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By: Curt Cloyd – Director
Personal Wealth Academy, LLC
                  Real Estate Success - Taking Effective Action
                                        By: Curt Cloyd – Director
                                     Personal Wealth Academy, LLC

Have you made a decision to start off with real estate investing? Have you chosen it as the route to achieve
the financial freedom that you desire? If so, pay close attention to what I have to say.

The reality:

Each and every person that gets into the real estate business does so because he seeks financial freedom.
But almost 97 out of every 100 people who start out with real estate investing never really succeed.

5 out of the 97 achieve some moderate success. The other 92 out of 97 end up as utter failures. There are
only 3 people out of every 100 people that really achieve a substantial amount of success with real estate
investing.

So if you're thinking that you can become a real estate success too in no time at all, think again.

The road you've embarked upon isn't easy. You'll often be tempted by the desire to procrastinate, keep
studying, over-analyzing things and various other distractions. At the end of the day, you'll find that
you've really done nothing that can help take your business to the next level.

Conventional real estate coaches encourage you to take action on your goals. But that isn't enough. You
need to take effective action in order to be successful. There's a huge difference between just ACTION and
TAKING EFFECTIVE ACTION.

The word effective makes all the difference here. An effective action is any action that you can take which
will produce the best quality and quantity of result you're expecting.

On the other hand, an action is just a normal everyday task that you carry out to take you a step further.
That isn't enough. It can't accelerate your journey to real estate success.

There's an interesting article on the subject of Taking Effective Action
at CreativeRealEstateInvestingGuide.com which you may want to check out.

It lays out a couple of examples of effective action steps that you need to take to get your real estate
business to the next level.

Here's how I recommend that you apply the 'Taking Effective Action' principle in your real
estate business...

    1. List out your goal or objective. Write down the goal or objective that you want to accomplish
    2. Now break that task down into multiple steps. Be as clear and detailed as possible with each of the
       steps
    3. Write down the list of distractions/obstacles that may prevent you from completing the above
       mentioned tasks on time
    4. Set a time frame for accomplishment for each of the tasks with additional time provided for
       obstacles/distractions. Also set a deadline for your main objective
    5. Start taking action on them. Scratch each task out as you complete.

When you're starting out in real estate, all of your action steps needs to be directed towards ONLY one
thing - Building a Cash Flow Business.

You see... having a business that brings you sound cash flow month after month can mean the difference
between success and failure as a real estate investor.

If you'd like to learn about how to build a successful cash flow business, I strongly recommend that you
take a look at the following page - http://taxsalephd.com/page1.php

				
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