Resistance to Change

“Achievement seems to be connected with action. Successful men and women keep moving. They make mistakes, but they don’t quit.”

~

 Conrad Hilton (Founder Hilton Hotels)

Knowing what to do to become a successful real estate agent is only half the battle. Acting on what we know we should do is the most important part of our daily lives. Successful people take action on their thoughts. Throughout the day, the week, the month and so on. Thoughts will come that you must take captive. You never know where the next idea might come from that will launch you to the next level in your marketplace.

Conrad Hilton had it right, and, without saying so, he eluded to the fact that just taking action towards your goals will bring YOU success. We do have to gauge our progress toward our goals and make course corrections along the way, but the most important aspect that Conrad had a fix on was movement or action. To succeed in becoming successful as a real estate agent, or in anything, you can never stop that forward motion.   

There is a law in physics that describes Inertia that I think is relevant for today’s article. Inertia is described as a resistance to change.
It’s also described as the tendency of a body at rest to remain at rest or of a body in straight line motion to stay in straight line motion unless acted on by an outside force. This is good news!

Not only does Inertia have a way of keeping you from making a change, it also helps you to continue changing once you’ve taken action toward your goals.

From the “Upper Deck” – Thanks for letting me Rant.

 “Try not to become a person of success but a person of value.”

~

Albert Einstein

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About Lance Berwald, Coldwell Banker Burnet

I am a real estate aspirant and scholar. Always seeking to learn more about an every changing world and industry. Come and seek the truth about life, real estate and what motivates us each and every day!
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One Response to Resistance to Change

  1. market1blog says:

    They make mistakes, but they don’t quit.

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