Matt Andrews on How 2020 Was a Record-Breaking Year for His Business

Matt Andrews on How 2020 Was a Record-Breaking Year for His Business

Image Credit : Matt Andrews
Image Credit : Matt Andrews

It comes as no surprise when people share the tough experiences they had in 2020. With a global pandemic, everyone fought battles of their own, personally and professionally. Yet, some managed to thrive in the conditions and uplift others in society. One such model is Matt Andrews, founder of ‘Family Mastermind’, podcaster, author, and educator. Here the entrepreneur talks about his business and how it flourished in 2020.

Today, Andrews’ real estate business, Family Mastermind, has over 85 members working to break records and gain more success every day. “The business boomed even in the pandemic, simply because of the team effort. Everyone pooled their resources and worked really hard to get us where we are today,” Andrews shares.

The beginnings in the real estate industry were humble for Andrews. He talks about his experience flipping houses since he graduated college, saying, “I was working long hours every day converting houses from old and ugly to ultra-modern, voguish pieces. Through the highs and lows, the crash of ’08 and hundreds of deals, I have been fortunate.”

It has been Andrews’ innate capacity to connect with people of all ages and backgrounds and build long-lasting relationships with students and clients that has differentiated him from the competition. “Trust is one of the biggest qualities each buyer looks for. That’s what allowed Family Mastermind to grow so much over the years,” he elucidates.

Now Andrews has diversified into niches of investing in new business ventures, has a real estate podcast and YouTube channel to teach students his tips and tricks, and has even authored books to help aid those just starting out. Through thick and thin, Andrews has proved that success comes with collaboration.

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