Arron went from struggling as a realtor to building a successful business as a notary loan signing agent and signing service owner.
In this interview, he shares his journey of discovering the loan signing industry, overcoming challenges as an introvert entrepreneur, and leading with service to hit over $100K in revenue within his first year.
If you’ve ever considered becoming a notary signing agent, Arron’s story will inspire you and provide actionable tips to create your own success.
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The Rollercoaster Life of a Realtor
Arron started out as a realtor but struggled with the unpredictable income and constant client hustle.
He describes real estate as a “vicious cycle” of financial stress trying to juggle new and existing clients while treading water.
The fluctuating market and commissions-based pay left Arron filled with anxiety about providing for his family.
He knew he needed to make a change.
Pivoting to a New Career as a Notary Signing Agent
With his background in real estate, Arron realized he could transfer his skills to become a notary signing agent.
This allowed him to leave the treadmill of realty and focus on providing an excellent client service, regardless of housing market swings.
It wasn’t easy starting over in a new field, but Arron pushed through self-doubt and leveraged his network to land his first signing gigs.
He took pride in delivering white-glove service, which led to referrals and repeat business.
Growing His Business to Over $100K in 10 Months
Despite high interest rates in 2022, Arron's dedication to nurturing relationships helped his signing business thrive.
Rather than focus on uncontrollable market factors, he doubled down on providing exceptional service and also opened his own signing service called 24/7 Closers.
In just 10 months, Arron generated over $100,000 in revenue.
Now that signing is his full-time gig, he expects to hit $500k and beyond.
Tips for Introverts Succeeding as Entrepreneurs
As a self-described introvert, Arron had to push himself to build connections in real estate and grow his signing business.
He suggests introverts can use their natural strengths like being great listeners to network effectively.
Focus on learning about others, not being the loudest person in the room.
Also, lean on your warm network first before branching out to cold leads.
Don't let introversion stop you from succeeding on your entrepreneurial journey.
Arron, I'm so proud of your courage to pivot into loan signing and your commitment to incredible service - it's inspiring.
Keep nurturing relationships, leading with humility, and scaling your signing empire.
You've got this!
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