Learn the “Be, Do, Have” Concept for Success

Learn the “Be, Do, Have” Concept for Success

Learn the “Be, Do, Have” concept to build not only success, but also happiness in your life.

Today I want to talk to you about the concept of “Be, Do, Have.” 

When I was a younger man, I used to think “If I had what that leader has, then I will be able to do what that person does and, ultimately, become that leader.” What I realized is that this is actually upside down.

I learned for myself who I intend to be. If I am approachable and charismatic, I can engage and attract others. If I am willing to fail sometimes, I will do whatever it takes to succeed in the long run. If I am scared, I admit it.

With that knowledge, I will communicate my vision every single day. I will learn from others and hold them accountable for their dreams. I will teach often and have high standards. In turn, they will teach others and we will have an even larger team of successful people.

I will choose my family. I will take time off and focus on my energy. 

The concept builds upon itself to create success.

When I become that person, I will have a loving family. I will have my health and my sobriety. Not only that, but I will be a part of the top Keller Williams Realty brokerage in the country—the company that opens the most doorways for others and helps the most people succeed.

With the “Be, Do, Have” mentality, I will have awesome relationships, choices, and very importantly, I will have fun.

The “Be, Do, Have” concept builds upon itself to create success. I encourage you to take the model and figure out who you are going to be, what you are going to do, and what you intend to have.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. As always, I am here for your real estate needs in any way I can help. I look forward to speaking with you.
 

 

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