Perception determines reality. Which is to say, how you perceive the outside world becomes reality for you. You perceive through your senses, but your senses are often undeniably wrong. After all, if you listened to your senses you would think that the Earth is a flat, stationary object. You would vehemently deny that the Earth
Americans are losing their life's savings to big business. The only way you can reverse this course is to take charge of your own financial destiny. That means creating a residual income stream that would last for the rest of your life. What other option besides real estate could get you there the quickest? You
Have you had enough of real estate? Are you completely disillusioned about the state of our economy? Well, you are not alone. In fact, it’s not just real estate that has us spinning on our own axis at dizzying speeds. It’s our collective attitude about the state of our country, and to a lesser degree, the world. The catch word of today is “confusion and uncertainty” instead of “carpe diem” during the Baroque in the 17th century Europe. No one wants to seize anything unless it’s a bagful of cash and a free trip to Hawaii.
I mean your real estate past, present and future to be specific. We have all made the wrong decisions in our real estate lives. We did or didn't buy that property, sold in a bad market and lost money or bought at the top of the market and suffered for years, etc. The past for many of us is made up of "failures" or setbacks. These events shape our attitude in the present time and influence our future greatly.