Ran Biderman Is A Member of ICF (International Coaching Federation)
As a Real Estate Coach, I design breakthrough experiences that elevate Realtors awareness and responsibility.
"When you become aware of yourself, your habits and what's holding you back, you become automatically more empowered to make the necessary changes that allow you to go to your next level".
The 5 Performance Levels
of Real Estate Coaching:
To Make You Money Now
Level 1 coaching is for brand new real estate agents and those who struggle to make enough money in the business.
At this level we will work through the process of building your sales and marketing skills and develop the right approach for your own personality style to generate and convert your own leads.
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Is Real Estate Coaching Tax Deductible?
We always recommend everyone to speak with a professional accountant before making any financial decisions.
According to the IRS, in the United States, coaching, training, mentoring and continuing education is a tax deduction for self employees and independent contractors.
To read more about this topic directly from the IRS website, click here.
WHY COACH RAN BIDERMAN?
"Ran has lead me to the next level of my career (From 5 to over 50 deals a year).
His aggressive yet understanding approach lights a fire under you and motivates you like nothing else can"
"Ran has been working with our real estate agency for over 5 years now, he has helped myself and our company grow leaps and bounds with his insight on systems, recruiting and training. I would highly recommend ran for any brokerage owner or team to take them to the next level!"
"Ran is a great guy and a very talented coach...always focus on growth, lots to learn from...if you're a broker or a real estate agent and you want a coach with a different point of view... I highly recommend you to work with Ran"
"He is a tough coach but that's what's needed to compete and be successful. Having his actionable knowledge tailored to my market and circumstances has made all the difference"