If you’re a real estate investor who loves staying on top of the latest trends, strategies, and tools to get that extra edge over your competitors, and wants to kick ass both personally and professionally, then this podcast is for you!
Host Robert Syfert, founder of InvestorPO and USA Portfolio Real Estate, has spent years learning the ins and outs of real estate investing. He loves sharing his knowledge (and secrets!) with fellow investors to help them create the perfect life and business.
Episode 2 – Finding Balance
In this episode of Modern Real Estate Investor, Robert Syfert asks if a work-life balance actually exists and why people can’t just be happy? We learn that Robert actually works MORE because of real estate and we find out why he completely loses track of time. Then, Robert discusses how to counterbalance your life, what ‘focused time’ means, and why everyone needs to think about revenue generating activities. Later, we discover the tactic Robert uses to maintain his own balance.
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Recommended Books: The One Thing
* The One Thing: Chapter 8 – Balance is a Bunk 00:01:20
* Why Robert thinks work-life balance does not exist 00:05:10
* Finding the harmony in your life 00:07:10
* Ways to counterbalance 00:09:00
* What focused time means 00:11:10
* Revenue generating activities and the revenue in your life 00:13:00
* Learn to be okay with being out of balance, life is a juggling act 00:17:00
* Keep track of your two balance buckets: personal life and work life 00:19:45
* The tactic Robert uses to maintain balance 00:23:30
* How Robert starts his mornings with the core four 00:25:45
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Episode 1 – Integrity
On the inaugural episode of the Modern Real Estate Investor podcast, we talk about a topic that I am very passionate about but I think most people don’t genuinely embrace: integrity. By definition, integrity is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. It is a personal decision to make the right choices even when no one is looking. A lot of people in business, but especially in our industry, say that they live and do business with integrity – even talking about it in their mission statements or on their websites – but too many of them just use it as a buzzword to get people to think that they are honest and straightforward.
Integrity truly starts with being honest with yourself and living a congruent or consistent life day-in and day-out, really doing what you say that you are going to do. In fact, you probably actually live with integrity if other people say that about you, rather than if you say it about yourself. In business, be straightforward and honest with your clients or vendors, be very careful to hire people with integrity since they will be representing you every day, and use clear and transparent language in your contracts and marketing materials.
My book recommendation for this week is “The Magic” by Rhonda Byrne. Choosing to be grateful every day will truly change the way you live.
Links: “The Magic” by Rhonda Byrne – https://www.thesecret.tv/products/the-magic-book/
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