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Broker, mentor, philanthropist, and winning in all three

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Todd Stevens 2 minute read

Nancy Youssef’s initial attraction to broking was because of the flexibility that the role offered. 

Initially starting her broking business, Classic Finance, without a business plan and with the vision of taking more annual leave, Nancy has developed and grown the brokerage to one of the leading businesses in Australia and now offers mentoring and business coaching to others. 

In this episode of Elite Broker, Nancy shares why she became a broker, the importance of outsourcing and how she ended up hanging out with Richard Branson on Necker Island.

Tune in to find out:

  • How Nancy’s charity work is effecting change and opened up networking opportunities 
  • Why you should focus on your passion
  • Her top tips for new brokers

 

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