#AskBP 057: How Can an Introvert Successfully Invest in Real Estate?

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How Can an Introvert Successfully Invest in Real Estate?

On today’s episode of the #AskBP Podcast, it’s time to get out of your shell and learn how to invest in real estate even if you are naturally a shy person! Brandon shares four tips for any introvert to find incredible success the real estate investing.

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Brandon Turner is an active real estate investor, entrepreneur, writer, and co-host of the BiggerPockets Podcast. He is a nationally recognized leader in the real estate education space and has tau...
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    Linda Weygant Investor and CPA from Arvada, Colorado
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Great topic and great advice. As a complete introvert who can fake extroversion on occasion, this was great. I like the whole discussion of competence. Competence does indeed invoke more self confidence which helps you to fake the extroversion. I also am an expert at conflict avoidance. I’ll take a conflict to email or text very quickly rather than having to deal with it in person or over the phone (which can make me shake and panic). I have a friend who is terribly introverted who is a college professor. Yep, she has to stand up in front of people and try to teach them every day. She says she wears her “professor mask” and she hides behind it and put for The Professor as a character in order to get through the introversion and it makes her very successful at her career. Thanks Brandon!
    Mimi H. Investor from Mountain View, CA
    Replied almost 5 years ago
    So true! I’m a closet introvert as well. I’ve always had to be an extrovert for many of my roles, and to @LindaWeygant’s point – knowing my strengths (and weaknesses) help guide me through those discussions for sure.
    Mark Lopez Investor from Cedar Hill, Texas
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Excellent topic on a subject that is more common than you might think. You could write an entire post on the subject. Good content as usual…