• How Leaving My Job Changed My Life and Allowed Me to Become a Full Time Real Estate Investor How Leaving My Job Changed My Life and Allowed Me to Become a Full Time Real Estate Investor

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    How Leaving My Job Changed My Life and Allowed Me to Become a Full Time Real Estate Investor

    At 4pm on Friday, November 2nd, I turned off my company PC and let out a big sigh of relief. Six months prior I had been told that the company I worked for was closing down.  At first I was frantically trying to find a similar job in the Health Insurance field until my son asked that I come along for the "Revival" ride. After working 18 years at a 40 hour per week, W2 job, my last day had finally come. I was now unemployed…sort of.

    First I became a  licensed real estate agent in the State of New York and the focus was single family acquisitions for "Revival Property Group".  Needless to say, life had gotten a bit crazy. Being around other like-minded investors and entrepreneurs, helped me decide to transition from being a 10% entrepreneur to being one full time. We all have to start from the beginning.  It's a learning curve when you've always been a robot to the corporate world. Here are some things that losing my job and taking a leap of faith with my son allowed me to focus on, and in turn become a full time Real Estate Investor:

    Think: Henry Ford said, “Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason why so few engage in it.” He wasn’t lying. When I was working two full time jobs, one as a waitress and another as a real estate agent, I was so busy running around and reacting that...

    At 4pm on Friday, November 2nd, I turned off my company PC and let out a big sigh of relief. Six months prior I had been told that the company I worked for was closing down.  At first I was frantically trying to find a similar job in the Health Insurance field until my son asked that I come along for the "Revival" ride. After working 18 years at a 40 hour per week, W2 job, my last day had finally come. I was now unemployed…sort of.

    First I became a  licensed real estate agent in the State of New York and the focus was single family acquisitions for "Revival Property Group".  Needless to say, life had gotten a bit crazy. Being around other like-minded investors and entrepreneurs, helped me decide to transition from being a 10% entrepreneur to being one full time. We all have to start from the beginning.  It's a learning curve when you've always been a robot to the corporate world. Here are some things that losing my job and taking a leap of faith with my son allowed me to focus on, and in turn become a full time Real Estate Investor:

    Think: Henry Ford said, “Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason why so few engage in it.” He wasn’t lying. When I was working two full time jobs, one as a waitress and another as a real estate agent, I was so busy running around and reacting that...

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  • Manage Your Time More Efficiently and Watch your Business Grow Manage Your Time More Efficiently and Watch your Business Grow

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    Manage Your Time More Efficiently and Watch your Business Grow

    Time is precious, particularly when it comes to running a small business. While being your own boss is a dream that's finally become a reality, it comes with a lot of responsibility. No doubt, you never seem to be able to check off all the items on your to-do list. From accounting, networking and marketing your company, coupled with everyday tasks, it may seem like there’s an endless number of things to accomplish and never enough time.

    If you want to maintain some work-life balance, your time management skills really need to be on point. After all, there are never more than 24 hours in a day. Some entrepreneurs respond to this fact of life with focus and purpose. Others freak out. 

    If you find yourself in the latter group, don’t worry. With the right time management techniques, you can take control of your time, making your work efficient, productive, and relatively stress-free. The following time management tips can help ensure you get your work done when you’re in the office, so you can enjoy your time away from work as well.

    1. Set goals
    Goal setting is crucial to any good time management strategy. To make sure you’re engaging in activities that support your business goals, both short- and long-term, you need to define those goals in terms that are clear and attainable. After all, if your goal is to just “to grow your business,” you might find yourself overwhelmed and not know where to begin.

    Be Specific: The goal...

    Time is precious, particularly when it comes to running a small business. While being your own boss is a dream that's finally become a reality, it comes with a lot of responsibility. No doubt, you never seem to be able to check off all the items on your to-do list. From accounting, networking and marketing your company, coupled with everyday tasks, it may seem like there’s an endless number of things to accomplish and never enough time.

    If you want to maintain some work-life balance, your time management skills really need to be on point. After all, there are never more than 24 hours in a day. Some entrepreneurs respond to this fact of life with focus and purpose. Others freak out. 

    If you find yourself in the latter group, don’t worry. With the right time management techniques, you can take control of your time, making your work efficient, productive, and relatively stress-free. The following time management tips can help ensure you get your work done when you’re in the office, so you can enjoy your time away from work as well.

    1. Set goals
    Goal setting is crucial to any good time management strategy. To make sure you’re engaging in activities that support your business goals, both short- and long-term, you need to define those goals in terms that are clear and attainable. After all, if your goal is to just “to grow your business,” you might find yourself overwhelmed and not know where to begin.

    Be Specific: The goal...

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