How To Take Your Business Further with CRM with Daniel Martinez

Dec 19, 2022 | Gathering Fans, Instruments of Choice, PodCast, Practice Makes Progress, Season 3

The Back-Story

Daniel has been an entrepreneur since 2018. He comes from a regular home, just like most people. He has owned and operated a trucking business for 2 years. He started learning real estate in 2019. Fell into the Data & Skiptracing business in 2020. Along with his partner Anthony; they started Hivemind in 2021. It is a real estate and business mastermind. It also comes with an all-in-one CRM that can host unlimited websites and users.

Starting the Hivemind has been an amazing journey so far. Seeing one of their users make his 6-figure month in June 2021 leveraging their software, he knows there will be plenty more to come!

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In This Episode:
[0:00] Intro
[0:24] Daniel’s story of success and his business “why”
[3:44] A story from Daniel that listeners can learn from
[7:03] Don’t take your intuition for granted
[9:40] Do you want to buy businesses? Here’s a great fact to keep in mind
[11:39] Daniel’s approach to learning and practice
[15:01] How does he get fans?
[18:44] Things are GOING to go bad, but you can also start fresh
[22:35] The tools he used
[24:35] Learn more about HiveMind CRM
[25:39] Who could benefit from HiveMind CRM?
[27:45] Outro


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Tim Melanson: Hello and welcome to today’s episode of the Work at Home Rockstar podcast.

Excited for today’s guest. He’s the c e o of Hi Mind and the host of Hive with Us podcast. Very excited. He is. Uh, so what he, he helps is he helps anyone in the real estate industry to automate their business, get more business. So I’m excited to be rocking out today with Daniel Martinez. Hey, Daniel, are you ready to rock?

Let’s rock. Let’s rock and roll. Awesome. Well, we always start off with a good note here. So tell me a story of success in your business that we can be inspired.

Daniel Martinez: Um, success in my business. Um, a lot of people they have like personal, personal, personal wises and why they wanna do for time freedom and family freedom and all that of stuff.

Um, I really didn’t know what my business why was. And you always have to business. Why? Because you really have to be passionate about what you do. And on a good note, That’s, that’s what you really wanted to do. So, um, one of my clients hit a six figure month and I’m like, what in the world? And they’re from spreadsheets and paperwork and all this stuff.

So for them to accelerate their business to that level, I’m like, if I have one client that can do it, I can have thousands that can do it. So that’s really kind of been my business. Why, and that’s where I, I end on a good note where I’m really trying to help. Businesses accelerate their business cuz a lot of people aren’t using CRMs as a whole.

So it’s one of those things where we’re trying to help businesses just do better and become better and be more efficient and get more business as a whole. .

Tim Melanson: Yeah, I, and you know what, we were talking just before this. I, I, I actually, well, I’ve been in business for 15 years and I recently just started using a crm.

I was using spreadsheets before and it has improved quite a bit. So I don’t think, I, I think people sort of think that, oh, no, I can handle this with my spreadsheets, but I’m not, I’m not sure if it can as effectively as you can with some sort of automated, uh, process.

Daniel Martinez: Yeah, a hundred percent. And like I said, 80% of businesses, they don’t even use one for the first five years.

You’re 15 years in and barely starting using one. Now, it can really take your business to the next level, especially if you’re a small local business solopreneur. If you’re used to wearing all those hats, like there’s certain hats that you can automate so you don’t have to effectively use some of your well, well, well, well timed points of the day just to do this stuff.

So you can definitely automate it and help and be more effective with your. Yep.

Tim Melanson: Totally, totally true. And I mean, uh, I think that that is the thing is that, uh, like it does take a while before you start to use it, and I think it ends up happening when you get too busy. Like, I, I got, I had too many things, too many plates spinning, and there was too many, you know, leads out there that I was starting to get confused.

And that’s when I went to the c R M. But I think now in hindsight, I. Should have done that in the beginning. And then I wouldn’t have gotten to that point where I was actually, you know, where leads were, were just disappearing because I, I wasn’t following up with them because they were in a spreadsheet somewhere that I just missed.


