We tend to believe that putting others first is a good thing, and to some extent it is. But how can we truly extend something we have not allowed ourselves to experience first hand. In relation to the question above did you put your real estate pants on this morning?
The question being asked is this, have you put your plans to gaining financial freedom into your daily routine?
Real estate is one of the many ways with which you can achieve true financial freedom. Let’s imagine for a moment that you went to work one day and you were called into the office after doing exceptional work on your latest project.
The whole office was talking about it, your rival so green with envy he’s been off sick all week. You go into the office expecting a good ol’ pat on the back from the boss when to your dismay he announces that he has to let you go.
What next? Is there a plan B? The irony is year in, year out while you drove to work faithfully each morning there were opportunities that you passed daily. You were dedicated to securing your bosses business success in exchange for a sense of security. Now the secure blanket has been pulled from underneath you and you’re trying to make sense of it all.
The lesson in all this is to use the principle adapted by your boss to ensure your own financial success. The assets used within the business are used to generate more profits for the business as a means of affording each employee an income each month.
Real estate allows you to develop a monthly income with the added incentive of your money working harder for you. Giving you more time to get out of bed when you desire and to schedule your day at the pace you are comfortable with.
Each morning as you put on your real estate pants, you do so with the reassurance that your bum is secure and not exposed to the cold.
By Robert Holiday