The Time & Space to Think

I dipped into a little Soren Kierkegaard this weekend, and was blown away by his commentary on one of Jesus’ statements. His commentary brought out this incredibly rich, multilayered meaning that I overlooked for 30 years. It reminded me to keep fighting for the time...

Igniting Energy, Enthusiasm & Purpose

One of today’s topics on Real Estate Uncensored is zeroing in on your perfect niche. I think people are afraid to go after a specific niche for a few reasons: 1. They are afraid to miss out on business outside that niche 2. They are afraid of telling people no 3. They...

Sales vs Consulting Mindset

Today’s guest on Real Estate Uncensored will go deep on the difference between these two mindsets. I’m excited to cover this topic because to me the fundamental difference is: Salespeople go out into the wider world, find people with needs, then attempt to...

Systems, Staff & Mental Leverage

When I create a system to get something done, and then turn that system over to staff, there’s a balance I try to strike. As much as I’d love to put 100% of the mental burden on my staff, I can’t. At least not at first. But I also can’t micro-manage and keep 100% of...

Running Up the Escalator

Rory Vaden was the keynote speaker at Real Estate Success Rocks a couple weeks ago. He wrote a great book called Take the Stairs. Ever since, any time I see a choice of escalator or stairs, I take the stairs. It’s a great metaphor on values, work ethic and preventing...

Guru Escapism & Massive Action

Entrepreneur/author Graham Alcott throws out this great phrase “guru escapism” in one of his books. It’s a great way to describe the personality cults that spring up around guys like Grant Cardone, Mike Ferry, Gary Keller, Brendan Bouchard, Tony...