Thank you to everyone who made the Best Ever conference a great success – the speakers, the sponsors, the attendees and the Best Ever team. If you were unable to attend this year’s conference, you missed out on some game-changing real estate, business, and personal success advice.
Here are just five of the many takeaways from the keynotes, presentations and panel discussions, with much more to come in future blog posts.
Scott Lewis, Spartan Investment Group
Scott understands that ample planning is vital to business success. However, as he learned in is time in the military, a plan never survives first contact. When you go to implement a plan and you get an uppercut to the face, you need to either have a backup strategy in reserve or have the resourcefulness to problem-solve on your feet.
You don’t need a doctorate’s degree to become a real estate investor. If that was the case, the majority of the speakers and attendees at the Best Ever Conference, including Andrew Campbell, would be bankrupted. A Proper education, experienced team, proven investment strategy and the willingness to take massive, consistent action trump intelligence, period.
Terrell Fletcher, Entrepreneur and Former NFL Pro
Terrell attributes his business and NFL success to his love for the day-to-day grind. The majority of our business lives are spent in the pursuit of our desired outcomes. These are the routines we perform and the actions we take on a daily and weekly basis. Life’s too short to do things that we don’t want to do. So, instead of torturing yourself, direct your time to the things that you love to do (and, ideally, are good at) and find experienced team members to do the things you that you don’t.
Trevor McGregor, Trevor McGregor International
We all have that little voice in our head that tells us why something is difficult or impossible to do. Because where focus goes, energy flows, if you listen to that voice, you will act as if it is telling the truth. In reality, that voice in our head is BS. It is your Belief System. Recondition your belief system from the “I can’t” to the “I can and will” mindset and your business will flourish.
Forced appreciation is great, but betting on natural appreciation is a big no-no in my book. When you buy for cash flow, as long as the asset is in the right market, you don’t have to worry about what the overall real estate market is doing. In fact, if the market takes a dip, the demand for your cash flowing rental property will likely increase.
QUESTION: Which of these five quotes gives you the most inspiration and/or value?
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