Daniel Martinez: A hundred percent. And like it’s just one of those things that follow up is key. It takes seven to 12 contacts just to convert that sale. And if you’re not out there actually actively working, it is just gonna go to somebody else and somebody else is gonna monetize that lead. And if you put precious dollars in time to nurture and get that lead in general, you’re just

Tim Melanson: wasting.

Yeah. And depending on what your business is, but most of our businesses, I mean, someone who’s ready to buy is ready to buy. They’re looking for someone to buy from. And if you’re not following up, you’re right. They’re following up with somebody else or, uh, you know, someone else is following up with them.

So it’s just a matter of like, you know, I, I guess there are probably some businesses where you, you know, they’re not ready to buy. And, but that doesn’t make any se like any business, you’re really looking for people that are ready. That are looking for you. And if you’re not doing that, follow up, somebody else is.

So now with the Good note comes a bad note. Of course, that’s one of the bad notes. . But, but I’m wondering, like, is there something specific that you could share with us that, you know, just didn’t go as planned and something we can learn from? Yeah. Uh, I originally,

Daniel Martinez: uh, my first visit I went into was trucking.

So I’m originally a truck driver. Used load trucks, used hand load trucks at some point, but, One of the things I learned in business early on, I’ve been an entrepreneur for about five years now, um, was that not all businesses should be run by you. There’s businesses out there that don’t have as much profit margins or maybe not worth your time depending on where you’re at in your entrepreneurship level.

Like this is a, this is a, a. A pivot start and pivot type thing. Most people fail multiple businesses before they find one successful one. But the only thing, the thing about that is, is that you only need to find one successful one and you’re pretty much set for life. So a lot of ti, a lot of times people will get stuck and like, I need to do this one thing.

And sometimes it doesn’t work out, but that’s where you need to pivot into something better and see where the road takes you.

Tim Melanson: So how did you know that it wasn’t for you? Like what, what if you had just pushed through? I.

Daniel Martinez: Oh, I, I took it. I mean, I did, I mean, I did, it was one of those things where like, I literally took it to the, I really couldn’t anymore, and it stressed me out where I just couldn’t do it any, I couldn’t do it physically anymore, and it literally drained all my funds.

So I did that for two years. My first year is an entrepreneurship over with trucking, and, uh, I grossed $550,000 in two years, but I still lost a hundred thousand so, Hey, don’t laugh at me. ,

Tim Melanson: you’re talking about the bad. No, here, that’s totally normal .

Daniel Martinez: But like, it’s one of those things where like pe people, people never talk about their failures and I’m really glad you, you even have the segment on here because like, it’s one of, I’m not ashamed of not going, going through that lesson because it’s push me to bigger and better things and I, I’ve learned from my mistakes and I don’t, I wouldn’t change my journey of how I got here because that’s, those are lessons I needed to get and grow.

Tim Melanson: Oh man, I, and I love talking about this too because it, it is, I, I do find it funny when, when you look back in, in time and think about the mistakes that you made, cuz they’re all funny now, you know? But at the time they were not funny , that’s for sure. . Uh, but yeah, I mean, it, it’s funny that you say that.

You, you, you know, you make $500,000 but lose a hundred thousand. That is so normal because people think, oh, I’m making all this money, which means I must be successful. But if you’re spending more than you’re making, then there’s something going on there, right? And, uh, you know, Good. Uh, good on you for figuring it out.

Uh, but I, I think that that’s just it. I mean, uh, there are lots of things you could do as an entrepreneur and I, I think it really, entrepreneurship is more the mindset of it, uh, whether you’re in this area or this area or this area. I mean, don’t get married too much in that stuff cuz you know, maybe there’s something better for you.

Yeah, there’s

Daniel Martinez: a a million,

Tim Melanson: million ways to make a million dollars . Yeah. Probably a billion to make a billion .

Daniel Martinez: Yeah, a hundred percent. And then, like I said, and it’s, it’s crazy as it seems, but there’s so many ways to make money out here. Don’t get stuck in that one thing. And once you o, once your eyes are open to opportunity, you see opportunity around every corner.

