What you will learn from this episode:
- Find out how to get a support system that extends beyond business
- Discover a program you can do in the morning that will set you up for commitment to stick to your goals and always take action to get things done
- Find out good habit forming tips and strategies to keep you in alignment with your personal and business goals
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Books and Podcasts
“Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it is learning how to dance in the rain.” – Vivian Greene
“Slow and steady wins the race.” – Robert Lloyd
Are you struggling so much to maintain that work-life balance that you overlook taking time for self-care? How do you become personally progressive while growing your real estate business?
Working and improving on yourself and surrounding yourself with a good support system that extends beyond business helps you face the overwhelming demands of running your real estate business.
Greg Junge is the founder of Seven Figure Capital. He has been investing in real estate since 2012 and is passionate about helping people just like you to escape the rat race, build passive income, retire early, and live the life you’ve always wanted to live.
In this episode, Greg shares how he faced a health challenge that got him a new perspective in life and his business and which encouraged him to start forming good habits that had him in better shape to face life’s daily grind both personal and businesswise.
Isn’t it that something worth having doesn’t come easy? Let him tell you the struggles he went through and how he overcame it to live the life he now loves.
Nothing compares when you are surrounded with like minded souls who have everyone’s welfare in mind. He is just so thankful to be a part of this group that he gets the support beyond his real estate investing business.
02:13 – Why he got into real estate and not something else
03:55 – What his portfolio looks like – different real estate investing strategies he is into
05:33 – One thing he loves about real estate
07:24 – How a personal development mastermind opened up a lot of doors for him
10:53 – What it means to join a mastermind
13:32 – The mastermind’s benefits beyond real estate
17:11 – What habit did he successfully work on during the pandemic that helped his outlook in life?
19:54 – How the ‘Miracle Morning’ program brought about good habits that helped him in his personal and business life
22:03 – Why having a checklist matter
23:29 – An evening routine you can create
27:31 – Creating what works for you and making it your own when it comes to personal development
29:17 – Thoughts on having an accountability partner
30:00 – What’s in store for him when it comes to personal development and his real estate investing business?
31:58 – Personal brand he likes the most
33:34 – Books he loves reading
35:57 – Resources he loves using and making use of
“What I love about real estate. There’s so many different niches and there’s pros and cons to all of them. But as long as you learn it, and that’s what you feel is right for you and your portfolio and makes you happy, then cool. Go with it. And that’s kind of what we’re doing at this point and no complaints.” – Greg Junge
“I know personal development really helped me make those right connections, gave me the confidence to ask the right questions, and just put me around the right people to ask the right questions to those people.” – Greg Junge
“For me, the mastermind is just having that positivity, that mindset, and just having those smiling faces and knowing that I can ask them an easy question, or I can be vulnerable and maybe open up.” – Greg Junge
“That’s why I love my mastermind, because it’s not just personal development. It’s not just finances and real estate, a lot of people there are not real estate investors, and that kind of thing, which is great, because it balances out the mastermind. And, our lives are not just finances, in real estate, it’s health and nutrition and relationships.” – Greg Junge
“Don’t be hard on yourself, if you do miss a day, get right back on it . Everybody falls and trips. But, getting back up is the key to creating that habit.” – Greg Junge
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Music: Thank you to Zoax for the intro music