A colleague told me he was always impressed, and a bit jealous, of how I build my business up.
How no matter what, I kept my family and our lifestyle at the center.
Even turning down deals that might have paid off well, but would have totally destroyed my free time, time with family, and overall lifestyle.
He thought that must have been a tough decision to make.
Admittedly, sometimes it was.
After all, greed and the desire for more, More, MORE! is always nagging at one’s door.
But I’m happy with what I have and what I’ve built, so there isn’t really any regret.
He said he wished he would have done the same, as now that his kids are older, the negative effects of his demanding business and lack of free time to be with his family while they were younger has caught up with all of them.
Why tell you this?
Yes, I’m obviously tooting my own horn.
But for good reason.
2 good reasons, actually:
#1 — Because this is something you need to think about as you build (or totally re-construct) your real estate investment business. Be clear about your path early on, and it is much easier to achieve it.
#2 — Defining this path, then following it, and staying on it, is exactly what I do with students in my 1-on-1 program.
That may be right for you.
It may not be.
But if what I say resonates with you, then you should apply to do a Suitability Interview with us.
We’ll bring you through a specific process in a “Your Personalized Real Estate Road Map” Strategy Session. It’ll identify holes in your plans, and we’ll both know if what I offer is a good fit for you or not.
If you want to build (or re-build) with the right focus in mind, then apply for a session here:
“Your Personalized Real Estate Road Map” Strategy Session Questionnaire
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