Tim Melanson: and, and I think like, uh, if, if I’m, cause I’ve done a, about, uh, well over 200 interviews now on this podcast. And like, uh, the interesting thing that keeps on coming up is that it, it, it seems like we know intuitively whether we’re on the right path or not, right? I mean, if, you know, and, and, uh, I very rarely talked to somebody who thought they were like, everything was going great and then turned out it wasn’t the right way.

They sort of have this gut feeling, you know, that they’re not on the right. and they have this gut feeling when they are on the right path, right? It’s,

Daniel Martinez: uh, it’s like an intuition and it gets better as you get older. I, I feel like, uh, older people have their, they become wiser with age, but it comes with experience too.

Um, and like some, something like there, there’s a, there’s a thing every day that wants to become an entrepreneur. That one thing to become entrepreneurs. Just start like, 90% of the people will never start a business. They might have the aspirations to, but they’re afraid or fearful or, um, they just won’t do it.

So if you just start, you’re separating yourself. And then I, I always say this a lot too, if you continue and you’re consistent, that’s what separates you from everybody else. Because most people will, they’ll, they’ll fall off. And I always, I always say this too, is, Entrepreneurship is a, it’s a survival game.

You survive long enough, you’ll get there.

Tim Melanson: Yep. And let’s face it too now, as opposed to 15, 20, 50, a hundred years ago, getting started in a business is way easier, way less expensive. I mean, I think, I think that’s the thing is a lot of people think that, oh, you know, I’m gonna start a business. I’m gonna invest.

You know, hundreds of thousands of dollars into a business and, you know, maybe I might not get it back. They, they feel like it’s too much of a risk. But nowadays, you can start a side hustle while you’re working a full-time job and grow that into a business, right?

Daniel Martinez: A hundred percent. The, this, this information age has opened up so many doors to so many different ways to make money that weren’t even known.

30 years ago, just cuz phones weren’t a thing, internet wasn’t a thing. Like all these things are so new. It kind of opened up different avenues where you can really go into anything you want to And the information is out there readily on YouTube and podcasts and, and Google.

Tim Melanson: Yep. It’s just. . Yep. No excuse nowadays, if you wanna start a business, there’s one out there for you.

And like you said earlier, uh, you know, start somewhere. Buy something simple to just kind of get, cuz a lot of the principles that you learn as an entrepreneur are totally transferrable to just about any business you could do. And that’s the important part is to just get in there and do something, you know, inexpensive to start.

And then once you start to get the hang of it, then you can start to look into something. Maybe there is a business that you want to buy and, uh, you. Before buying that business, why not start with something that doesn’t cost a bunch of money first?

Daniel Martinez: Right. Well, here’s, I don’t know if you know about this.

This is what we’re looking to buy businesses in 2023, is that most businesses, 90% of businesses fail within the first few years of a new bi new, new entrepreneurship venture. But if you acquire an established business, you have a 90, 90% success rate .

Tim Melanson: I did not know that. That’s really good information.


Daniel Martinez: It’s, it’s a hundred percent true. And then for everybody looking to, uh, think about buying businesses, right now, the baby boomers are all retiring and passing away over till 2030. There’s like 7 million baby boomers retiring and 18% of those owned businesses. Oh, wow. So there’s

Tim Melanson: gonna be

Daniel Martinez: a huge transfer of wealth over the next seven to 10 years that you might be able to walk into a business and take over just because.

The kids might not want anything to do with it. Their parents been a part of it their whole life, and that’s something, they might have been a plumber for 50 years and that’s, they don’t wanna be a plumber. Yeah. Yeah. There’s a plumber business out there for sale

Tim Melanson: right now, guaranteed. Yeah, it’s brilliant.

And I mean the, like you say, if, if the business is already successful, well then the, there isn’t that much. I mean, you know, there is some vision and you are gonna have to make some changes, I’m sure. But for the most part, that business is sort of dialed in already. Right? And that, that first year of failure is long gone.

Right. .

Daniel Martinez: Hundred percent. The client bases are already there. It’s already established business. It usually comes with employees that are already delegated to do their role. They’ve been in place for a long time with all these mom and pop businesses. They have five to 15 employees already there, already established that if no one’s there to take the reins, they’re just gonna close it.

