Biggest takeaway is a change in mindset from 'me' and what 'I' want to focussing on helping others and finding solutions to their problems.
I think habitually most of us born or likely shaped by society to be quite selfish, to always ask what's in it for me and I want this, I want that etc.
I don't think it's as black and white as that. You can leverage low interest mortgage loans to benefit from increasing house prices. When you have solid equity, if you really wanted to sell up and downsize to buy your home outright then you can, hand the difference back to the bank.
I think it's important to dress appropriately for who it is that you're addressing. In some circumstances, looking too formal could be counter-productive to your outcome.
In others, looking too casual might result in you not being taken seriously.
After years of renting I got really bored and irritated of:
a) paying off someone else mortgage whilst they also benefited from the increase in house prices
b) being 3 months away from not having a home [3 months notice in tenancy agreements]
c) not being able to make changes to my homes...
Hi all, Firstly great to be here during what is a challenging and exciting time in my life.
I’ve read lots of business, money, startup, self help / motivational books and Unscripted is by far the best book at lighting a fire up under your a$$ imo.
Have to say how important your ‘why’ is...
I’ve read lots of business, money, startup, self help / motivational books and Unscripted is by far the best book at lighting a fire up under your a$$. Have to say how important your ‘why’ is. I have a very strong ‘why’ that is driving me forward way beyond ‘passion’ and ‘interest’ ever could...
Send people a screenshot of problems you’ve found on their site(s) and link to case studies showing how you’ve helped people fix them.
In the subject line or on your call tell them, ‘there’s something wrong with your website’ and you can fix it.
Now you have something very specific to speak...