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Managing a real estate business is probably one of the most stressful career choices a person can make. As a budding entrepreneur, things can feel so more overwhelming you might think about quitting. It happens to everyone - even the most seasoned investors think about closing shop once in a while - but what sets the pros apart is that they persist.
How do you push beyond your breaking point?
Today, Don and Ryan discuss the importance of stepping away from your business to have more clarity. They explain the difference between a burnout and not having traction and share examples of when they experienced burnouts as well as what they did to pull through. They also discuss what it means to be self-aware in business and how it helps you learn your weak points so you can focus your energy on your zone of genius.
“Sometimes when you step away from the frustration and clear your mind and focus on something else for a while - the answers will come to you.” - Don Costa
This Week on FlipTalk’s Rookie PlayBook:
- Their current business matters and how their teams are managing all of it.
- Why they call December "No-cember."
- The side of real estate business management most people do not realize or appreciate.
- What being burned out feels like and how you can address it.
- What it means to be self-aware as business owners.
- When to recognize you need help in your business.
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