Tim Melanson: Yeah. So now, so now the goal is to start a nice, inexpensive business. Build it up, make some money, go buy another business. That’s that. Uh, uh, boomers retiring from. It’s a great. Hundred

Daniel Martinez: percent. If you, if you make, if you make that deal, let me know. I’m

Tim Melanson: talking about the podcast. , we’ll bring you back.

Perfect . So now let’s talk a little bit about practice makes perfect, or practice makes progress. So tell me a little bit about your, um, like are you still learning? Are you still growing? What, what are you doing? What’s your approach to practice? .

Daniel Martinez: I learn every day, and this is where I, I always, I used to talk to, I used to tell this to truck drivers.

They hated this. When I told ’em this, they were like, I have still hire drivers. I’m like, I got 15 years of experience. And I’m like, no, you don’t. He’s like, no, I’ve been doing this 15 years. I’m like, no, you don’t. You’ve been doing the same thing over and over again for 15 years. You only have one year of experience with 15 of the same rough kid year behind that.

And they always used to get mad at me. Cause I’m like, you never grew beyond that. You literally took this and you ran with it and now that’s all you do. So for everybody out there, you always, it’s, uh, entrepreneurship is definitely a growing game. And you grow as you get wiser. You grow with time, you grow with experience, you grow and make sure you grow Like up here every year, over year, over year.

Like I’ve started treking five years ago, now I do the software real estate and thing. I don’t know what I’ll do in the next five years. I have no idea. But it’s one of those things where I’m growing my knowledge, I’m growing my, um, Into my niches. I’m growing. Like all this stuff. There’s a, there’s this quote was like, if, what did you do?

We started today like, well, I learned all this stuff over time. You can’t take this away. You might be able to take my money, you might take my house, cars, all that stuff away, but you can’t take this away. I can always replicate it because I have the experience and knowledge to take it to the next level, and it’s all up here.


Tim Melanson: Yeah.

Anik Malenfant: Hi, my name is, I’m from Mastering Ascension and I’ve been working with Tim Lanson and the Creative Crew Agency for a number of years now. Tim is my go-to guy for all things technology, and his team have helped me to really, I. Create the platform that I need that represents my brand, my message, and connects me directly to my ideal clients.

What I particularly love about Tim is before he starts to dive into the technology, he always makes sure that he understands what your global view is, what your ultimate goals are, so then that way you’re not wasting a lot of time back and forth. Switching around technology or platforms, he creates something from the GetGo that is scalable, which is highly, highly, um, beneficial for any business.

What I’ve experienced from Tim and his team is they’re highly responsive. They are a wealth of information, and they’re gonna offer you the tools that you need to really make the mark that you wanna make in the world. That’s my recommendation for Tim. He’s awesome. You’re gonna love every minute. You won’t regret

Tim Melanson: it.

Yeah, that’s uh, that’s awesome. Oh my God. I betcha that did piss off a few truckers, . They hated it. Yeah. . Well, and that’s the thing about entrepreneurship, is it, it, is, it, it’s always changing. I mean, you’re never gonna have the same year twice. Right. And, uh, I, I guess that, you know, that just speaks to what kind of personality you are.

I mean, if you’re listening to this and you like that change and you thrive on it, well then entrepreneurship’s for you. But if not, uh, that’s okay as well, because every entrepreneur needs a solid workforce as well. So, you know, there, there’s something for everybody.

Daniel Martinez: Yeah, and it’s, it is crazy as it seems, but I heard this recently, it was that business isn’t forever.

Businesses like Blockbuster think were all, they were the top of its game and they just fell off because they didn’t adapt. So you always have to adapt to the ever-changing times because if you don’t, you’re just gonna get left behind. Beautiful.

Tim Melanson: So let’s talk a little about, about getting fans. Um, I mean, this is probably right up your alley, isn’t it?

So what’s your approach to, uh, you know, to getting people that love what

Daniel Martinez: you’re. Um, number one is always be consistent. Um, there’s a lot that comes with that. There’s rep repetition. If you look at my, my first episodes, they probably all suck, and I’m okay with that because those, I knew it was a repetition thing.

