Real Estate Investing Behavior. Post 103


Not all systems are good

Think about this idea for a minute. How often do we give in? We do some bad behavior that we know is not good, but we do it anyway. Our brain and persona are comfortable with our bad behavior. We have internalized (systematized) our bad habits until we no longer even think about them. We just do them by rote as if they are the best thing for us to do. Consequently, a “bad behavior” system is not good.

Change is very hard

Our emotions would not know what to do with themselves if we were to be disciplined and not snack after 7 PM, if we did not drive too fast, if we actually did our homework or our chores, or if we did not gossip, etc.

All behavior works within a system

We choose which Systems we wish to follow. To be effective, we must decide if we will actually do something to implement a new system to alter our behavior.

Changing behavior

This begins with recognizing that a behavior is detrimental. Then we must decide that we wish to change our behavior. Then we must determine how to change the behavior. Therefore, the real question is… how do we change ourselves?

If we have actually gotten to the point of seriously challenging ourselves to change a behavior, then we must analyze ourselves for the best course of action.

An axiom is that we will consistently do only those things which give us pleasure. Therefore, we must figure out the ways to affect changes that are safe, easy, and pleasurable.

We must go from being frustrated – to taking positive actions

In real estate investing, all the “Systems” work.

Some Systems work better than others and some people are better suited to a certain type of real estate investing System which best brings out their natural talents.

For instance, a person with mechanical abilities will be very well suited to rehabilitate homes. A person who is a successful salesperson would be better suited to negotiating. We can all paint a bit and we all can hammer a nail, just as we can all negotiate – a bit; but some of us are better at it than others.

Profits follow practice

We must practice in order to get better at the skills at which we are not naturally gifted.

  1. The more we practice, the better we get.
  2. The better we get, the easier the transaction.
  3. The easier the transaction, the more often we have transactions and the better they get.
  4. And, the more often and better the transaction, the greater the profits.
  5. The greater the profits, the more your family loves you and you become more confident.
  6. The more you are loved and the more confident you become, the greater your chances of performing good works.
  7. And performing good works is, after all, the real measure of our existence.

Overcome procrastination

If you have decided that real estate investing is the vehicle to attain your financial freedom, then you owe it to yourself to investigate the many Systems that can help you.

Coach Mitch’s “Ridiculously Simple System…” works best in the exact type of real estate market that exists today – a difficult market. Why? Because we concentrate on locating and negotiating with the “most motivated of all motivated sellers”© These folks are WILLING to lower their selling price, but most importantly, they are ABLE to SELL AT ANY PRICE THEY WANT BECAUSE THEY DON’T HAVE ANY MORTGAGE.

Now, where are you going to find a better System than one that consistently identifies sellers who can give his property away – literally? I have purchased homes for $100 and I have controlled 100’s of homes at the same time with only $1 each. WoW!

See Coach Mitch’s “Ridiculously Simple System…” ™ for details.

Become good,

Mitchell Goldstein - Coach Mitch
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