Listened to a podcast that recommended a something that I think I’ll institute.
- Taking time to let input circulate in my brain and halting the non-stop intake of information.
I’m an information gathering addict. I love the process of digging into the theory of something. Figuring out how it works and how it should operate. Figuring out what went wrong in case studies and figuring out ways to fix it or make it better.
However, I’m not quite as action focused as I would like to think.
Or maybe I’m not as motivated as I would like to believe.
One quote that stood out to me that struck me between the eyes was from the co-host. He basically said – some of us are stuck in information gathering phase. And we are fooling ourselves by professing to want something that we actually don’t want.
“if you say you want to be a real estate investor and you haven’t made any offers in the last two years – you don’t actually want to be a real estate investor”.
This is something that I need to face head on. Am I searching for something in trying to identify myself as a real estate investor when I’m really not willing to go through the struggles associated with that growth process?
More thinking required.