School Me 118 -- Keith Grandy

Food, water, and shelter. Those are the three basic necessities of life. Every person should be entitled to those basic needs, but unfortunately, not everyone is successful. The one I focused on in this episode was "shelter. Even the Founding Fathers of the United States realized how important it is for people to have their own property and own space. That's why they included in the Declaration of Independence the "unalienable right," better known as "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." In those rights, is the ability to own personal property. Keith Grandy, certified Broker and an instructor at Gold Coast Schools (a Real Estate School) may not have been born an American, but he capitalized on the Founding Fathers promise of allowing citizens to own personal property. Listen as he explains his story and gives advice on how to be a successful real estate agent!

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Intro Song: "Jammin'" by Bob Marley
Outro Song: "Our House in the Middle of the Street" by Madness
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