Member Since 2013
Team Clayton of RE/MAX Professionals
Phoenix, Arizona Area
In 2008 my business partner and I founded Jackrabbit Janitorial, a Eco-friendly cleaning company in Phoenix. Begining in 2010, we worked with a veteran pool builder to create Infinity Pools of Texas. A custom pool builder in San Antonio, TX. Then in 2012 I co-founded Awesome Cookie Company, an artisanal cookie company. I graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelors Degree in Spanish and a International Business certification from the W.P. Carey School of Business in 2010. I also studied International Business and Spanish at Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo in Sevilla, España Finally in 2017 I joined the family business, Team Clayton of RE/MAX Professionals. We are a top producing company within the Arizona and nationwide. Now we are working to grow to be the top team in the state of Arizona. Giving back is also a huge part of our business and we donate to Phoenix Children's hospital through the Miracle Home Program by Children's Miracle Network. We love helping people realize the dream of homeownership and grow their lives and families.
Getting involved in your local community is an easy way to build relationships and find loyal customers for your business. Hosting a community event can help you kick-start these relationships, but events can be expensive, and a new small business may not have the resources necessary to host one.
A critical aspect of gaining recognition online is mastering the all-important blog post. While blogging has been around for decades, many people still struggle with understanding how to utilize blog posts to attract readers and gain more recognition.
Business leaders have a lot of responsibilities to juggle, which often lead to non-stop workdays and sleepless nights. The overwork culture naturally drives entrepreneurs to burn out, whether in the short or long term.
As social media becomes a go-to communication platform for consumers across all demographics, it’s important for companies to increase their brand awareness on the platforms their audiences use. Leveraging these social media platforms effectively can help create strong connections with customers, draw them to your business, and build brand loyalty.
Leaders often fall prey to and mistakenly share myths about sales with their team. Believing these misconceptions can hurt their ability to sell.
Building a brand takes a lot of time, effort and resources—but so does monitoring the competition. No business can perform both at the maximum possible effectiveness, and so compromises must be made. Companies must balance their time and other resources to ensure they can achieve both.
A top producing real estate team in Arizona.