Joan Rogliano, Founder of Wildflower
“Joan makes my heart smile. I always look forward to an opportunity to listen to her speak as I often learn a new perspective. I am grateful for her wisdom and her authentic desire to help me succeed.”
I have spent 28 years selling residential real estate in the Denver metro area, and a few years ago, I created a truly unique and effective marketing strategy: referral networks based on guiding women through the transitions of divorce and widowhood.
I understood the pain of divorce and loss, the fear of financial security, and the concerns all mothers have about their children’s future. Over and over again, I found myself educating women about the choices they had regarding their homes and financial goals.
This prompted me to set up a focus group for women in transition and, with their input, create workshops, classes, and network gatherings in the Denver metro area. Then came the realization that we needed a trusted team of professionals, (such as lenders, financial planners, and attorneys) who could also help guide women through these challenging periods.
This small informal focus group became the Wildflower Group. With continued expansion and community visibility, it was an empowering force for women. It was so powerful, that in 2010 we created a non profit foundation, Wildflower Women’s Organization, to expand our work.
In no time, I’d established myself as an expert in the areas of women, divorce, and real estate, and contributed to my community. My networks grew exponentially – both the network of women who needed real estate services, and the network of other professionals to collaborate with. Our goal is to create a national network for Wildflower Group, and we are already operating in Austin, TX and Tucson, AZ area. Visit Wildflower Group Tucson here.
Today, I rely almost exclusively on these networks to grow my business, and I invite you to do the same.
You can contact me at email@example.com or by phone (303)667-5485.