down to three things. All three of these things that will help you be a master of influence, ironically enough start with the letter C. The very first thing that you must have when you’re talking to brokers, when you’re talking to people that might want to invest, when you’re talking to your general contractor when you’re talking to anybody, is certainty. You must bring certainty to the conversation. The second C word is clarity. You’ve got to be crystal clear and they’ve got to know exactly what it is and you’ve got to know exactly what it is.
We’ve got certainty and we’ve got clarity and the third one is confidence. If you want to become a master of influence, you have to elevate your emotions and bring up your ability to speak with confidence because people want to deal with someone who’s confident. If you say, “Trevor, I don’t have the certainty, clarity and confidence I want yet.” Note the word, “yet.” Get your butt to more conferences, get to more meetups, listen to Whitney’s podcasts, listen to Joe Fairless’ podcasts. We’re all in the relationship business even more than the real estate business. I can tell the quality of an investor’s opportunities by how much certainty, clarity and confidence they bring to their communication.
All three of those Cs are things that I’m always trying to improve upon. I’ve been trying to improve upon all of those things. I can relate completely and the certainty, I find it might be lack of education at first. You’re not certain or you’re not clear because you don’t understand this business yet. You haven’t been in a deal yet or you haven’t talked to enough investors. Part of it too goes back to taking massive action, getting out there, making it happen and learning.
It’s that and that’s what I love about your show and all of the other opportunities for people to shorten the learning curve. Get around people that are already doing what it is you want to do. Pick up books, listen to podcasts, go to events, there are audios and there’s nothing new in real estate. Maybe some blockchain technology will change some stuff or AI but the fundamentals of real estate are already available to anyone who is willing to go after and learn it. That’s when I talk to people about their identity as well because if you are a victim to time or you are a victim too, maybe I don’t have the knowledge or you’re a victim to, I don’t have much capital, what’s preventing you from getting out of that victim modality and into being a victor or victorious? Go read the books, go to meetups and go to conferences. Start out with a small deal, get your feet wet and that will give you some confidence to start stepping up to the big stuff.
Could you speak also to time management? I hear it all the time, “I’m too busy to do a podcast or I’m too busy to do whatever.” I hear that often as I’m sure you do too. Could you just speak to that in helping us in that field that we are busy? Helping us just manage our time better.
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I’ll do more than just speak to it. I’ll give you some keys to the kingdom. I’ll share with you my proprietary productivity pyramid. If you can think of it as a pyramid, a triangle, with four spaces in that triangle. The very first space at the bottom is what we call no or low value. That is where you’re doing things in your day that don’t give you much bang for your buck. You might be doing the dishes, watching TV or going to the store to get ink for your printer. Those are all things that keep people somewhat busy but they don’t help you grow your real estate business, do they? We go up to the second level and that’s where we call it, low dollar value. You’re doing something that is getting you ready to make money. It’s definitely better than the first level because in the second level maybe you’re preparing a PPM. Maybe you are doing some research in a certain neighborhood. Maybe you’re compiling a list of investors.
We’ve got level one, now we’ve got level two that is low dollar value. Then we go up and this is where it gets fun. We go up to level three on the pyramid and that’s called, high dollar value. That is where you are out there doing something that is going to potentially put money in your pocket. Maybe you’re walking the building and you’re about to put in an offer. Maybe you are pitching to a group of investors to each bring in $50,000 to your deal. Maybe you’re doing something to optimize and maximize an opportunity but level three is where you’re doing it, where there’s a massive opportunity to actually get an ROI on that specific thing you’re doing. That’s level three and then level four, the very tip top of the triangle is called high lifetime value.
That is where you’re doing something with your time that brings lifetime value to you. Maybe you’re reading a book and my bible is Think and Grow Rich. I’ve read this so many times. I’ve listened to the audio that is high lifetime value. I will always carry that forward. Maybe you’re going to an event, maybe you’re listening to this podcast, maybe you’re working out, maybe you’re spending quality time with your family and your kids outside of real estate, so it fills up your cup in other areas. When I talk about these four levels, I also give them colors. Level one is what I call, brown time. It’s crap time. It means that you know what, it’s probably not going to give you much bang for your buck.
