Podcast: Are you pursuing your real estate goals or just dreaming? (part 2)

  • To hit dead center, aim above the bull's-eye.
  • Complacency is a myth -- you're moving one way or another, and it's up to you to take action.
  • White boards and dream boards are your visual daily accountability. Keep them vibrant, exciting and updated.

Future-Proof: Navigate Threats, Seize Opportunities at ICNY 2018 | Jan 22-26 at the Marriott Marquis, Times Square, New York

Dreams are valuable. They give your life and career a purpose, direction and ultimately meaning.

It’s foolish to underestimate the power of having a dream, and if you’re in real estate and you don’t have an idea of where you want to go in the industry, you should check yourself and see if this is the right line of work for you.

That being said, a dream without goals is worthless — it’s just a fantasy, like saving the rainforest or winning the lottery. It would be great if dreams just happened, but unfortunately that’s not how it works.

Now taking that dream, establishing goals, and creating practical, achievable milestones to get there –that’s another story.

In case you missed part one, today we’re continuing our discussion of 10 key points to turning your dreams into goals and making them happen. We’re going to focus on where the rubber meets the road, and help you take positive action to make your dreams a reality. Also, check out UpDesk as mentioned on today’s show.


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