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Welcome Commercial Real Estate Pro Network Listeners

Since you are here, you must have heard my interview on the CREPN Podcast with Darrin Gross.

Darrin is a  great host who understand the huge challenges entrepreneurs face in taking their net incomes over $1 million a year.

Today business owners are experiencing the “Great Awakening”. What we’ve all gone through over the last 2 years has caused all of us to look at how we play the game of life. Many DRIVEN business owners have “HAD IT” with the disconnect between their efforts and their results. “HAD IT” with this innate feeling that they’re playing at 20% of their potential.

The solution? The top book in the world on Success – Think & Grow Rich. It advocates applying the SCIENCE of the human mind to LEVERAGE yourself.

The book is based on one simple fact. 95% of your daily actions are unconscious. So to have a higher level of success, you have to influence those unconscious daily actions. Pure math.

John Mitchell – Founder of Think It Be It®

Our 12 minute day technique works because it:

  1. Focuses you only on what moves the needle
  2. Triples your discipline
  3. Causes new ideas to consistently come into your head every week.

Today you’re innately wired for survival, which makes you fear-based, reactive and negative. Program yourself 12 minutes a day to NET $1 million a year. Watch what happens…

Below are the resources I mentioned on the podcast. Use them as our gift to you. If we can be of any service to you, don’t hesitate to contact us.

During our 30 minute call, tell John about your business.

Learn how our 12 minute a day methodology would specifically impact your own daily FOCUS & DISCIPLINE. And your annual INCOME.

 

Start working “ON” your business rather than “in” your business.

You’ll receive a 5 minute video that explains in detail HOW this process works. 

And why it impacts your INCOME.

 

 

Are you playing at 20% of your potential or 100%?

Through this assessment, gain a deeper understanding of yourself.

You can’t fix a problem until you acknowledge the problem.