Level two is what I call light green time. The color of money but it’s light green. Level three is also green but it’s called, dark green. That’s when you’re doing things that can bring you some nice dark green cash and then the very tip top level four is called gold time. That is where you’re doing things again that fill up your cup, that make you feel good. My wife and I, we travel a lot. We do a lot of speaking, we do a lot of things in Australia, Costa Rica and New York. We were in Paris. We were in Hong Kong. We include travel in that gold time up there and that’s also where you can add massive value to other people. This podcast, I would say is complete gold time. If your readers are reading to you and that is not brown, that is not light green, that is not dark green, that is seriously gold time. I’ve got to give you a shout out and honor you for the work that you do as well but does that pyramid makes sense when you ask me to speak to time management?
I was thinking about how I can relate to that triangle because it’s all those low-value tasks that bombard your day. Before you know it, if you haven’t planned your day or if you hadn’t thought through that then you’ve wasted your day doing all this minuscule nothing. It’s another reason I suggest people hiring an assistant or a virtual assistant of some kind. You can start giving those tasks to somebody because you won’t even realize how many you’re doing until you have somebody available that can do them for you. You can start handing them off.
That’s a huge distinction in itself that you’ve got to know is an hour of your time worth and should you be outsourcing something to someone else because it’s important. We don’t say that all brown or light green activities are bad because if you don’t keep track of your records, you don’t file things and you don’t do all of those things. The IRS is going to come back. It’s going to haunt you. You also have to do what you spoke to and that is know when your dark green activities are for your day. Plan them, time block them because that’s where you’re going to scale. That’s where you’re going to make a return and then scheduling those gold activities as well. That’s what I see a lot of my clients doing. That’s what Tony Robbins does. It’s what I do and I’m telling you, “Success leaves clues.”
Is there a way that you have improved your business that we can all plot hours, maybe outside of what we’ve talked, whether it’s a piece of software or whether it’s something you use daily, anything?
I have diversified even though I’ve done syndications with Joe, with Dave Thompson, Julie Lamb, Annie Dickerson and some other people. I’ve believed that I want some different opportunities to have different streams of capital or cash coming in. As a Master Platinum Coach, that’s one income stream for me. I do consulting, that’s another income stream. I do keynote speaking, that’s a third income stream. My real estate is a fourth income stream. We go out there and we believe that there are also other ways for us to add value. You should identify what those might be and then act upon them. For me, that was hiring my own coach. That was where I don’t just sit here and talk the talk. I walk the walk. In fact, I have two coaches that are helping me grow my business. I have an accountability partner in Seattle that kicks my butt daily. To have a coach, a teacher, a mentor, a trainer, a facilitator, a sounding board, it is one of the things that you or your readers can do to optimize and maximize this whole journey.
How did you and your accountability partner communicate?
It’s by phone and email, sometimes text but a lot of emails back and forth, phone calls every Monday night that lasts for an hour. Sporadic phone calls throughout the week but it’s a chance to check in and it’s literally 30 minutes, “What are your three to thrive? What are the top three things that you’re working on in real estate? What’s working and what’s not working.” Then we banter and talk a little bit about our families. I’ve got three boys and I play high level sports. We use a little bit of time for that as well. I ask all of you, if there were three things that you should be doing, to grow your real estate business and we call those your three to thrive, could you identify them? If you had an accountability partner and you held them accountable for those three this week and they held you accountable for your three this week, do you see how a high tide lifts all boats? That’s what it’s built around.
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Is your accountability somebody that’s at your level in business? How did you find this person?
