As we enter into the dog days of summer, it’s time once again to take a look back at some past Round Table episodes that have an important message, valuable land investing content, or those that have made an impact on you Land Geekers.
This week’s theme is TIME.
FINDING TIME—Many come into this business with full-time jobs and other time commitments. So, how do you find time to learn, build, and scale a land investing business when you already have a full-time schedule?
Team Geek shares the details of their time challenged beginnings, including:
- How they found time to work on the business with full schedules
- How it transitioned into a more efficient operation
- Their process of creating habit through daily routines
Plus, find out how much time they spend on their business now and how they manage that balance between business and life.
Two great examples of students who were extremely time challenged but still found ways to make this business work are The Burnett’s and Mimi Schmidt. Be sure to listen in to their episodes to hear how their perseverance, dedication, and grit paid off!
We all have the same amount of time in a day, it’s how you choose to use it.
CREATING TIME—This business model is all about creating the systems that will support your business operations, freeing up your time for more important things… like spending more time with family & friends and allowing you to work ON the business instead of in it.
One of the most tragic things that happen is the entrepreneurial paradox, where they quit their 40 hour a week job to work 80 hours in their own business. How is that a good trade-off?
But, so often we hear that the biggest challenge is letting go. So how do you let go of the mindset of wanting to do everything yourself and adapt a more embracing outlook towards automation, delegation, elimination, and systematization?
Listen in to hear what the team has to say…
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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