Many of the most highly successful people in our industry are also the most miserable. Their personal lives have suffered at the expense of their business success. What are some of the biggest mistakes we’re committing that makes it hard for us to have fulfilling personal lives? How do we build wealth so that we don’t have to stay in production longer than necessary? Why is it so important for us to let go of control in order to delegate and take things off our plates? On this episode, speaker, author, coach and founder of eReal Estate Coach, Jim Remly shares on how we can achieve a more balanced life.
To grow in capacity and get to a life balance, you have to start letting go of control. -Jim Remly
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Three Things We Learned From This Episode
We won’t always find alphas to hire, but we can train and coach
Alphas are quite rare. Most people aren’t, so when we hire them, we have to help them, coach them, educate them to reach their full potential.
Build your business around your life
This is business planning season, and as we think about how 2020 is going to look, we have to start with our lives, families and personal goals. After that, we can add our business goals into the picture, and create a system that allows for more balance in our lives.
Financial freedom helps us get a more balanced life
Many people in our industry never get off the financial hamster wheel because they don’t handle money correctly. In order to avoid this, we need to treat ourselves as our own employees and establish a base pay. To create more wealth, we also need to buy one investment property a year.
Jim is a speaker, author, and consultant. He is the founder of eReal Estate Coach and the author of The Path to Real Estate Zen, a premium coaching platform for agents looking for a transformation in their real estate career. In addition, he runs one of the largest real estate firms in the state of Oregon, with over $766 million dollars in sales volume a year, with just over 160 active Brokers. As a consultant, author, speaker, and trainer Jim has one mission – to create abundance through simplicity of action. Visit http://www.erealestatecoach.com/ for more information.