I would say that they’re ahead of me in certain areas and I’m ahead of them in certain areas. It’s that Yin and Yang and you always get what need. The universe delivers every single time. That’s like somebody’s reading this, needed to hear some of those five keys to scaling real estate. Someone else needed to hear something on time management. Someone else needed to hear that they got to get rid of those limiting beliefs. Someone else heard they got to be a better communicator in terms of their certainty, their clarity and their confidence. It’s like my accountability partner is who he is and I’m who I am, it’s like pitching and catching extraordinarily where we always hang up that phone, feeling better off that we have each other but learning something that we didn’t know before that call started as well.
What’s the number one thing that’s contributed to your success?
The number one thing that has contributed to my success is reading Think and Grow Rich. That book was written a long time ago but the fundamentals of having that white-hot desire, knowing what you want and why you want it, then having a defined commitment to go after it and taking extreme ownership is paramount. It does not happen in a straight line. It certainly hasn’t to me. I’ve lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in failed business ventures. I’ve been through the fire when it comes to building my own businesses. My mom got cancer. My dad got Parkinson’s disease. My best friend died when we invested in a property together unexpectedly.
Stuff is going to happen but having that mental toughness to ask yourself, “Is life happening to me or is life happening for me?” is the biggest distinction I can give people. There are going to be ups and there are going to be downs. It’s going to be summer and then you’re going to go through winter but always, I can assure you that after winter, the summer sun will come out again. Napoleon Hill had a great quote in Think and Grow Rich, “Every adversity brings with it the seed of equivalent advantage.” That means that everything you go through that isn’t to your liking, there’s a blessing in it. There’s a lesson in it and I’ve been through a lot of those. I’m sure you have as well because real estate is one of those things where you’re going to hit some speed bumps.
You’re going to have obstacles, you’re going to have roadblocks, but you have to remain defiantly committed to your identity to get over them, around them, under them or through them. That’s ultimately something that I think by listening to this show, reading great books go into great conferences, being around like-minded entrepreneurs. You get a bit of that tribal order where you don’t have to do it alone. You see other people navigating their journey and you can learn from them and they can learn from you. There’s my best advice to give you.
I appreciate that, Trevor. How do you like to give back?
I give back in immeasurable ways. I do a lot of pro bono coaching. We do a lot. My wife and I are doing some cool stuff down in Costa Rica right now with the locals in building some lower income and lower family houses down there. We got back from six weeks in Australia. We did some great charity work down there and did some free keynote speaking there to young groups of entrepreneurs. Give me an audience and a microphone, and I’ll get in front of anyone.
Trevor, you’ve been a great guest. I appreciate your time and the keys to having a successful syndication business and going through the master of influence and time management. It’s been phenomenal and I appreciate it. Tell the readers how they can learn more about you.
It’s very simple. You can always go to www.TrevorMcGregor.com. If any of you are really serious about scaling your business and you would love an opportunity to connect one-on-one coaching, there’s a limited number of people that I can do this with. If you are defiantly committed to your journey, just go to www.CoachWithTrevor.com. You’ll be able to enter your details and we’ll set up a 45-minute break through session where we’ll take a look at your real estate business in terms of what’s working, what’s not working and we’ll touch on these five keys to success and turn you loose on what you need to do and if learning a little bit more about how coaching would impact you and your real estate business. We’ll talk about that as well. My primary goal is to serve you on that session.
I hope the readers will reach out to you and connect with you on your website. I hope they also go to Lifebridge Capital and connect with me and go to our Facebook group, The Real Estate Syndication Show where we can all connect and grow our businesses together from experts like Trevor. We will talk to each of you soon. Thanks so much, Trevor.
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About Trevor McGregor
Trevor is a Master Platinum Coach with over 15,000 hours of coaching experience. He’s worked with clients from around the world, including Fortune 500 executives, high-level real estate investors, entrepreneurs, world-class athletes and professionals. They all seek him for one reason: life-changing transformation.
Before launching his own coaching practice, Trevor was a Master Coach with the Anthony Robbins Group, offering elite coaching unlike any other program in the world.
His mission is to assist others in realizing their true power and hidden potential to achieve more success, wealth, freedom and contribution than they ever thought possible.