When you get off to a bad start in life, it can sometimes feel like you were destined for defeat.
How do you overcome this?
Is it possible to live a happy and fulfilled life with what you’ve learned from your misfortunes? And what’s the way to personal and professional success?
In this episode, we sit down with George Cordova to talk about the power of a positive mindset and making it big in business with small steps.
You learn by waking up in the morning, going to work, putting in a hard day’s work, and doing that repetitively for a certain amount of time.
– George Cordova
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To start off, George talked about his background and how growing up without a father has affected his life.
Then we went on to talk about how it’s now more or less a practice to keep our children in a sheltered environment.
Afterwards, George shared his story about how he became an entrepreneur and what inspired him to start his own staffing business.
Then we talked about how some millennials can sometimes fall into the trap of instant gratification and are in danger of burning out.
George then told the story of how he was nearly incarcerated and it molded him into a different person. Then we talked about George’s real estate career and how he balances being a sales person with good and fair customer service.
We also talked about the challenges of staying on the spiritual path in your life, despite all the difficulties that the modern world presents to us.
Finally, George explained his thoughts on good debt and bad debt and how you can break even in your life.
We also discussed;
- Business failures on the way to success
- The dangers of starting your business too early
- Being an Alpha male, when you haven’t had one as an example in your own life
- Survival of the fittest as a principle
- Why expecting someone else to do everything for you is a problem
- The best way to help customers in real estate
- Living for the present day and not worrying about tomorrow
Not everyone has the fortune of having a good start in life.
Your childhood doesn’t define you.
Even if you haven’t had a good role model at a young age, you can always look to become one yourself.
Focus on your own personal strengths and on what makes YOU happy. Learn from your failures as well as your successes.
Surround yourself with people who will motivate you, not ones who will try to discourage you at every step.
Finally, focus on what’s happening in the now.
Improve your current situation, hold on to your values in the present day and that will make tomorrow much easier. Personal and professional successes are dependent on your own values, so as long as you uphold these and follow your beliefs, you will succeed.
George Cordova is a realtor and successful entrepreneur. He decided to get into the real estate industry in 2006 after purchasing some investment properties for his family. Prior to Real Estate, George worked in the management field since the age of 22 and has managed work forces from 30 to over 1,000 employees. His experience in managing people and teams has been instrumental in his success in Real Estate. George is excellent in his communication, follow up, and negotiating skills. It’s his firm belief that as an agent representing a buyer or a seller, it is very important to keep the client informed every step of the process. To connect with George visit his Facebook Page.
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