Overcome Your Fear And Rejection to Become A Superstar Realtor

On Episode 246 of The No Limits Selling Podcast, we have Gregory Enright, Business Owner at Century 21 Champ Realty Ltd. Brokerage. Greg is proud to be a resident and businessman of Kingston. He is a member of the National Real Estate Association, the largest real estate association in North America. As a certified Real Estate Broker, with a CRB designation, Greg is well qualified to assist you with all of your real estate needs.

Greg has received numerous achievement awards for listing and Real Estate sales. He has been awarded multiple Centurion Awards* as well as the prestigious Hall of Fame Award** for Century 21. He was also the leader of the number-one sales team in Canada. Those who know Greg attributes his incredible success to his strong work ethic, his knowledge of the Kingston and area marketplace, and his tremendous service to customers and clients.

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Introduction and Background

The podcast episode, hosted by Umar Hameed, features Gregory Enright, a leadership consultant. Umar Hameed is known for his work in changing individual behavior and improving team dynamics through his No Limits Selling program. He uses techniques from Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and neuroscience to remove mental roadblocks and unleash sales potential.

The Importance of Trust in Teams

Gregory Enright emphasizes the importance of trust within teams. He discusses how trust can be cultivated and nurtured among team members, and how it forms the foundation of successful team dynamics. Trust, according to Enright, is a crucial element that allows team members to work together effectively and efficiently.

Psychological Safety in the Workplace

Enright introduces the concept of 'psychological safety' in the workplace. He defines it as an environment where people feel safe to take risks, voice their opinions, and be themselves without fear of punishment or judgment. Enright believes that this kind of environment fosters creativity and innovation, as team members feel comfortable sharing their ideas and concerns.

The Role of Communication in Teams

Effective communication is another key theme in Enright's discussion. He believes that communication is not just about speaking clearly, but also about listening and understanding others' perspectives. Enright suggests that leaders should encourage open and honest communication within their teams, as this can lead to better problem-solving and decision-making.

Practical Tips for Leaders

Toward the end of the podcast, Enright shares practical tips for leaders to improve their leadership skills. He advises leaders to be open to feedback, admit their mistakes, and always strive to learn and grow. These practices, according to Enright, can help leaders to build stronger relationships with their team members and improve the overall performance of their teams.


In this insightful podcast episode, leadership consultant Gregory Enright discusses key aspects of effective leadership and team dynamics with host Umar Hameed. Enright emphasizes the importance of trust as a cornerstone of successful teams, fostering an environment where team members can collaborate effectively. He introduces the concept of 'psychological safety' in the workplace, a state where individuals feel secure to express their ideas and take risks without fear of retribution, fostering creativity and innovation. Communication, according to Enright, is not just about clarity of speech, but also involves active listening and understanding others' perspectives, promoting open and honest dialogue within teams.

He concludes by offering practical advice for leaders, encouraging them to be open to feedback, admit mistakes, and commit to continuous learning and growth. This episode serves as a valuable resource for leaders seeking to enhance their leadership skills and cultivate high-performing teams.


What is the importance of trust in team dynamics according to leadership consultant Gregory Enright?

How does Gregory Enright define 'psychological safety' in the workplace?

What role does communication play in teams according to Gregory Enright?

What practical tips does Gregory Enright offer for leaders to improve their leadership skills?

Where can I find more information about Gregory Enright's work?

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About the author 

Umar Hameed

Umar Hameed is an expert in changing individual behavior and improving team dynamics. He uses techniques and tools from the world of Applied Neuroscience and NLP to make individuals and organizations more successful. His business savvy and neuroscience combination gives him the unique ability to help salespeople become exceptional. Umar is an international keynote speaker who has done presentations in 16 countries. βœ…βœ…βœ…He is the author of three books; the latest is Unleash Your Crazy Sexy Brain!


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