Let’s face it, we all experience fear and anxiety in life. Do you know how to leverage it or conquer it? In Episode 10, Ross speaks with realtor Jeremy “JT” Taylor about how he leverages his fear to live out his passion for coaching and developing others through their limiting beliefs. In the second half of the show, Ross speaks with businessman Eric Hovde about ideas you can adopt in your life today to conquer fear and anxiety.
Jeremy “JT” Taylor
After a storied career in the fine dining food and beverage industry, Jeremy “JT” Taylor is now “doing his thing” in his second career as a realtor in Las Vegas. He recognizes how connecting with others and paying it forward are critical components to his sense of fulfillment, so he’s thrilled to be running a team for the Jamie Cox Group at his Keller Williams Office on the Henderson side of the valley – where he coaches and develops other realtors to achieve their max.
Vegas became JT’s permanent crash pad after getting out of the Marine Corps. His personal passions include rock climbing, race car driving, skydiving and music. He believes that no matter what your thing is in life, there is really only one thing that holds you back from achieving greatness – and that’s wanting it badly enough.
Connect with JT: JT@jamiecoxgroup.com | Facebook
JT’s “must read” book: The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan
Businessman Eric Hovde leads multiple companies. As CEO of Hovde Properties, LLC, Eric oversees the management of the company and of all major development projects; serves as Chairman and CEO of H Bankcorp, a $1.3 billion private bank holding company; and is the founder and CEO of asset management firm Hovde Capital Advisors, LLC. Additionally, Eric founded the Hovde Foundation with his brother Steven Hovde to pursue two primary causes: support clinical research to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis and provide charitable relief for children in desperate need around the world. The foundation has built Hovde Houses for children in Mexico, Peru, Ghana, Rwanda, Kenya, and Guatemala thus far. The foundation also helps homeless families in Eric’s hometown of Madison, Wisconsin.
Eric studied economics and international relations at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. He is married and has two daughters.
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