You gotta put in the reps, you gotta put in the time, you gotta put in the, the hours. Um, those are the thing I saw about like 10 hour, 10,000 hours to become an expert and somebody retweeted and it was like, no, it’s 10,000 iterations. That make you an expert. It’s not the hours that you put in, it’s the different forms and twists that you put put on it itself that make you better.

And it’s just, it’s just putting in, putting in the work, man. A lot, a lot of people in entrepreneurship, they expect, uh, fast money, quick gains and hot chicks, you know, but it, it takes, it takes a lot of, uh, of everything. To get to where you want. Like overnight success can take 10 to 15 years sometimes, you know, it’s just, it takes time and you just gotta put in the reps and wait, wait for the wave to come.

Tim Melanson: Yeah. And that, and that’s just it. I mean, people see the overnight success and think that that’s what happens, but really it’s just that’s when things clicked for that person. But there was definitely years before that of hard work, you know, to get to that point. a hundred

Daniel Martinez: percent. And like I said, every, and if you see an overnight success, good thing, there’s probably, there’s probably like five years behind that, that they were hustling at their job or hustling, hustling by themselves in a, in a, in a dorm room.

You know, there’s all that hustle period that they had to work to get there that you never even saw. . I used to be, I used to be in wrestling in high school. And, uh, one of the quotes, and this is a weird one, I don’t know you know, where this came from, but one of the quotes that they, they did one year was, uh, champions are made when no one’s watching.

And if anybody from high school, this is, I’m gonna, they’re probably gonna bust out laughing. But it’s one of those things where like, you gotta, you gotta do stuff, you gotta do stuff alone. You gotta do stuff for a long time by yourself. And then eventually it, it comes to a point where now you can hire and take it to the next

Tim Melanson: level.

Yeah, I think, uh, I heard similar quotes and it like, it’s about character as well too, because that’s the thing. I mean, you know, people are great when they’re taking, you know, selfies of themselves giving money to a homeless person, but yeah, they’re not doing it because of the good of their, of their heart.

They, they wouldn’t, they need that, that, that, that, uh, recognition for it. Right. . Yeah. That’s not what makes you successful in just about anything. What makes you successful is the things you do behind the closed doors and how you act when you don’t feel like it. Right?

Daniel Martinez: A hundred percent. It’s a, it’s a mindset game that a lot of, and this is for everybody here.

Like everybody, if you haven’t cried in your entrepreneurship journey, ain’t made it yet. . .

Tim Melanson: Yeah. There’s some pretty, pretty tough times. You know, things just don’t go as planned. And I, I mean, it’s just, it, it is what it is. But you, it’s, it’s, it’s worth it though. Like, I mean, you know, I, I think, uh, there was, uh, something else I was reading about, uh, I think it was about parenthood and how, you know, people with kids, you know, they, they, uh, they have some pretty low points in their, in their existence, but also it comes with the big highs.

So, you know, if you, if you don’t have the big lows in your business, then you can’t really experience the big highs as well, you know, so, uh, I don’t know. I, I, I always think it’s worth it cuz you know, when you do land something, when things do go your way, it’s just so much more exciting than when you’re kind of always on that even keel.

And really nothing’s exciting and nothing’s bad. Right?

Daniel Martinez: A hundred percent. And it’s just, Things are gonna go bad. I, I always, this is a joke I make with my people that know me. I’m like, like, what day is it? It’s a day ending and day. It’s just another day. There’s nothing you can do about it. Stuff doesn’t go your way.

It doesn’t go your way that day. It’s just another day. When tomorrow changes and it’s a new day, you gotta start fresh

Tim Melanson: again. . Yep. Yeah. When something goes wrong for me, I, I’m like, okay, well there’s, there’s always like statistics and averages and stuff, so I’m like, okay, well that’s the bad thing that’s supposed to happen today, so the rest of the day is gonna be great.

You know, and I think that that’s, you know, a lot of it is that mindset because, you know, if you do let things get you down, then you’re not gonna come to the next appointment with the same type of enthusiasm and excitement, right?

