June 20

How to Tell if You Will be Successful at Real Estate

Over the years I’ve developed the ability to recognize almost instantly if someone will be successful in their real estate ventures.

All I have to do is look at three of their behaviors:


Number one revolves around the timeline you create to get a project or task complete.

Preparation is important, but lengthened time delays are just forms of procrastination. 

For example, I have students who go through the course portion of my program fast. They dig right in and are voracious learners. As a result, some of them experience results within weeks of joining. I’m there to push you along for a reason.

On the other hand, I’ve heard that with other folks programs, action is not pushed nor directed.
Delayed action can result in it taking months or even years to see any results. And sadly, some people even quit before they ever give probate a real chance.

The second behavior is based on how a person values money on a specific time spectrum.

For example, if you want to engage in an activity that will help you advance your business, you might want to just do it yourself to save some cash. But what is your time worth to you? Should you be doing $7, $15 or $18 dollar an hour things when you can delegate those tasks to others? You should focus your time doing the things that will make you the most money.

And the third indicator is commitment. Are you willing to put in the work and stay the course?

Too many people lack patience and fortitude because they have been spoiled by today’s culture of instant gratification.

It seems that the younger a person is the more ingrained this character flaw becomes.

If you want to find real, lasting success in this business, pay attention to your behaviors in regards to your time, money, and commitment. You must commit to your work and follow your plans diligently.
Decide to play the long game. And most importantly, don’t give up. Your successful future is out there waiting for you.

Committed to your success,
Ernie “On My Best Behavior” Vargas | The Probate Fox


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