Jeremiah Boucher (Patriot Holdings CEO) and Marty Grizzanti.
Jeremiah Boucher built a $350 Million portfolio of commercial assets (self-storage facilities, mobile home parks, industrial assets) from zero, through constant improvement, investing ahead of the curve, and hard work & execution.
In this episode:
- Acknowledge that everything in life comes with a cost, whether it's time, money, or effort.
- Finding the right balance between saying yes and no is key to managing your time and energy effectively.
- Be intentional about managing your energy during calls and meetings, by setting clear objectives and taking breaks as needed.
- Reading is a valuable investment in yourself, as it can provide high returns in terms of knowledge and personal growth.
- Being mindful of your energy and attitude can have a big impact on your interactions with others.
- Be mindful of self-exhaustion and take steps to avoid burnout, such as taking breaks and delegating tasks.
- Understanding the critical drivers that move the needle in your work or personal life can help you prioritize your efforts.
- Understanding your strengths and weaknesses is key to making the most of your talents and achieving your goals.
- Staying focused: Managing your focus and avoiding distractions is critical to achieving your objectives and staying on track.
- Sometimes, taking a step back and looking at the big picture can help you make better decisions and avoid getting bogged down in the details.
- Remembering what matters: Keep in mind what is most important to you and what it takes to achieve your goals.
- Maintaining your authenticity and staying true to your values can help you navigate difficult situations and make the right decisions.
It doesn't matter where you are now, you can do more, and you can do better. Success in Real Estate starts with drive and determination - to find great deals, get the right investors or investments, and close on the best projects.
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