It was a sense of duty to help people in his community that steered Robbie Grossman to pursue a career in real estate.
“I was very interested in forming a business centered around values that create a positive impact,” says Robbie, adding that he received lots of great advice when first entering the business.
A bit of advice he feels is important to share is that consistent prospecting activities are key to long-term success and sustainability in the industry.
Robbie is a seasoned Realtor® now, but as a child he had hopes of becoming a professional baseball player. In reality, Robbie’s journey into real estate followed other careers that served communities. Robbie worked in the criminal justice field where he worked as an ID Specialist at the Hennepin County Jail. He also worked as a 911 operator and call taker for the City of Minneapolis.
Advises Robbie, “It’s important to invest thought into how to balance career and family and social life. Much like anything else in life, I also think it’s important to prioritize a positive approach and mindset, even in the most challenging of situations.”
Being present with family and chilling at home are how Robbie’s spends his time away from real estate.
The SPAAR Board of Directors provides strategic direction, leadership and guidance for the Association and its committees. Thank you, Robbie, for your work with SPAAR.
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