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10. Excuses and Gossiping - 11 MORE Things Poor People Do That the Rich Avoid
Oct 02 2020
Successful people pay attention to life. They don't make excuses.
If they are late or are not able to do something, they will own it and learn from it; but they don't use anything as an excuse. Give up making excuses. Embrace the fact that something might happen and share that with other people.
Instead of gossiping, talk to them and ask questions from people who are successful.
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And also, gossiping takes a lot of time and effort. It tries to take power out of another person. This is not healthy. It is one of the worst things you can do. If someone is above you, you want to elevate up there, not pull them down. Instead of gossiping, talk to them and ask questions from people who are successful.
There are things poor people do, and things wealthy people do, that are opposites. After all the years that I've had the chance to interview and work with poor and wealthy people, I've noticed some patterns. In this episode, Lou Brown discusses 11 more areas we've found that poor people do things differently than the rich.
3. Limiting beliefs
5. Following through on ideas Open to new ideas
6. Do the math
7. Saving money
8. Using credit cards
9. Spending money
10. Excuses - Gossiping and news
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Real Estate investors in all fifty states across Canada and fifteen foreign countries including as far away as Australia and New Zealand, have long regarded the training, systems and forms created by Louis Brown as the best in the industry, Quoted as an expert by many publications and authors, “Lou” draws from a wide and varied background as a real estate investor having been buying property since 1976.
He's invested in single-family homes, apartments, hotels, developed subdivisions and built and renovated homes and apartments. Each of these experiences has given him a proving ground for the most cutting edge concepts in real estate today. He's widely known as a creative financing genius with his deal structuring concepts.
Being a teacher at heart he enjoys sharing his discoveries with others. He has served the industry in many volunteer positions such as past President and designated lifetime member of the Georgia Real Estate Investors Association, the world's largest real estate investor group.
He is also founding President of the National Real Estate Investors Association, which serves as the umbrella association of local investor groups.
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