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The manly refusal of…

Here’s a pointed comment that rolled in…

“Tom, I guess you think it a public service to tell men they should go see a doctor. I haven’t for years and I’m fine. What does this have to do with real estate anyway? Get off your soapbox.”

I wrote that message ( http://TractionRealEstateMentors.com/big-bad-doctor ) for a very specific reason.

Because it addresses a problem I see out there.

Sure, it isn’t specifically real estate related.

At least not on the surface, that is.

But peel off just one layer of that ripe old onion and you’ll see a very different story.

Because what’s the point of building a successful real estate business (or any other business for that matter) and then dropping dead before you have a chance to reap the rewards?

If your goal is to prosper, live large, and live well, then shouldn’t you also want to live LONG?

I think so.

But to each his own.

To me, seeing a doctor once a year is a small price to pay for having more years to enjoy the fruits of my business efforts and especially to spend with my family.

A friend of mine works for a company and they force all the managers to have a physical each year.

No question about it.

And no exceptions whatsoever.

This takes the usual “manly” reaction (namely, refusal) off the table.

They have no choice, so they go.

Smart move.

What if you had no choice?

Would that make the difference?

And what if you had no choice but to succeed in business?

Would you finally do it then?

Sometimes you just need someone to push you.

Then you can’t refuse.

Get the push you need here:

Tom Zeeb
Traction Real Estate Mentors

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