Super Summit—Building Super REALTORS®, October 21, 2020
Achievement Now! Success Characteristics...
Provider: Texas REALTORS® #0001 · Course Number: #35782 · CE: 4 hours
Make plans to join us this year for a virtual experience. A full day of speakers, sponsor giveaways, and industry information. Meant to inspire the license holder to better themselves and their business, which ultimately improves how they handle clients and heightens the quality of the real estate industry. This training addresses barriers to success, and how previous conditioning and habits limit what we see as possible.
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Chris Field has been challenging complacency and disrupting the status quo most of his life. His most important disruption is Mercy Project, the non-profit he started to rescue children from human trafficking in Ghana, Africa. To date, Mercy Project has rescued more than 170 children, returned them to their families, and provided them with education that will transform their future for generations.
At 19-years-old Field ran his first marathon, ran for mayor of his hometown (placing third out of five), and was hired to run a camp that hosted 600 inner-city kids each summer. If disruption was a stick of dynamite, his spark had officially been lit. Field has filled the years from age 19 to 37 with countless more disruptions. He ran another 25 marathons, started the #1 ranked marathon in Texas, raised millions for charities, wrote the most viral ice cream review ever, teaches a business class at Texas A&M University, set four Guinness World Records, and has coached 100 businesses on their use of social media.
Field lives in College Station, Texas with his wife Stacey and their four young children.
Myra Oliver started her career as a hairstylist and owned her first business at the young age 20 years old. She is a serial Entrepreneur that currently is the Operating Principal for 3 Keller Williams Real Estate Franchises in 3 different states. Kentucky, Ohio and Texas.
Born and raised in the great state of Kentucky, where she learned at an early age the importance of work ethic and financial independence. Myra is a proud Kentucky Colonel.
She has been investing in Real Estate since the age of 22 when she bought her first home and still owns it. Through investing in real estate she was able to retire and sell her first business at age 33. After 3 years she was bored got her real estate license and pursued a career in Real Estate. She is a member of the National Association of REALTORS Hall of Fame (RPAC). She has served as President of her Local REALTOR Association, REALTOR of the Year, and Texas Association TREPAC Chairman.
Myra is an avid reader, passionate Dog Mom, and a 5 mile a day walker.
She resides in Denton, Texas with her husband and her beloved Chihuahua Izzy.
They have a second home in Kentucky. My favorite job is the one I do now, which is help people see their money differently and what it can do for their families.
Gary W. Maler
Gary Maler received his Master of Architecture degree from Texas A&M University in 1974. After graduation, he worked in Houston for Exxon’s real estate development subsidiary, Friendswood Development Company. At Friendswood, Gary performed the market feasibility studies for large-scale mixed-use development projects including Copperfield, Greenspoint, and Kingwood’s residential, shopping, entertainment, and office complexes. He also supervised their construction.
He was one of several key people involved in establishing Friendswood’s commercial real estate development division. He coordinated Friendswood’s special projects in other regions of the country and managed the design and financing of utilities and infrastructure for Kingwood.
Gary returned to Texas A&M to join the Real Estate Center, the nation’s largest and leading publicly funded real estate research organization. He currently leads the Center as its director. The Center and its staff are recognized internationally as thought leaders in real estate. Gary is a frequent public speaker on real estate issues and public policy. He is often in contact with the state’s top policymakers as they seek his perspective and insight from the Center’s research.
Gary is passionate about employing the powerful combination of creativity and strategy in leadership. Gary has facilitated well over 250 strategy sessions for private companies, institutions, nonprofits organizations, and boards of Realtors. He led the way at Texas A&M University in establishing a comprehensive institutional real estate asset management plan for the university system, developed and copyrighted an institutional real estate asset decision matrix, and was part of the original team that developed Texas A&M’s Research Park.
Gary served on the Urban Land Institute Houston Chapter board of advisors. He nurtures a love for indigenous Texas architecture by making time for sketching and developing a portfolio of drawings in the Texas vernacular. In 2012, Gary was named an outstanding alumnus of Texas A&M’s College of Architecture and a “Transformational Leader in Mays Business School in 2016. He relaxes by playing acoustic guitar and fly fishing.
