Nick Papas from Century 21 in Maroubra, New South Wales talks about what he wants to get out of Transform Masters, his leadership ambitions, and his key takeaways from ARPM 2017.
Nick: Hi, I’m Nick Papas from Century 21 Eastern Beaches Maroubra in New South Wales. I love what I’ve been doing. I’ve been doing it for 14 years, wouldn’t change it for the world. I want to do it for another 60 years.
Q. What do you like about your local area?
Nick: What I love about my local area is just the lifestyle in general, the beaches, the community. I feel like I’m constantly on holidays when I’m at work or I’m at home.
Q. What are your leadership ambitions?
Nick: My leadership ambitions are to really grow my current team, and get them into my business as shareholders, partners. I’m all about helping others grow with me, not just seeing myself grow. So one of my big ambitions is to grow the people that are on my journey with me right now, and bring them in as business owners with me.
Q. What do you want to get out of Transform Masters?
Nick: The one thing that I really want to learn in Transform is how to manage my business better, from a financial position, but also be able to make enough time to continue doing what I do in my business, not focusing just on that.
Q. Favourite ARPM 2017 speaker?
Nick: My favourite speaker was really Cyril, because I can relate a lot to what he was talking about. I like to do everything yesterday, all at once, and then I think I’m trying to do too much. Cyril really broke it down for me as to what I should be doing.
Q. Most valuable takeaway from ARPM 2017?
Nick: What I really loved about ARPM 2017 was I realised that there’s a really good support network in our industry, and that there was a lot of other business owners and staff members that were there. We’re all going through the same thing, and it was just beautiful to be able to sit down, talk with other professionals, not only the speakers, and the presenters, but just the people that were there attending.