Daniel Martinez: Mm-hmm. and it, it’s, it’s, you can be down, there’s people that get put down and they never come back up.

It is the depression hits and all that stuff hits and the mind starts going racing. And you gotta let that stuff go . Cause you can’t move past forward. You gotta, you gotta, you gotta let stuff, let stuff go, let that stuff go and just go on to the next, next place, next position, next sales call and go at

Tim Melanson: it again.

Yeah. And so, um, I’d like to ask you, so is there any things that you do like to get yourself outta that funk? When, when it

Daniel Martinez: happens? Um, me, I’m naturally already ecstatic. I’m like a naturally happy person. My wife hates it. She’s always like, she’s the, she’s the, she’s, I’m always the optimist and she’s the pessimist.

Yep. She’s always like, oh, it could be this and this, and I’m like, . It is what it is.

Tim Melanson: Yeah.

Daniel Martinez: Tomorrow. Tomorrow it’s the day. So like me and my wife are like complete opposites, but it’s one of those things where like you, nothing really gets me down. Like stuff goes bad. I’m like, okay, it happens. People die every day.

you know, I feel, I feel bad that it happened, but I mean there’s still tomorrow.

Tim Melanson: Yeah, there’s always ways to see the, the silver lining, right? Um, I think I, I think a lot of it, I, I mean, I, I like podcasts, I like, I like, you know, something that you can listen to that’s gonna bring you back up. . Um, and I think that one of the things about working from home too is that, uh, it can get a little bit lonely about because you, you know, you don’t have the type of interaction with people that you might have in your workplace when you’re Absolutely, you know, constantly around them.

So, you know, you do need ways to, you know, and, and maybe you need to make friends with Daniel here cuz he’s always excited about stuff. So have some people in your network that are, you know, happy people.

Daniel Martinez: And it, it’s, it’s, it’s who you hang around. And this is where, like me, I have to like, I have to make time to leave the house because if I don’t do that, I’ll never leave the house.

And that’s just who I am. Like I’m a homebody. That’s why I work from home. Whereas my partner, he is this front end sales guy. He goes belly to belly, he drove, he’ll drive two hours of me with the cell. I’m like, that’s not me. I’ll, I’ll, I’ll sit at home with the kids, like I enjoy my, I enjoy my time with spending time with the family and time home with the kids, but yes, I do have to work at some instances, like right now, they’re in the next room playing.

I’m like meeting up cause they’re getting really loud. But over here, I’m over here working and this is, this is what I do and this is what I enjoy to do. As soon as this call finishes, I can go to the next room and. Have lunch with ’em, you know? And that’s, that’s the joy of working from home that I really enjoy.

And I hated, like, one of the big reasons why I pivoted out of trucking, not that I lost a bunch of money, that was one of the big reasons, but I was away from home and I hated it. You wait from home for days at a time, and it’s like, what’s the point? Like if, if you’re working 24 7, why not work from home somewhere else on the office or on the road?

You know, it really takes a, it really takes a toll on your. My, I took a toll on my mental state just cuz I’m like, I’m out here by myself on the road for 10, 12 hours a day and it just sucks. .

Tim Melanson: Yeah. Yep. So let’s talk about the instruments. So, you know, we work from home, we use tools. What kinds of tools do you use?

Daniel Martinez: Um, that’s, and like I try not to like be like a super pitch fest, but like, I literally use Hive Mind. Like Hive Mind has literally changed my business, which is why I like offered a service to a lot of my clients because it’s literally like taken me out of the business where I don’t have to do, this is what I do for, this is what I do for my business.

I do podcasts. Like in in what? In what? Is you working in your business, is creating content. That’s, that’s what I do. I create content. So instead of actually working on the business or in the business, I, I work to do my marketing for the business, and that’s what I do. So it’s kind of outsourced and automated.

A lot of my marketing, a lot of my follow up campaigns, I just go, um, I have outreach and people in place like you can, you can automate with people or systems and you really get really good when you do. And that’s just when you take your business to the next level. So, like I said, I didn’t start here. I was working and tr uh, to make sure my, my, my team was trained to get here to this point where I’m at now.

