This episode is all about making yourself more valuable, by developing your skillset and investing in your future.
David is a real estate investor/agent, author, entrepreneur, and police officer in the San Francisco Bay area of California. David's goal is to achieve total financial independence through real estate, and help others to do the same. When David is not out hunting for bad guys, he hunts for deals and loves talking real estate.
Once upon a time, David was a basketball fanatic. David’s love for basketball taught him that work ethic and training is more important than talent.
The things we notice are not usually the things that lead to success. It’s the fundamentals that determine who is successful, and who is not.
You should try to understand why something works, not just that it works. Strive to become the best version of yourself, if you don’t want to have any regret.
Competency is the baseline – you should strive for mastery.
True mastery comes from teaching others what you are doing.
Developing a skillset, IS a skillset in itself. Removing the fear of failure makes the accomplishment meaningless.
Putting in the time early on is a great way to save money for investment, and you will see it will multiply over time. Small steps are the key to building confidence and skill.
Working long hours to save money is hard. It’s like cutting down a tree with a dull axe.
Create relationships with people who already know what you want to know, and do what you want to do.
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