How To Avoid The Grind—Cracking The Code For Efficiency

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

  • Tate Litchfield
  • Erik Peterson
  • Mike Zaino
  • Aaron Williams
  • Scott Todd


  • The Fluidity and Grind of the Land Business—Why do some people flow through this business while others find it a grind? The guys all mastermind this topic to help you avoid the grind.
  • Interesting Zaps—Everyone shares their favorite zaps that help make this business flow a little easier.

Plus, what has Scott so anxious to share his Tip Of The Week? Once again, the boys are up to their shenanigans! 

Listen in now…


Mark: A great quote from Tony Robbins—Successful people ask better questions and as result they get better answers. One of the great questions is, “If everything’s going to change, what’s not going to change in the land business? People will always want a real asset and a good deal. Those two ingredients really help our business.

A book to show you how to think about asking yourself better questions in every aspect of your life is, A More Beautiful Question by Warren Berger.

Scott: Check out FileThis. It goes to all your websites and automatically gets your statements and records them automatically to dropbox.

Tate: Check out the iTunes app, Magnet. It allows you to break your computer screen up into several different workflow areas. If you’re doing due diligence and you want to look at google earth and at google maps at the same time you can use this app to see all one information in one screen at one time.

Aaron: A free password manager called Remembear. And they also have a VPN, for working remotely called, Tunnelbear.

Mike: The Position Before Submission— A position in Jiu Jitsu that means that they’re not going to just dive in and try to grab the guy in a neck lock or an arm lock because it wouldn’t work. They have to get a superior position first then they go into submission. The whole idea is to gain a superior position.

How it relates to land investing—Don’t go into an area when you’re brand new and mail to the whole county. Look for the hot spots and once you find them you take them over.

It also relates to sales—Don’t go straight for the kill, position yourself first by asking questions that lead into a position of submission.

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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