Tier 2 Coach
Dawn Sharp grew up in rural Nebraska. She and her husband of 21 years, Mike, relocated to Kansas City in 2005 where they continued raising their blended family of 6 boys and 1 girl. (This may be where her early negotiating skills started…) With a degree in the area of Education, Dawn spent her early years teaching in the public school system. She volunteered with a small fire and rescue service where she then obtained her Paramedic license. She went on to combine her teaching degree with her medical knowledge and began teaching adults in the medical field, teaching courses in Anatomy & Physiology along with Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Life Support Classes to area paramedics, nurses and doctors.
Through the years, Dawn and her family purchased and flipped homes. Dawn got her Real Estate License to save money on the commissions but she quickly realized that real estate had so much more to offer! She recognized that real estate could provide the vehicle for the life she wanted to live. She started her real estate journey in 2014 as a solo agent until she began growing her team in 2018. When she’s not busy with her clients or her team, Dawn loves spending time outside with her kids and grand-kids on their 20 acre property.
Why I am Qualified to be Your Coach...
In order to be a coach you have to have a desire to help others, and that has always been in my blood. I also try to find ways to take complex ideas and break them down into understandable concepts that my audience understands. I love it when they get to that AHA moment.
My Perfect Client
Anyone who has the desire for success and the drive to do what it takes.
Why Choose Club Wealth®?
Club Wealth has not only given me the knowledge and tools to grow my business to levels that I didn’t think I could obtain, but Club Wealth has grown my vision to levels that I didn’t even know existed! I am excited to have the privilege of guiding other Club Wealth coaching clients through the same process!
I went back to college in my 30s and completed all my pre-med courses. I took and passed the MCAT exam, interviewed and was accepted in to med school and declined.