What if you’re really excited about investing in real estate, and your partner’s not on board yet? How do you entice them to collaborate with you? If you're in a long-term relationship, it can be critical for you to have their significant other's support in order to achieve maximum success.
My husband Peter and I help couples increase their income and their intimacy through real estate investing.
Here are three tips to help you get your partner as excited as you are to move forward:
First, spend some time together dreaming about what a future in a 10+ life might look like. What would it be like to be financially free if you had enough passive income streams from real estate investing? What would you do with your time? What would you do as a couple? As a family, what are your plans? What would you do if you could give back to the world in some way? The more exciting your vision is, the more eager your partner will be to join you on your journey.
Second, inquire about your partner's investing fears: What is keeping you from taking the next step in real estate investing? Are you concerned about your financial situation? Or do you think you're putting your trust in the wrong person? Or is it simply taking too long? You can address your fears and take steps to avoid these situations if you know what they are.
Finally, learn about investing as a team. When one attends a real estate investing educational event, they return home fired up. It's difficult for someone who wasn't present to share the same level of enthusiasm and commitment. That's why it's critical that you spend some time learning as a couple so that you can motivate and encourage your partner as well.
This is why we have created our Real Estate Investor Soulmates Retreat -- we want to support couples to learn and grow together in wealth and love.
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