Can your land business hold up if you need to step away from it?
This business model is all about setting up the systems that will allow you to earn passive income so you can live a life beyond the business. And, with Tate just returning from a week in Hawaii, we thought it would be a good topic to explore in this week’s Round Table.
Joining Mark are:
- Aaron Williams
- Mimi Schmidt
- Mike Zaino
- Tate Litchfield
- Scott Todd
Any Profit Beats No Profit
Aaron starts us off with a case study that the team geek all weigh in on. It’s a situation that raises the conversations of:
- Listening to the market
- Tire kickers
What Does Unplugging Look Like In This Business?
Tate shares how he prepared to getaway from his business, if he was able to go MIA 100%, and how his systems held up while he was gone. Did he uncover any hidden bottlenecks?
For the most part, I spent my time on the beach running around, chasing fish, watching sunsets and just enjoying myself. That is what this passive lifestyle affords.
Even when you have the systems in place and your business is fully sustainable, is it possible to completely disconnect and live in the moment or will you always be compelled to check email or check on the business?
Find out what team geek thinks.
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TIP OF THE WEEK
With AreaVibes.com, you can compare the crimes of one county with another.
With NeighborhoodScout.com, you could actually look at it like a heat map and it shows your property and how safe it is. If you search for a little town and don’t get anything, just go to the biggest town to give you information. There is also other information, besides crime.
Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?
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