But now it’s just like, let me focus on things that’s gonna bring in more customers, bring in more clients, and I’ll let my team handle everything on the backend that needs to get handled. And I really focus on what’s really important.

Tim Melanson: Love it. Love it. Yeah. And that’s, and that’s really good advice as well, is get your team trained, get to the, get them to the point where they’re running on their own.

And then it’s a matter of just that out outreach. Right. And podcasts are a great way to, to get, to get the word out. Cause you get to meet people that have similar mindsets. Right.

Daniel Martinez: a hundred percent. And it’s just, it’s just cross cross Audi, cross leveraging audiences, having new conversations, sharing new stories.

Um, like I said, I li I like this, like this type of flow of podcast just because it’s, it’s something different. And this conversations that need to be had unheard just because, like, if, if you’re homebody like us, you’re not having these conversations unless you’re doing it on purpose. Yep.

Tim Melanson: Yeah, yeah, exactly.

Yeah. So, yeah, I mean, I totally recommend it of course, too. So now it is time for your guest solo. Uh, so tell me a little bit more about Hi, mind then.

Daniel Martinez: So, hive Mind is a crm, uh, community, um, and Mastermind. We teach and educate and help people automate and delegate their business. Um, it’s a email, texting, website form.

The basics, the taking your business to the next level. Cause most people are using spreadsheets and paper. If you are ready to go to that next step, this is where we can help you out and take you out to the next step. Um, we integrate with Stripe, Google My Business, text to pay, invoicing, anything you need that’s, Take just stuff that you do with all these different tools.

This can bring it all under one roof so you’re not spending so much money. Most of my clients have an average of $700 per month. Uh, we have a podcast and YouTube channel. YouTube has over a thousand videos. Podcast has 250 episodes, probably 260 by the time this releases. 70, who knows? Um, but it’s just, we’re just providing out here, providing a lot of content information and hopefully creating more millionaires and taking your business to the next level.

So we hope we can you be one of those if you’re listening to this.

Tim Melanson: Right on. So now you mentioned earlier that you were, uh, you’re focused mostly on the real estate business, but this is not just for real estate agents.

Daniel Martinez: Oh, a hundred percent. So the CRM is the backbone of every business. It’s contacts, lead, nurture, conversions, sales reviews, all every, every business, no matter what you do, follows that, that same parameters so you’re can be applied to any business.

So I have a lot of clients that do a lot of different things from podcasting, coaching, mentoring, and they do a lot of different type stuff. I have even have a car sales guy like same. Contacts, nurture conversions and reviews. It’s the same thing. So we help a lot of different people in a lot of different niches, but we specifically help real estate people just because they need a lot of help and there’s a lot of niches out there that need a lot of help in their business.

And like I said, we’re just here to help everybody in the real estate space. So if that’s you, come check us out. Hi mine crm, the IO and Hive Mine, Sierra on all. .

Tim Melanson: So if, if I’m in the real, if, if I’m listening to this and I’m a real estate agent, what would be a good indication that I need your product right now?


Daniel Martinez: right now, are you struggling making contacts? Are you struggling to get in leads as a whole? Are you struggling to, um, close any deals? I mean, that’s the biggest thing. You ne you need to get contacts, you need to get leads and that it’s one of those things that is pivotal to your success. So if you’re struggling with that, that’s what we do.

We help you bring in more leads to your business to convert and make more money. Cuz that’s the likelihood of your business’ leads.

Tim Melanson: Do you help them to do the conversion, to do the sales process as. .

Daniel Martinez: Um, we, our system has helped mostly used for outreach. We do have other like tiers of service that if they want inbound leads brought to them.

We’ll, we’ll help facilitate that as well. Right

Tim Melanson: on. Right on. So how do we find more out,

Daniel Martinez: and at High Mind crm and I’ll apply platforms. We’re like, so we’re, we’re just a lot of content. You can find us

Tim Melanson: pretty easily. Awesome. Right on. Well, thank you so much Daniel, for rocking out with me today.

This has been a lot of fun. No problem. Thank you man. Cool to the listeners, make sure you subscribe right and comment We’ll see you next time on the Work at Home Rockstar podcast.

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