Your most important daily tasks as an investor

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Hey everyone,

I was wondering what other investors feel are the most important things they do on a day to day basis... AKA what are your highest dollar per hour activities? I think this might be helpful for both new investors (what do I need to be doing on a daily basis to progress in my investing career?) and experienced investors (what can I implement into my daily routine that could help me achieve greater results?). For example, here is mine:

1. Monitoring off-market lead channels (checking Craigslist, following up on direct mail calls, making prospecting calls)

2. Maintaining existing relationships (reaching out to brokers, wholesalers, and other investors to see how they're doing)

3. Creating new relationships (finding other investors in my market to speak with, going to REIA meetings, etc... if you're a NH investor, be sure to reach out!)

Bonus points if you can list what tasks you've successfully outsourced:

1. The actual writing of purchase and sale agreements (intern)

2. Inputting data into my CRM (intern)

3. Customization and printing of my direct mail pieces (intern)

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