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#104 Casanova Brooks

Finding Your Gift

Host Dream Nation

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Casanova Brooks is an award-winning real estate agent, investor, speaker, and CEO. Host of Dream Nation podcast.

Who would have thought that a man who once had no home to house his family in and no job to earn income, would’ve locked in 46 real estate deals in his first year as a real estate agent and earn the rookie of the year award in a brand new city with no family, friends, or network? Casanova is foremost a Relationship Builder cultivating and transforming young and old minds into productive ones.

Nurturing the ideology – It Starts With Your Mindset – Casanova Brooks held up strong when he hit rock bottom. 

Talking Points:

  • Discussing Dream Nation - creating a life by our design, everyone has a dream but it is those of us who dare to continue to dream as we get older those are the ones who succeed. 


  • we all need some type of inspiration - my unfair advantage, always being able to move forwards, I am just a very ordinary person 


  • talking about losing everything and his family support network, when he was mentally out of the game - action removed all doubt - the only I can control is my effort, everything takes action, don’t be afraid of the contact 


  • "having money is not everything, but not having it is" - money is just the result of the problems that you have solved 


  • discussing shedding your armour - and letting ourselves recover, no one stays on top forever, everything comes in ebbs and flows, be genuine but you do not have to have the money to make an impact - (21)


  • unpacking Gary Vaynerchuk's message, what is your gift, what are your skills, what would they listen and what is my message, who are the people I want to serve, knowing what your lane is and what your gift is 


  • his No 1 goals is to get Podcast to 1m downloads, touch the masses the fastest - exposure is the key to success, living a life of an impact 


  • discussing how to build a foundation and what to build it on (38)


  • discussing Ellen and Oprah, having a super dominant lane, stay consistent and have a good enough strategy, - ‘have to be bold enough’ how big is big enough to be an expert in it


  • having a team and people around who can be authentic to your message, has to be out there to the world for people to consume it


  • his first year he did 48 deals, tested so many ideas and his gift was building relationships 


 To contact Casanova click on the following social links

  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn - Black Circle

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