8-6 * WomanUP! Weekly LIVE w/ Kendyl Young

Kendyl attended the very first WomanUP!® in 2017 and her story and support are woven into the foundation of the movement. She has been in her very own Courageous Reinvention and is ready to share it with the world - starting here!


Kendyl is a terminally curious SciFi Geek who loves words, food, and laughter.


Kendyl Young is the owner of Kendyl Young Consulting and a 34 year veteran of residential real estate sales. She is a speaker and consultant to agents and teams looking to grow without sacrificing their customer experience.


What her IG profile says...

Nerd, Foodie, Tesla, Hiker. Expert Realtor ready to share 🙌

💰Convert CRM to Cash

⏳Templates to Save Time

🥇Workflows for the Win

👆Website for Deets

www.kendylyoung.com


AND she’s a 2021 WaveMaker!


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We have our annual event coming up and it is a series of 4 workshops to help us all walk the path of Courageous Reinvention. You’ve been going through your own reinvention! Let’s start there… What have you been cooking up?


COVID gave me the space to ponder. I am really good at selling homes, and the safe thing would be to continue doing it. But we all had to face mortality, yeah? I love to coach and teach. I like thinking about a topic few in real estate leadership seem to ponder… what will make real estating better for the customer? Leadership is focused on stuff related to profitability - I get that, but agents? Agents care a great deal about their customers.


At the same time, agents are running ragged, making less per hour with each passing day. Who is helping them help their clients?


So- I screwed up the courage to launch Kendyl Young Consulting to propagate the idea that better customer experience leads to better everything. I’ll share lots of ideas in my monthly newsletter, sell my workflows and take on a very few coaching clients.



You’ve been with us since the first event… let’s talk about the shifts you’ve seen in the community and industry these last 4+ years!


Women (like me) didn’t even realize what we could do.