Ryan Serhant: 'There is more loss' on 'Million Dollar Listing' season 7 'than all six previous seasons combined'

Ryan Serhant experiences "more loss" on the upcoming seventh season of "Million Dollar Listing New York" than he ever has.

Coming off of season 6, which saw him reevaluating both his professional and personal lives, Serhant told AOL.com that the latest season of the long-running Bravo hit, which premieres on Monday, June 11, will bring about a whole new set of challenges for him.

"There is more loss in this season than all six previous seasons combined," he said. "I don't know why. The market is different now -- it's really in limbo, there's a lot going on in the world and things are difficult to sell. Things you think should sell, don't sell; things you think won't sell, do sell. It's hard to navigate, especially as a broker and managing your clients' expectations. The bigger you get in this business, the harder you fall, and I think you're going to see that a lot. It's a rollercoaster."

The trailer for season 7 shows Serhant on a tense phone call, during which he says he's going through the "worst day" of his entire career. Though he's been sharing his biggest wins and losses with "Million Dollar Listing" viewers for six seasons now, it doesn't get any easier to show those low moments on television.

"It's the Instagram world now, right? You don't show yourself gross at the gym, you show yourself when you get to the gym and look awesome," Serhant explained to us. "This is a reality TV show, though, so the cameras follow me for nine months and show the good, the bad and the ugly, whether I like it or not."

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Despite the negatives, this upcoming season follows Serhant's Bravo spinoff show, "Sell It Like Serhant," during which me mentored struggling professionals in their personal and work lives. It's an experience that helped him to realize that he has more empathy for other people than he realized. It's that understanding for other people that he finds hard to come by in New York City.

"I learned that I cared about people a lot more than I thought I did," he said of his spinoff. "I don't know if that makes any sense, but I'm in New York where you walk by a million different strangers every single day. We're trained in this city to be so focused on our individual success that sometimes it becomes hard to care about anything else other than yourself. You have to fight back against that."

Serhant added that he is "one-hundred percent" continuing the positive trajectory that he finished season 6 on and wants to continue focusing on building out and empowering his team of brokers, which is something that he's found unparalleled joy from doing.

"I had a moment, like a lot of people do, where I was doing the same thing for 10 years. You're growing, yeah, but eventually you've got to switch things up and find the bigger meaning of why you get up and go to work every day," he said of last season. "For me, I was able to really find that in my team, growing the team and working with people I really care about and helping them to be really successful. Helping them to grow helps me to be better."

"Million Dollar Listing New York" season 7 premieres on Bravo on Monday, June 11 at 10 p.m. EST

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