Your intuition is the second ingredient of the Goddess secret sauce. It’s particularly strong for most women, and it’s one of our most powerful tools. I call it the GPS for your life.
Have you ever had an intuitive sense about someone or something? Maybe you heard a voice that steered you in the right direction? Or you "just knew" something was the right decision or you knew that it was wrong?
Several years ago, I had an instant liking to a man I met on a blind date. I felt a strong feeling for him even before he spoke. I “just knew” instantly. That man is now my husband.
Intuition is very real and tends to be particularly strong in women. It’s a gift that we have, and it’s extremely valuable for your investing (or anything else in your life).
Your intuition is the culmination of various instantaneous mental processes including automatic processing, subliminal priming, implicit memory, heuristics, right-brain...
"Success in real estate is not like winning the lottery, it takes work."
― Monick Halm.
I have a friend whose grandmother gave her lottery tickets for every special occasion. Each birthday, Easter, and Christmas card had a lottery ticket tucked inside. She told me once of all the dreams those lottery tickets inspired - vacations she would take her grandmother on, the home she would buy, the ideas she could pursue. Too often, our businesses suffer from lottery ticket syndrome. We have ideas, inspiration, plans about what we’re going to do, and build, but we don’t set out to actually DO it.
The real estate business is a tough teacher, and there is one lesson that has been hammered home for me over and over again: Success in real estate is not like winning the lottery - it takes work. It’s so important to dream, to picture where you want your business and your life to go, but it’s also important to take action.
There’s good news, though. The...
Today, I wanted to share about how I got started in real estate investment.
I have a real estate investing goddess friend named Nicole. Her parents were very successful real estate investors. She grew up knowing all about real estate. Her parents are much older and have since retired, and now she runs their impressive real estate portfolio. She's been an investor since birth.
I, on the other hand, didn’t grow up knowing any of this. I fell into real estate investment almost by accident.
I didn’t know anything about real estate investing. I didn’t know why someone would want to do it, or that it was even an option for me.
I was taught that you work hard in school, go to the best college (and in my case law school) you can, and then get the best job you can.
I was taught to trade time for money, but get the best job you can so that you’re making the most amount of money per hour....