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Network & Brunch with Young Professionals Network

March 16 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Network and Brunch with Young Professionals Network

Wednesday, March 16 @ 10 AM – 12 PM

Washington Athletic Club – Top Floor

1325 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101

Admission includes brunch and non-alcoholic beverages.

Seattle King County REALTORS® Members: $25

Vendors and non-members: $45

Please RSVP by Monday, March 14. Thank you!

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Stay in the know of what the Association is doing on your behalf, network with like-minded REALTORS® in your industry, and learn from the industry’s best. Join us for a conversation, brunch, and smiling faces at the Washington Athletic Club.

We will be seated at the Top of the WAC, featuring spectacular sweeping views of the vast Puget Sound, Downtown Seattle’s urban landscape, and picturesque Queen Anne.

Brunch to be served at 10:15 AM: Scrambled eggs (GF), Chives, Tillamook sharp cheddar cheese, potato medley, smoked pepper-bacon, and WAC bakery basket

Beverages: Glass of orange juice, Starbucks coffee, and a variety of Teavana teas


Guest Speaker: Steven Ross, Author and Trainer

Steven is going to share the guiding principles from his book, Doors Open When You Knock: A REALTOR®’s Handbook for Boundless Opportunity & Freedom.

If you want to work less and earn more, then this is for you. Oh, and if you want to do both of these things and not feel guilty about it, then this is definitely for you.

Not Feel Guilty = Being Free. Free to do what? Free to take a day off (or two), free to turn your cell phone off for a WHOLE day. How many agents – including you – actually do these two things – every week?

In 2022, which way do you want to go?

• Work less or Work more?

• Earn more or Earn less?

• Free to be off-duty or Chained to your phone?

About Steven

Steven Ross might be the “worst type of person to be a real estate agent” because:

• He is an introvert – no parties or events

• He doesn’t work nights or weekends

• You can’t find him online

• He may even be a bit lazy and antisocial

Yet, he built a successful real estate business twice by persisting and excelling at one thing and one thing only: knocking on doors – over 125,000 of them. He has become an expert in taking difficult action over time and connecting with people in a way that turns strangers into fans.

Originally from Southern California, Steven began selling real estate there in 2005. He built his second real estate practice from scratch after moving to Colorado at the end of 2008, where he still resides with his family.

The WAC will accept proof of COVID-19 vaccination in a variety of ways, including showing your physical vaccine card or a picture of your card at Clubhouse entry. For people who are unvaccinated or cannot prove vaccine status, they will be required to show proof of a negative FDA-approved COVID-19 test from the 72 hours previous to entry. Masks are required inside the WAC Clubhouse for everyone five and older, regardless of vaccination status.


Washington Athletic Club
1325 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98101 United States
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