How to do New Year's Resolutions
If you're wondering how to do New Year's resolutions, you're probably sick of not sticking to your goals. It's normal, don't worry. Most people have big, lofty ambitions at the start of a new year and trick themselves. It's an illusion because actions speak far louder than words. Simply saying you will do something is far removed from actually doing it. Our resident property pioneer, Samuel Leeds is here to help you. In this video, you'll get an exclusive insight into his plans for 2020 and some great advice for setting your own goals.
Samuel's objective for the next year is to focus on bigger deals. As he always says, small deals take the same amount of effort as the larger ones. Sometimes, they're even more of a headache! However, if you are just starting out, you should establish yourself with those ‘small' deals. More experienced property investors are advised to elevate to bigger deals. To do those, you need expertise, a power team, reputation and capital.
One of the biggest mistakes people make when setting their goals is overload. It tends to be an unfocused, blasé activity where they pluck ‘goals' from the sky and say that's their plan. That's not a plan. Samuel says you should pick 2 or 3 big things you want to achieve by the end of the year. These are a few objectives which would make you very happy. You shouldn't have millions of resolutions and commitments because life doesn't work like that. You need clarity and simplicity.
Go hard or go home
For Samuel, he wants to have two big deals in 2020. One of them should be generate a profit of £1 million while the other ought to be £3 million. He feels as if he got lazy lately. He had been buying property with cash simply because he couldn't be bothered to do the paper work to get a mortgage. However, he now realises that he needs to revert back to the mentality which made him successful in the first place. The smartness and shrewdness will return.
Having spent time with Grant Cardone, Samuel realises he needs to commit to going all in for what he deserves. He has vast opportunities to create wealth and help far more people than he is already.
Want more insights into Samuel's goals? Watch the video!