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US agency to tell UK young people how to be rich and successful

The UK operation of the US-led estate agency Keller Williams is to hold two free online sessions tomorrow aimed at explaining “the stuff about wealth and fulfilment that they don’t teach you in school.”

The morning session is aimed at 13 to 18 years olds and the longer afternoon event is for over-18s.

It’s described as a “free online knowledge event dedicated to our future leaders” and is part of Keller Williams UK’s annual Red Day, standing for Renew, Energise and Donate - and this year’s event suggests donation to thew Age UK Charity.


The sessions will involve Ben Taylor, the former Countrywide manager who is now chief executive of Keller Williams UK, presenting versions of the company’s ‘Quantum Leap’ business and motivation model, first created by US company founder Gary Keller.

Taylor and his colleagues will set out the models, the behaviours and the mindset that - in the words of the company - “have propelled thousands of people to millionaire status and, importantly, to finding more than just financial wealth in life.”

Taylor says: “Is this a crash course in estate agency? No, definitely not. I don’t mention real estate at all within the session as Quantum Leap has a far, far wider application for those seeking to become successful and to be the best version of themselves regardless of their chosen job or industry.”



And he continues: “What we’ll be setting out is a model to success that will make our future generations think differently right now and at a time where the world is greatly challenged and possibly changed forever. This is not the stuff that is taught in schools. Yet…”.

You can see more details and register here.

  • Chris Arnold

    Getting more and more like Scientology, every day. This insidious USA import, if adopted, will be the death of UK estate agency. How arrogant to imagine they better understand what is required for UK education.


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