The Power Is Now We are at our best and we maximize our success when we act now.Eric Lawrence Frazier, MBA Connect with The Power Is Now: Facebook: www.facebook.com/powerisnow Twitter: www.twitter.com/thepowerisnow Active Rain: www.activerain.com/thepowerisnow LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/thepowerisnow www.thepowerisnow.com
About The Power Is NowThe Power Is Now Teleconference was created to empower and educate real estateprofessionals in Orange County but soon spread all over the country. Theteleconference is supported by National and State real estate associations andNational and State minority real estate trade associations in the United States. Theteleconference can accommodate up to 1000 live participants each week. Thenumber of actual participants depends on the guest speaker and subject matter. ThePower Is Now teleconference conducted its first teleconference on August 20, 2009as a means to be a resource for real estate agents who are trying to go to the nextlevel. The Power Is Now Teleconference just achieved a milestone in recording its73rd show on February 10th 2011.Guests on The Power Is Now Teleconference includes real estate industry leaders,local and national government agencies, CPA’s, Attorney’s, Marketing experts,Economist’s and more. Each teleconference is recorded and available for replay onwww.thepowerisnow.com. The recording is also available to preview onwww.facebookcom/powerisnow. The goal of The Power Is Now Teleconference isvery simple. To inspire and motivate real estate professionals to act now on theknowledge they have and are receiving on the teleconference that day.
How do Real Estate Agents find The Power Is Now?Promotional flyers are distributed to over 1 million agents nationwide throughnumerous real estate trade associations. These same flyers are placed onFACEBOOK, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networking sites. Currentlymembership in The Power Is Now Teleconference is free. We are anticipating theaudience to grow to over 1 million listeners by the summer of 2012 after launchingThe Power Is Now internet radio and The Power Is Now TV on the website in the 4thquarter of 2011.
About our HostEric Lawrence Frazier is the founder, Host and Executive Producer of The Power IsNow Teleconference. In addition to being the Host and Executive Producer, EricFrazier is the Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of Wells Fargo HomeMortgage. Prior to Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, he enjoyed a very successful 12 yearcareer in Mortgage Banking with Washington Mutual Home Loans as a VicePresident and Senior Home Loan Center Manager. His career includes a total of 29years in sales and operation management.Eric Lawrence Frazier has an MBA with an emphasis in Finance and a BS in BusinessAdministration and Management from Redlands University. He has been married for29 years with 4 daughters. His wife and daughters own and operate Frazier GroupReality in Riverside, CA a full service Real Estate Company. In addition to mortgagebanking, he is a real estate Investor and a California Real Estate Licensed Broker. Heis also the President of the Orange County Chapter of National Association of RealEstate Brokers, former Vice President of OC-NAHREP, Advisory Board member ofAsian Real Estate Association of America Orange County Chapter, Advisory boardmember of the Black Chamber of Commerce in Orange County, director of ProjectTomorrow, Member of the 100 Black Men of Orange County and the NAACP inOrange County. He is a member of the advisory board of the Open Door Institute, amember of REOMAC, Pacific West Realtors Association of Realtors, Orange CountyAssociation of Realtors, the California Association of Realtors (CAR), the NationalAssociation of Realtors (NAR), the Women Council of Realtors, and the President ofthe board of directors for the State of California African American MuseumMr. Frazier is also the senior pastor of the North FontanaChurch in city of Fontana and the praise team director. Heis a singer, poet, and songwriter. He is also a motivationalspeaker and Community Leader. Mr. Frazier continues toset the pace for others in his field and strives to be a rolemodel for other young African American men.