The Successful Real Estate Investor - Part 2

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The Successful Real Estate Investor - Part 2

The Successful Real Estate Investor - Part 2This is part 2 of “The Successful Real Estate Investor”...

#4 - You must be a team player.

Successful real estate investors surround themselves with like-minded people and feed off each other for ideas and support. The “Jack of all trades” rarely becomes a big success because they never achieve their peak in any area. The successful real estate investor focuses on their major strengths and interests, and leaves the rest to others who are more experienced, capable and competent than they are.

As Robert Kiyosaki puts it, business and investing are Team Sports. Successful investors realize that without the help of others along the way they wouldn’t have achieved their investment goals.

#5 - Be decisive.

The habit of hesitating, holding back, second-guessing your strategy, or not committing weakens you. You must decide to be decisive!

Many great real estate opportunities are lost because of indecisiveness. And lost opportunities will cost you time, money, and ultimately affect your level of success.

If you find it difficult being decisive, try setting a deadline for yourself. Figure out what you need to do in order to make a rational decision, then set a deadline and do everything you can to accomplish those tasks before your deadline arrives. This helps to motivate you when you finally reach the ‘decision point’.

#6 - Have a plan and work it.

It's easy enough to figure out how to become financially independent in three or five or ten years. But, it's another thing entirely to wake up each morning and do the things you need to do to reach your real estate goals.

Somehow, life always seems to get in the way of accomplishing them. The way to overcome this is to have a step-by-step plan with each step being very specific and easy to execute. Then, as you work your plan you will find that completing these individual steps motivates you and propels you forward until you ultimately achieve your goal.

There is a saying, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” It’s important to realize that neither failure nor success is in your nature, and that success is something you make rather than something that happens. Once you realize that, you can start making the changes that move you from “insanity” to the real estate success you desire.

Until next time, I wish you all Continued Success!