That is the beauty of author and top-performing agent Karen Briscoe s Real Estate Success in 5 Minutes a Day. You truly only have to invest five minutes a day to achieve amazing results.
One of the easiest ways to develop a new habit is to attach it to an existing habit. The new activity is particularly sticky when combined with one you enjoy. So pair your inspirational reading for the day with your morning cup of tea or coffee. By combining a new behavior with an already established habit, the established habit becomes the reminder. You don t even have to think about it. The new habit becomes effortless, as there is the automatic reward associated with it.
Make the decision now to become a lifelong learner and you will become one. Commit to the habit of reading one of the 365 daily chapters first thing every morning. And then identify one new concept to apply in your life and business.
Success thinking, combined with success activities and success vision, creates a sweet life that truly will transform your life.
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About the Author
Since 1977, HBC Group has sold more than 1,000 homes valued at over $1 billion. They consistently sell over 100 residential properties annually, ranging from multi-million-dollar luxury estates to condominiums and town homes. Primary market areas include Northern Virginia, suburban Maryland, and Washington, DC.
Karen began her real estate career developing residential lots with the Trammel Crow Company in Dallas, Texas. In Northern Virginia, she worked in commercial real estate with The Staubach Company prior to entering residential sales. Karen earned a Master s degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and received her BA from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri her hometown.
Through HBC Group, Karen and Lizzy launched Community Charity Champions to raise funds for local nonprofit groups and organizations and were awarded the Social Corporate Responsibility Award for 2012 by the Greater McLean Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Karen has been a board member for Lift Me Up!, a therapeutic horseback-riding program for children and adults with disabilities in Great Falls, Virginia, since 2006. Her family is actively involved at Trinity United Methodist Church in McLean, Virginia.