When facing business challenges, many people insist on focusing on their limitations. They make excuses about their actions, their environment, or themselves when they do not achieve. But you need to be your own person to be successful. You can’t focus on the negatives. Instead of focusing on what you do not have, make a list of your assets. The right type of assets list will open your creative mind.
Make Your Assests List, and You Can Be a House Flipper in No Time
These are some questions you can ask to create your list. This is just a start. You can add many more questions to your own list.
- Which country do I live in?
- Do I have the freedom to open a business?
- Do I have a brain?
- Do I have at least average intelligence?
- Can I read?
- Can I find information on the internet?
- Can I call people on the phone?
- Is there real estate where I live?
- Do people need houses where I live?
Of course, these are just simple things. But keep adding up your assets. Soon you will see that your assets outweigh your liabilities. You have more than you think you do.
Here’s what else you can do:
- Put your assets list up on the wall
- Add to the list every week
- Focus on your assets, not your liabilities
As you do your real estate flipping, keep thinking about your assets. You have what you need to be successful.You have your Assets List, Now, Take Daily Actions. You will be on your way to real estate investment success!
You CANNOT Make Money Without Taking Action. All the Small Decisions Add Up To Your Larger Results
In times of economic recession, a small number of people take action and make 50 times more money than people who just twiddle their thumbs. That is how the economy really works. Most people think the economy is dictated by inflation, the government, housing, the stock market or this or that. But the economy is dictated by people.
Your Personal Economy Is Dicatated By Your Own Actions
If somebody smokes every day, one day he or she will develop emphysema and lung cancer. That person might say, “Oh, my gosh! I’m sick. Why did this have to happen to me?” But it was the small actions they took every day that built up the problem.
Or if you run every day, you become very fit. My father is in his 70’s and runs every day, six miles. His family has a history of heart disease. But he cut fast food from his diet a long time ago, and he began running. It’s the small, everyday actions that keep him physically strong and makes him look like a man in his early 60’s.
So it is with growing wealthy. It’s the small actions that we take every day–especially during challenging times–that ultimately create the outcome of whether we are rich or poor.
I know people who go home at 4:30 pm every day and watch television. They pop some beers and watch TV for hours. Other people tool around in their cars, mow the grass, and do things that make them feel busy, but do not get them anywhere. They do not work on generating income and they never move up.
If you do something every day to invest in real estate, you can achieve your financial goals. When you get off work, go look at properties. Work on your flipping business. You can start generating profits.
Those small daily actions will add up. In two to 10 years, you can build up a large saving for your retirement account and build financial security. Or you can greatly improve your lifestyle and the quality of your life. There is no single big action that is going to make a huge difference. It’s the series of small ones–done consistently every day–that add up to big changes in your life.
Now It’s Time For You to Talk Back. I Want To Know What You Think
What are some of your assets? Can you think of some new questions to add to the list? How will you take action TOMORROW?
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