Better Not Bitter

By February 4, 2017 Uncategorized No Comments
Last week, we discussed getting a plan of action in order to make real progress toward your goals.  But what do you do when you face a set back?   Life just has a way of throwing curve balls, especially when you have it all planned out.  Sometimes we miss a deadline, lose a deal, get told “No”, or just take a wrong turn.  Sometimes, a person leads us astray or lets us down.  These times are difficult, but they are also key learning opportunities.
Every set back, disappointment or conflict is an opportunity to learn.  When you take the time to consider, “what could I have done better?,” or “what can I learn from this?,” you will give yourself a head start on the next challenge.  This is how you get better.
The other option is to get frustrated and angry.  This may be merited, but it won’t give you any worthy result.  You can’t move ahead unless you are willing to learn and grow.  When you do, your challenges become smaller issues and you have fewer conflicts with others.  Basically, life gets better.  Who doesn’t want that?!!
Remember, get better not bitter!
For your reading pleasure
Denver foreclosure auctions are going online!  This is going to dramatically change the dynamic of the Denver housing auctions.  Instead of being there in person and giving a nod to other “regulars,” you now can bid from home in your pajamas… and so can everyone else in the country. This may increase the number of bidders significantly, but you still have to be able to pay in full by 5 p.m. the day of the auction.  Full details are on the Trustee’s website.
How do you build up enough passive income to become financially independent? Keep It Simple.  This real estate investor shares his story. It’s worth a read if retiring young and spending a year overseas traveling sounds like something you might want to experience yourself.  Ya know, if you’re into that sort of thing.
See you soon,
 Evania Ku
303 338-8000

QUOTE OF THE WEEK:  

“Nobody’s a natural. You work to get good and then work to get better”

~Paul Gallico

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