Meet Our Coach, Stefan DeLorenzo
As a family man, my heart is full with love for my wife and son, Landon. I call myself lucky to have the opportunity to provide for my family so that we can enjoy the fruits of our labor. Living in San Diego, we are spoiled enjoying family outdoor activities including golf as well as the culture and restaurant scenes. That being said, every year we anticipate our family adventure trip.
Reflecting back to my first job, it provided me with the tools needed to be the professional I am today. As a junior in high school, I had the privilege to work for The Marriott Vacation Club. I took pride in being the youngest employee in the entire call center. It forced me to always be coachable to improve and grow. In light of the experience, I was able to prove my worth when I received an award for “Rookie of the Year”.
In college as a varsity student athlete, I was forced to figure out how to balance my athletics and academics. In those four years, “discipline” was the key to my success and a skillset remains part of my character. Initially I was weary of the Psychology classes, however I could not have asked for a better curriculum to set the stage for my real estate career.
Having been with the Beer Home Team for the past five years, I’ve had the privilege of spearheading the ISA department. Something that I’ve enjoyed preaching is to help agents simplify the complex while finding 2mm shifts that will ultimately create huge results. Having the opportunity to train hundreds of ISA across the country, it's about the presentation of the material but more importantly how you instantly implement it.
“There is no embarrassment in the struggle, the embarrassment comes when you don’t try hard enough or give up when it gets too hard.” This is a quote that I would end every one of my ISA coaching calls with. You can’t be afraid to fail and if you are going to do something you better give it your all or why even do it. All In or All Out?