Doers Vs. Dreamers

People with aspirations can, in general, be split into two groups:

1. Doers

2. Dreamers

Doers make the world go ‘round.

That said, dreaming isn’t all bad … and the truth is, most doers are also big dreamers.

But the key is turning dreams into real-world action.

You’ll never have the life you want — the career you want — the real estate business you want — if you spend your whole life just dreaming.

You’re on my list and get my newsletter because you have dreams.

You want to be a better real estate investor.

You want to build a bigger real estate business.

You want to grow your personal fortune.

You want to live a better life.

These are all good and noble things to want, but to get what you want and turn your dreams into reality, you must take action.

This lesson applies everywhere in life.

Doers take decisive action over and over again. Sometimes things work out, sometimes they don’t — it really doesn’t matter because in the long run, doers normally win. So, how do you force yourself to act even if you’re a little scared or overwhelmed? Napoleon Hill said, “Fear, the worst of all enemies, can be effectively cured by forced repetition of acts of courage.”

It’s time to get to work. SO … How Will You Make 2016 Wildly Successful?