30-Second Trick to Double Your Success in Real Estate Investing

by | BiggerPockets.com

Do you have a few seconds to spare? I’m betting you do, and this is definitely worth it!

What if you could DOUBLE your chance of succeeding in real estate—and your odds of crushing any other goal—by doing just one simple thing?

Related: The #1 Key to Success According to a Self-Made Real Estate Billionaire

Is “Life Getting in the Way” of Accomplishing Tasks?

Often times, day-to-day things that seem urgent (but are actually far from it) prevent us from working toward big picture goals. But there’s an easy way to stop wasting so much time on mundane tasks in order to direct your energy to way more important things.

By taking just a few seconds to jot a couple of things down, you’re nearly twice as likely to actually do whatever it is you’re trying to do.

How do I know? Science! That’s right, studies have proven this super simple action is extremely effective.

So, carve a few seconds out of your day, start doing this now, and watch your productivity shoot up!

Have you tried this? Does it work? What other simple tricks have made you more productive or successful?

Give this video a thumbs up, and leave a comment below!

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Brandon Turner

Brandon Turner (G+ | Twitter) spends a lot of time on BiggerPockets.com. Like... seriously... a lot. Oh, and he is also an active real estate investor, entrepreneur, traveler, third-person speaker, husband, and author of "The Book on Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down", and "The Book on Rental Property Investing" which you should probably read if you want to do more deals.


  1. Katie Rogers

    Lose the “this weird trick to lose belly fat” approach and I might give the podcast a listen. I would even be more inclined to listen without any tease at all. Just tell us what the “trick” is and we can listen to the elaboration on the podcast.

  2. Jason Verge

    I must say that this is one thing I do on a semi-regular basis. Quite often I make a list in the evening of the next days priorities and also for the week. I am 100% more efficient when I work off the list and always seem to accomplish more than expected. Also apply the same concept to setting reachable longer term goals and then setting new ones. Hope it works just as well for everyone else.

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