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RUN GPG Podcast

David Morrell

The ‘RUN GPG’ Podcast is a podcast presented by the Greater Property Group Real Estate Brokerage. Every week we have conversations with individuals in and around the world of entrepreneurship, business, personal development, and the real estate industry. We learn their stories and lessons learned, and deep dive into valuable information that will help you grow and scale your business, your life, and your real estate career. Every episode has actual boots on the ground tactics, suggestions, and stories, that you can take away and implement into your business, life, and career. We also bring attention to the processes and systems that are proven to accelerate your business by letting you look under the hood of a fast-growing multi-million dollar company and national real estate brokerage.


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Latest Episodes

For our first episode of the year, the RUN GPG Podcast welcomed Troy Jamerson, AKA Pharoahe Monch! With a distinguished career spanning more than three decades, Monch has worked with some of the biggest names in hip-hop, jazz, soul, and alternative r... more

6 days ago

Patrick Bet-David is the true essence of the American Dream with an incredible life story and entrepreneurial journey. From a humble beginning as a young immigrant escaping a war-torn country with his parents, to founding his own company and media pl... more

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David Shing aka “Shingy” is an Australian futurist, creative director, strategic consultant, and entrepreneur. He is also called “The Digital Prophet,” with good reason. more

2 months ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 67 ratings
  • Entertaining

    Hidden gem of a podcast!!! Love the diversity, in the topics of discussion, which is still centralized around the main theme of entrepreneurship! more

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa month ago
  • David is the best!!!

    David always has great guests every week! You always learn something! I love learning! Looking forward to listening to Ryan Serhant on his show in Jan! Always exciting guests!!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • The only podcast you will ever need

    David by himself has enough experience and business savvy to make everyone happy any to listen. When you add the guests that he brings on are the best of the best. Real life stories and lessons from the top 1% of the big players of all industries. more

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    Big Joe says
    United Statesa month ago
  • Like no other

    These podcast are off the chart. The speakers and topics covered on here are unmatched. Keep up the good work, David!

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa month ago
  • Run GPG is gold

    It’s not tricky. RUN GPG rocks a smart blend of music, culture, and business, seamlessly spanning the past, present, and future, with some of the smartest and most interesting guests out there. David Morrell’s witty-but-warm interview style brings out the best in his guests, and makes us feel privy to an electric conversation between old friends, happening in the dark corner of a bar with great drinks (and maybe a guitar nearby). If you don’t know the incredible roster of guests, you soon will. ... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago

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