Diary of a Real Estate Entrepreneur – My Journey towards Financial Freedom – Episode 3

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If  You Ain’t Talking Money, I Don’t Want To Talk

 

When I become an entrepreneur as well as an employee, I had two jobs to juggle. From 9 in the morning to 5 in the evening, not only did I have to perform my duties as an office employee in a satisfactory manner (just good enough to not get fired), I also had to complete some real estate investment work.

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Diary of a Real Estate Entrepreneur – My Journey towards Financial Freedom – Episode 2

Network Equals Net worth

 

After being told by my governmental coordinator that I was better suited for the private sector, I was quick to draft my resignation letter (see ‘Greatest Advice I Ever Received’), yet wondered what was next.

I knew I had to learn more about real estate investment in order to become a real estate investor.  So I started reading books, watching YouTube videos, and listening to podcasts from the comfort of my own home.  We live in the information age, so all the knowledge I needed was readily available at the stroke of a finger.  I began to learn on my own; however, I wasn’t making much progress.  That is when I decided to start networking.

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Diary of a Real Estate Entrepreneur – My Journey towards Financial Freedom – Episode 1

The Greatest Advice I Have Ever Received

 

When I was working for the government in NYC, my job entailed managing surveys as well as a huge team of people. Working as a supervisor, I thought my job was quite cool; I would delegate tasks, and assign my team members in the field to complete surveys. However, after reading ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’, I started to get the feeling that there were bigger and better things out there for me. Basically, I had a passion for becoming a real estate investor, though I never paid much attention to it.

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