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Episode Info: Welcome to episode 95! To date, we’ve had so many great guests on the podcast from big time investors like Rod Khleif, Vinney Chopra, Ivan Barratt, Joe Fairless, & Brian Burke to thought leaders like Keith Weinhold, Damion Lupo, and Ben Leybovich, young guns Lane Kawaoka and BiggerPockets Vice President, Scott Trench, to professional capital raisers, Rich Dad Advisor, Darren Weeks, and David Thompson. Each of these guests have shared with us their journey, background, and invaluable lessons they’ve learned. There are some common qualities, actions, advice, and paths we’ve learned from every one of these real estate professionals. We’re going to highlight some of these and break then down into a step by step guide to get you started investing in real estate, and grow your portfolio. So let’s dive in. Most everyone’s first goal in their real estate investing journey is to achieve financial freedom. This is a term we’ve discussed a lot of this show. However, the importance of financial freedom can’t simply be glossed over. Financial freedom will give you the ability to do things on your own terms – live where you want, do whatever you want when you want, or even travel where you want. With financial freedom, earning money to live is no longer an issue. Set big goals and chase them. Each and every one of our guests has set goals and pursued them. By setting big goals, you give yourself something to aim for. If you don’t quite reach your larger than life goals, you’ll still end up much further ahead than you would have without any goals. Developing and practicing a morning routine. Many of our guests, and other successful people credit their success to a morning routine. This morning routine looks different for everyone, but some common activities include journaling , physically writing down goals, exercise, prayer/meditation, affirmations, visualization, and reading. Continuously progressing towards your goals. This one is a bit overlooked, and not so much talked about. There is rarely such a thing a an overnight success. The success you see in others is often the result of many many years of constant work. Vinney Chopra didn’t just wake up one week with several thousand apartments. Keith Weinhold didn’t just accidentally create what I believe is the best educational resource for personal finance. These people have all taken decisive action consistently for long periods of time. Identify your reasons why. These are the reasons you want to achieve success. They should be bigger than yourself. Common examples are yes, financial freedom, or money. There’s nothing wrong with making money a reason why. However, from guests’ experiences on the podcast, such as Rod Khleif, money is not fulfilling enough. It’s a good motivator, but once achieved, is not fulfilling. You’re reasons why should be bigger than yourself, so that if you don’t achieve your goals, you letting more than just yourself down. More examples include...
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