Many people keep an ace up their sleeve thinking they’ll save it for when they need it.
Then the game progresses and…
Because they waited too long.
They never got a chance to play that Ace and so it is now worthless.
The game is over.
The perfect moment never comes. (Face it, it never does…)
Time passes you by.
And rather than playing every Ace, you end up in defeat.
So stop holding back!
You have to play the hand you were dealt.
And in business.
Maybe you’re not the fastest, the biggest, the brightest, or the best…
But why let that stop you?
Play every Ace that you get and learn to adapt to the situation at hand.
Then you’ll have a chance at winning.
A very serious chance.
This concept of adapting to the situation at hand and doing the best with what you’ve got is something that Robyn Thompson drilled into my head.
She hardly had an easy life starting out.
In fact, she dealt with more than her fair share of adversity.
But rather than wallow in self-pity, she played whatever Aces she had whenever she could play them.
She stayed focused on her goals and her vision.
And by doing so she turned herself, her life, and her business into a massive success.
This is a transferable skill.
Anyone can do it.
*IF* they want to.
And *IF* they focus on it.
Robyn Thompson knows how to teach you to do it.
She knows how to break the process down so you’ll understand it thoroughly.
And how to inspire you to then proceed down the clear path.
That’s exactly what you need to play every Ace fearlessly.
So stop holding back and start moving ahead.
Learn how at these special events:
Day 1 of our 2-Day Doubleheader Training Intensive (attend either day or both)
TOPIC: “Renovating Houses for Massive Profits” with Robyn Thompson
Saturday May 21st at the Sheraton Tysons Corner.
Day 2 of our 2-Day Doubleheader Training Intensive (attend either day or both)
TOPIC: “How to Build a Massive Passive Real Estate Portfolio” with Robyn Thompson
Saturday May 22nd at the Sheraton Tysons Corner.
Traction Real Estate Mentors
P.S. — May the 4th be with you. Always.