I conduct business planning meetings with my real estate agents every year. One tool we use is list of business building activites to choose from. Join a book club, call a friend, post a Craig's list ad, etc. Once they establish their goals we then formulate daily, weekly and monthly activities that focus on those goals. Can you give me some of your ideas? My goal is to get to 1000.
Frequent the same locations, eg restaurants. Eventually you end up on a first name basis with the employees, owner, etc.
We buy so much pizza at Papa John's that they often ask if we want the usual. My teens have a job any time they want one. It is part of local area networking.
Interesting that you feel a need to ask us how to help you achieve your goals, yet you teach others to achieve theirs
The property market during these times offers fantastic opportunities investmentwise for the medium term; are you approaching it that way?
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