Episode 125:Michelle Barre – Don’t Ever Tell Me I Can’t Do something

Mark and JP - JPAR

Today on episode 125 of Success Superstars, JPAR’s Michelle Barre from the San Antonio market sits down with Mark Johnson, CEO of JPAR to talk about her having brain surgery to overcome epilepsy. Now she’s developed expertise in short sales and expired listings. She explains how she’s solving problems that other people can’t solve, and bringing them to the market place. She averages 20 closings a year.

“Don’t ever tell me I can’t do something.” – Michelle Barre

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About the Author
Mark is the host of "Success Superstars," a weekly show that highlights the blueprint of success, the co-founder of CoRecruit, and the Chief Executive Officer of JP & Associates REALTORS®, a rapidly growing full-service transaction-based real estate brokerage. He has invested nearly 25 years in understanding the inner workings of high performing real estate agents, teams, managers, and leaders in major markets across the world. Mark has served as a business coach in progressive leadership capacities for the 5th largest US-based real estate brokerage firm, in sales and customer marketing leadership capacities for a major consumer goods company, and served a stint in the US Army. He was later recalled to active duty during the desert storm campaign. Mark is a father of 3, a lifelong learner, Spartan, and adventure athlete. He earned his MBA from California State University and a Behavioral Change Certification from the National Association of Sports Medicine.