Show Notes: Episode #13 Massive Action Welcome to the Monday mindset edition of the Real Estate Investing Made Simple Podcast. In today’s episode, I talk about what it truly means to take massive action, and how it can lead to massive results. Tune in to hear my thoughts.
Welcome to The Real Estate Investing Made Simple podcast, the show empowering and educating people on how they can grow, manage and protect their wealth through real estate investing. Now, here’s your host, Bailey Kramer.
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Hello and welcome back to the real estate investing Made Simple podcast. I’m your host, Bailey Kramer. And this is the mindset Monday edition, where instead of talking about real estate, I talk about a mindset principle that you can immediately apply to your life. Today’s topic is massive action. When you hear the words massive action, what comes to mind? Is it buying a 200 unit apartment complex? Is it closing a big sale? Is it starting a company? The words massive action are two words that I struggled to understand. Not too long ago, I heard top thought leaders like Tony Robbins and Grant Cardone Talk about the idea of taking massive action. And I remember being super excited to make some big change in my life. But I was confused at the same time. I didn’t know what it meant to take massive action. I thought massive action was buying the 200 unit apartment complex or closing a big sale. After diving deep on the topic, I soon realized that the concept of taking massive action was much different than I previously thought. This will explain what massive action is and how you can use it to achieve massive results. There are two distinctions we need to make massive action and massive results. In the simplest form, massive action is the process of taking small consistent steps. massive action is all about the journey. It encompasses all the things you need to do to achieve massive results. massive action is all about consistency. Examples of massive action include having a consistent morning routine Calling X amount of clients per week, or underwriting X amount of deals per week. The difference between ordinary action and massive action lies solely in the consistency. If you have a morning routine for one day, or you underwrite one deal, that would be considered ordinary action. But if you’re consistent with the routine, then it is considered massive action. Remember, all massive action starts with a single action. On the other hand, massive results are the outcome that we achieve from our massive action. To achieve massive results, you must take massive action, which are just small, consistent steps. Examples of massive results include buying an apartment complex or making a sale. But remember, it’s the massive action that leads you to these massive results. A big misconception I often run by is people mixing up massive action with massive results. When people say they bought a 200 unit apartment Complex, people often think, wow, that’s massive action. But in reality that is simply the massive result that came from the massive action that the person took. Being a massive action taker isn’t a title you borrow. It isn’t a temporary title you receive for working extremely hard for a week straight and then getting burnt out. Being a massive action taker is someone who takes small steps forward, every single day in the right direction. And the best thing, anyone and everyone can be a massive action taker. It’s all in the small, consistent steps. Take a second to think about your goals. How can you apply the principle of massive action to achieve the massive results you’re looking for? Now that we know that massive results have a direct relationship with the massive action we take, we need to look at how you can implement massive action to achieve massive results. And remember, consistency is key. Follow these five steps in planning what massive action you’re going to take to achieve your massive results. Number one, write down a massive result you want to achieve. This can either be a short term goal or a long term goal. It can be anything from buying that apartment complex or making a big sale. Whatever it is, write that down is number one. Number two. Now write down three things you need to do every day or week to reach those massive results. In other words, these three things are classified as your massive actions. They can include tasks such as creating a daily morning routine, calling X amount of clients per day, posting X amount of times on social media, whatever it is that fits your massive results, write those down. And then number three, pick a time of day that you’re going to commit to doing the three actions you chose. Whether it’s in the morning or at night, middle of the day, pick a consistent time that you’ll follow up with and number four, get an accountability partner This could be a friend, a family member, or even a co worker. Whoever it is, make sure you decide on a consistent time to check up with one another to hold each other accountable.
Number five put your plan in writing, put it on your wall, your desk or wherever you will see it every single day. And number six is the bonus. Once you get settled into a routine of doing these three things, you can add more massive action items to the list. Remember, the most important piece to achieving massive results is massive actions. And now that you know that massive action is just small, consistent tasks you need to do daily, you are well on your way to achieving massive results.
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