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Harness the power of guided visualization, meditation, law of attraction, goal setting for real estate investors using Jason Hartman's proven system.

Guided Visualization, Meditation, Law of Attraction, Goal Setting for Real Estate Investors Jason Hartman

    • Mental Health

Harness the power of guided visualization, meditation, law of attraction, goal setting for real estate investors using Jason Hartman's proven system.

    27: The Importance of Real Estate Commandments 11-20

    27: The Importance of Real Estate Commandments 11-20

    Today's guided visualization focuses on the next set of 10 Commandments of Real Estate Investing that Jason Hartman espouses. As a reminder, they are:
    11. Thou Shalt Not Be a Sucker
    12. Thou Shalt Hold Thy Tenants Responsible
    13. Thou Shalt Look at the Big Picture
    14. Thou Shalt Make Rational Decisions
    15. Thou Shalt Have a Reality Check
    16. Thou Shalt Pursue Quality
    17. Thou Shalt Embrace Fragmentation
    18. Thou Shalt Use Shelters to Protect Wealth
    19. Thou Shalt Not Make Emotional Decisions
    20. Thou Shalt Look at the Big Picture
    Website:
    www.JasonHartman.com

    • 25 min
    26: How the 10 Commandments of Real Estate Investing Help You Succeed

    26: How the 10 Commandments of Real Estate Investing Help You Succeed

    Today's Guided Visualization focuses on revisiting the 10 commandments of Jason Hartman's real estate investing:
    1. Become Educated
    2. Seek Guidance
    3. Stay In Control
    4. Remain Prudent
    5. Do Not Gamble
    6. Always Diversify
    7. Be Area Agnostic™
    8. Use Borrowed Money
    9. Identify Universal Needs
    10. Purchase Tax-Favored Assets
    Website:
    www.JasonHartman.com

    • 28 min
    25: Thou Shalt Look at the Big Picture

    25: Thou Shalt Look at the Big Picture

    Today we focus on Jason Hartman's Commandment #20: Thou Shalt Look at the Big Picture.
    What this means to us as investors is that we need the ability to step back from the daily fluctuations, hassles, and difficulties to think about our long-term goals and vision.
    The first component of the big picture is a knowledge of what we are investing for in the first place. The simple answer “to make money” is nowhere near sufficient. Every person invests to achieve some future goal. Keeping this goal in focus is how we weather the difficulties of any particular day of our investing life.
    By coming back to the core components of successful investing on a regular basis, it will assist each of us in consistently moving toward our goals. To many people, this focus will seem to be “boring” since it does not involve hair raising excitement. However, true success is born of discipline, which frequently takes the form of continuing to do what is necessary long after it has ceased to be novel.
    Website:
    www.JasonHartman.com

    • 6 min
    24: Thou Shalt Not Make Emotional Decisions

    24: Thou Shalt Not Make Emotional Decisions

    Today's guided visualization looks at Jason Hartman's Commandment 19: Thou Shalt Not Make Emotional Decisions.
    In the world of finance and investing, the single greatest enemy that most people will face is themselves. The reason for this is because even seasoned investors can fall prey to making emotional decisions.
    The danger is that emotional decisions are very seldom intelligent decisions. This is compounded by the fact that the situations when most of us act emotionally tend to be at inflection points for our investments, the market or both. In this way, many people miss some of the greatest opportunities for investment because of emotional decision making.
    The way that we can move from “dumb money” to “smart money” is by making smart decisions. The way that we can push ourselves toward consistently making intelligent decisions is by maintaining an even temperament and staying disciplined. The importance of this cannot be over-stated, since there is no amount of market knowledge that can overcome emotional decisions. Thus, learning to make rational decisions must be the first discipline that we master as investors, since it is the foundation upon which all of our future success will be built.
    Website:
    www.JasonHartman.com

    • 6 min
    23: Thou Shalt Use Shelters to Protect Wealth

    23: Thou Shalt Use Shelters to Protect Wealth

    Today's guided visualization is focused on Jason Hartman's Commandment #18: Thou Shalt Use Shelters to Protect Wealth.
    As children, we’re taught that a human only needs three things to survive—food, water, and shelter. And while real estate offers a physical shelter (which is one of the reasons it is so great—people will always need shelter) what we’re talking about here is real estate as tax shelter.
    It might first be helpful to define what it is we mean by tax shelter. Simply put, tax shelters are a means of reducing taxable income which results in payment reduction to tax collecting entities. This can include state and federal governments. Local and international tax law can dictate the methodology of tax shelters. In the United States, a tax shelter refers specifically to a method that recovers more than one dollar for every dollar spent within a four year timeframe.
    Once you’re an advanced investor and have dozens of properties, speak with a qualified professional about ways you can best protect your wealth. Until then, remain focused on acquiring high quality properties, properly insuring them, and building your wealth through the ownership of income properties. Protect your wealth with the ultimate tax shelter—and don’t overthink it.
    Website:
    www.JasonHartman.com

    • 5 min
    22: Commandment 17: Thou Shalt Embrace the Fragmentation

    22: Commandment 17: Thou Shalt Embrace the Fragmentation

    Jason Hartman's Commandment #17 is Thou Shalt Embrace the Fragmentation. Fragmentation acts as a defense mechanism for investors. It is more difficult to confiscate and the act of doing so costs significantly more than 401k and IRA assets, so it is less likely to happen. Laws governing the landlord-renter relationship happen on the local level. This local focus ensures that large, sweeping changes (even on a national level) are less likely to change the renter-landlord relationship for income properties throughout the country.
    Next, fragmentation helps real estate investors by keeping institutional investors out of the business. Because you’ve got property managers doing things differently, every developer, every real estate broker in every different market around the country, these institutions stay out of it, which allows more opportunity for individuals. When large institutional investors become involved, they sell shares and collect money off the top (hello, Wall Street!). Fragmentation helps prevent this.
    Finally, you should embrace fragmentation in real estate, but specifically within your own portfolio, by diversifying (fragmenting) your own investments across different areas and markets.
    Fragmentation doesn’t mean broken—it means diversity, control, and income.
    Website:
    www.JasonHartman.com

    • 6 min

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