Candace Cooke has been involved in the real estate industry for 37 years. She is licensed in Texas as a real estate broker, certified general appraiser, and instructor. Candy is active in the Texas REALTORS® and serves on several committees at the local, state, and national level. She is currently President-Elect for the Real Estate Business Institute, an affiliate of NAR. Education is her passion.
Candy is one of the Senior Instructors for the Texas REALTORS® and currently teaches several “Train the Trainer” classes. As a member of Texas REALTORS® Professional Standards committee, Candy strongly believes REALTORS need to always “do the right thing” which is strongly promoted in her classes. Candy was a member of the first class for NAR’s Masters of Real Estate (MRE) program. She believes you can never stop learning in this business.
Candy’s enthusiasm for any subject she teaches is contagious. Her classes routinely book to capacity and she travels throughout Texas and beyond to teach. She actively broadcasts classes live in order to serve more students across the state. She lives in Central Texas with her husband Mike and enjoys canning and knitting when she's not teaching.
What others are saying...
"Great conference! Keep doing what you’re doing!"
—2019 Super Summit Attendee
"Great summit! Wonderful speakers provided insight and knowledge that will positively affect my business moving forward!"
—2019 Super Summit Attendee
"Wonderful speakers! I walked away with tools and a changed mindset! I’m excited to implement the others first mentality in my team structure!"
—2019 Super Summit Attendee
Photos from Super Summit 2019.
We're sad we cannot meet in person, but are excited to bring you all the best parts of Super Summit virtually.
Connect with speakers and licensed agents from around the state. With Super Summit now being digital, we are excited to build a community without walls and collaborate with our members and open it up to a larger collaborative group.
Where will you be joining us from?
A unique Continuing Education experience...
Whether your a Texas licensed agent needing CE* or you're just looking for a unique learning experience, Super Summit is just that! Boost your career, build your knowledge, and raise your skillset to the next level. Learn best practices, latest tools, and industry trends that will keep you ahead of the curve.
*Attendees requesting CE will require photo ID, a webcam & microphone while attending the entirety of the virtual Super Summit on Wedenesday, October 21, 2020.
Will there be a charge?
GDWCAR is pleased to offer admission to our virtual Super Summit at a new tiered-price. Registration for the online event is available through three tiers, with prices ranging from $5 to $50; that latter tier includes an exclusive signed copy of speaker, Myra Oliver's, new book.
For more information on the pricing and to register, click here.
Will there be CE at the virtual Super Summit?
Yes, with an active TREC License you will receive 4 hours CE credit if you meet the below requirements.
In order to participate and receive CE for the courses you will need access to:
A laptop/device with the capability of running a Zoom meeting with a microphone and camera
Reliable internet service
The day before the event you will receive a class Zoom link and instructions on how to identify yourself on the Zoom meeting.
These courses will be monitored by a GDWCAR staff member to ensure attendance. You must be visible with your primary focus on the course instructor. The policy states that if you're doing other tasks (mowing the lawn, meeting with clients, driving, etc.) during the class we're unable to process CE.
Is a photo ID required?
Yes, photo ID is required upon check-in for CE verification purposes.
Is my registration fee transferable?
Yes, as long as GDWCAR is notified in advance with full name and email of person receiving registration.
What is the refund policy?
Refunds are available up to 5 business days prior to the Super Summit.
Can non-GDWCAR members attend Super Summit?
Of course! In order to register you will have to create a guest account through Navica. Scroll down to the very bottom of the registration page and find "Not a member? - Click here to obtain User Name and Password." Fill all of the information requested (including your License # and NRDS ID if you plan on receiving CE) and keep an eye on your email for login information (sometimes they go to the spam folder, so please check there).
What's the agenda?
Check back closer to the event for the day's lineup.
How may I contact GDWCAR with any questions?For questions about the Super Summit call 940-387-8212.
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