10 Secrets of Success from Seasoned Real Estate Investment Advisors

June 17, 2008 | By | 2 Replies More

Secrets of Success from Seasoned Real Estate Investment Advisors

  1. Always, always, always do what you say you’re going to do! Absolutely no exceptions. This alone will put you light years ahead of the competition.
  2. Be fair and honest. You will be liked, admired, and respected in your community.
  3. Maintain a positive mental attitude everyday in everything that you do.
  4. Never take your eye off the ball and beware of your comfort zone.
  5. Remember that the best time to do a deal is right after you do a great deal. Keep the momentum going!
  6. Always meet people on their level in all areas of business and life.
  7. Smile. It’s contagious.
  8. Surprise people with your character. This practice will always pay the best dividends over time.
  9. Forgive yourself if you fail. And as John Maxwell would say, “Fail Forward.”
  10. Set clearly defined and measurable goals. Read them everyday.

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  1. Tage says:

    Great stuff yet again. A lot of these items seem so simple, yet I often forget to practice them, and I constantly need reminding. I especially like items 1 & 7. Number 1 is so basic, yet many do not adhere to this principle, and I agree that other things will be much easier when people know that you are an honest individual who keeps his word.

  2. Patrick Riddle says:

    You’re right about #1 being basic but it is so rare to find someone that adheres to it. People seem to always have good intentions but unconsciously commit to doing things without realizing what they have done. Or people don’t take their own word seriously and say things that they don’t mean. By not valuing their own word,they teach others to do the same.