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252: Sharran Srivatsaa | $300 million to $3.4 billion??

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252: Sharran Srivatsaa | $300 million to $3.4 billion??

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Sharran Srivatsaa is the CEO of Kingston Lane, a push-button technology execution platform for real estate. He’s a serial entrepreneur, sought-after keynote speaker, and a respected thought leadership resource for publications. Sharron led Tellus properties unprecedented 10x growth resulting in its acquisition. Sharran also has the 5 am club which has over 3,000 people on a call every morning at 5 am - and it’s free! Sharran talks to your host Travis Chappell about getting his MBA, how he took Tellus properties from millions to billions in a five-year period, and what he’s most excited about doing right now. How Sharran got started - what his goals and dreams were from high school into college.He was born in India into poverty, he was bullied a lot.His father knew they needed to get him out of India and into Australia of the U.S.His parents came up with enough money to send him to one full year of college in the U.S.How Sharran’s parent’s sacrifice set the tone for his time in college.Sharran’s dumpster fight with a raccoon over food and what that made him realize about himself.His tolerance and threshold for pain are much higher after going through low points.A low point is necessary for someone to get ahead in the world - you need to see adversity happen in and around your life or be dialed into the adversity around you.Society has taught us to rationalize why we want something - we don’t actually want that many things.Sharran talks about joining a company in college in a “right place, right time” situation.There are three big high-income skills:CommunicationPresenting/ClosingThe NetworkSharran took five years off after the exit and worked in the high-end resort business where he learned major empathy.He went to business school to learn about deal structuring and then spent time in a Goldman Sachs training program.How Sharran came to work at Tellus Properties and bought out most of the shareholders.He told the leadership team they needed to 10x in five years.They were acquired at the end of 2017 for a great exit for everyone involved.How the MBA and Goldman Sachs experiences impacted his success.How Kingston Lane came about and what they’re doing.Sharran would like to build his life around Kingston Lane and not exit the company.Do you believe that who you know or what you know is more important, and why?Who you know is more important You can either go through 90 stops of what, or ONE stop of who and compress the process.Conservatively, Sharran has invested in $1 million in mentorships and masterminds.The Random RoundWhat profession other than your own do you think it would be fun to attempt?Teach 1st GradeIf you could sit on a park bench with anyone for an hour who would it be, and why?Buckminster FullerHe was ahead of his time thinking about what the world could be.How do you like to consume content?PodcastsGive us a glimpse of your morning routine?Wake up at 4:45am every day.Runs the 5 am club every day.What is something that you are not very good at?Not very organizedWhat is your go-to pump up song?Eye of the TigerWhat is one place where we can find you the [email protected] on Instagram3 Key Points:You don’t have to rationalize wanting something, if you feel the need to rationalize it, you might not really want it.We are network organisms and networking is a high-income skill.You can’t just 10x one part of your life, you have to level up all around.Tweetable Quotes:“See if you can give yourself one year's worth of runway to work on at any given time.”...

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