So, in this episode, I want to share something I heard from Taki Moore. He’s a coaches’ coach. In other words, he coaches people who coach others. He recently talked about 3 different kinds of accountability.
Self accountability is when you make a promise to yourself. Think New Year’s resolutions. Not always successful, huh?
Coaching accountability is holding students accountable for meeting their goals and reporting back to you the numbers related to their real estate investing business. If they say they will make 5 offers a week, is it really happening?
Partnership accountability means that you and a friend hold each other accountable for doing something. Say, you and a friend/partner to commit to walking at 6:30 every morning. You don’t want to get up and go, but you do because someone’s going to be outside waiting for you.
Apply that to your real estate business. Work once a week with another investor, or 2 or 3 others. Sit down in the same room and make 25 follow-up calls each. You have to complete the task because your buddies/colleagues are right there. And you may learn something from hearing how others talk to their leads.
Listen and learn…
- Have you ever stuck to a New Year’s resolution?
- If you’re using a coach, take full advantage by being accountable to the coach
- Even better, be accountable to your peers
- Try partnership accountability to achieve your goals
Mentioned in this episode:
- Joe’s podcast on iTunes: Real Estate Investing Mastery Podcast
- Podcast Hotline: 636.255.8815
- Joe’s Coaching Program: Joe McCall Coaching
- New Wholesale Lease Options Webinar
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