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Welcome to the the 97th Floor Mastermind Interview Series where each week sit down with one of the makers, thought leaders and visionaries behind the biggest and/or up-and-coming brands around. We talk about everything from business and marketplace insights to personal journeys, successes, failures and legacy.

In this episode we’re talking to CEO and Co-Founder of Homie, Johnny Hanna. Homie is a platform where you can buy or sell your home online without an agent. In this interview, we talk about building a blue ocean within an old industry. Johnny shares his insight about educating on a new offering in a marketplace, scaling and living on the spectrum of “less than” and “better than.” We dive into the meaning of failure and what work-life balance really means. Let’s jump in!

Show Notes

0:10 Building a blue ocean

3:45 All about Johnny

6:15 Mentoring and giving back

6:56 What is Homie?

11:20 Educating on a new offering in a marketplace

12:43 Scaling requires education, data and nailing the “it factor”

18:18 The spectrum of “less than” and “better than”

22:23 Finding good fits within a team

24:33 Work-life harmony and defining seasons of business

28:53 What keeps Johnny up at night

30:00 Failure and solving one problem at a time

39:00 Johnny’s legacy

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