Restarting The Momentum After Life Breaks

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income—Round Table edition, Mark is joined by:

  • Jeannie Morem
  • Erik Peterson
  • Tate Litchfield
  • Scott Todd

With Dirt Rich about to hit the bookshelves in a few weeks, Mark emailed out Chapter 1 last week for all to read and Erik gives his feedback.

A chapter in Dirt Rich is titled Kaizen—kai = change zen = good—change for better. In English kaizen is typically applied to measures for implementing continuous improvement… which we are applying to the coaching program!  Find out what we have in store for our coaching clients!

Plus, what happens when you have momentum going and you take time off and lose it… how do you get it back again? It’s easy to make excuses why you’re not going to work “today” and put it off until another day. Everyone weighs in, and it all comes down to having the desire or a WHY big enough that you feel compelled to get it done!  

Jeannie shares what has helped her stop making excuses and start taking action is to trick her brain with Mel Robbins 5 second rule—If you have an impulse to act on a goal, you must physically move within 5 seconds or your brain will kill the idea.

That rule helps me get all the annoying little things done because I’m a big picture person and I want to own lots of land and lots of acreage. But doing the little work is annoying. -Jeannie

The last topic up for discussion is dealing with eBay flakes. They win the bid then disappear leaving you stuck with the listing fee! Everyone shares how to minimize the risks.

TIP OF THE WEEK

Erik: Pre-order Dirt Rich—a great book about getting started with land investing. Email support@thelandgeek.com.

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?

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