Ann Braunagel

Ann Braunagel’s mission is to make an impact on the world by empowering and inspiring people to build lives worth living and legacies worth leaving through real estate, relationships, and purposeful change. Ann is passionate about Keller Williams, Investing, wealth, and helping people to discover their true potential – sometimes beyond what they ever imagined. She works with many people to move through what might be holding them back to discover their best life. She inspires people to think bigger on the path to taking their business and life to a new level.

Licensed since 2002, Ann was Rookie of the Year and sought out Keller Williams after reading the Millionaire Real Estate Book. She was part of the initial team that brought Keller Williams to Connecticut and was on the first CT Agent Leadership Council. In 2005 she wanted a Market Center in her hometown, so she opened one! She became a Black Belt Team Leader in that office in Trumbull CT and poured her heart and soul into the office for 11 years as the Team Leader and Broker owner. Ann is a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, an iPEC Energy Coach, and a graduate of The Landmark Forum. Ann had been in MAPS Coaching since joining Keller Williams, so it was a natural progression to join MAPS in 2017, an organization that poured so much into her. She discovered Performance Coaching by first being a Performance Coaching client.

Prior to real estate Ann was in corporate technology sales and she also worked in the design/architectural field. When she’s not coaching, Ann loves football, interior design, traveling, and spending time with family. Ann lives in Bethel, CT with her husband Tom. They have two adult children, Ryan and Heather, and five amazing grandchildren.

“Authenticity is a collection of choices that we have to make every day. It’s about the choice to show up and be real. The choice to be honest. The choice to let our true selves be seen. The willingness to show up changes us, it makes us a little braver each time.” – Brene Brown