There’s a trick to building a real estate investment business with part-time hours.
Actually, this goes for all types of business because what I’m about to teach you are the fundamental principles of being productive.
The first and most important thing you need to understand is the difference between being effective and being efficient.
Effectiveness means that you’re doing the right thing. You’re working on the task or step that will give you the most improvement in the least amount of time.
Efficiency simply refers to how well or how fast you do a specific task.
That means it’s totally possible to do a great job at the task at hand but still not get anywhere (if you’ve chosen the wrong task to begin with).
Efficiency is great and all, but it plays second fiddle to effectiveness. If you want to get a lot done in a limited amount of time, choosing the right task is way more important than doing the task quickly.
So you’re first order of business is to seek out what task will get you the closest to your goal in the least amount of time. And then you want to put all of your focus into accomplishing that task.
In order to do this we need to make sure we have dedicated time set aside for working on that task.
Don’t wait until you have a free minute… Actually block off the time in your calendar to work on that most important task.
Once that task is done, you work on your next most important.
Focused dedicated time is the name of the game here.
And when it comes to real estate, before you even decide what task is most important, you need to make sure you’re pursuing an investing strategy that can be accomplished with part-time hours.
Some strategies are much more effective than others!
But don’t worry if you’re not sure which strategy fits the bill…
You can learn all about the best way to get started as a beginner real estate investor in my new webinar. There’s no cost to attend. Click the link below to register today
This class is going to show you how possible it is to start part-time and actually earn enough side income that you’re able to quit your job in 180 days or less.
Cool, I hope you enjoy! Joe