Jan 14, 2019
I am passionate about helping new and experienced real estate investors grow their real estate portfolios and build a passive income lifestyle that gives them greater financial options and opportunities. My vision is to empower people by educating them on financial options.
Over the last nine years, I have built my own real estate portfolio to over 520 doors with a value of $60 million. I focus on long term buy and hold, apartment buildings and multi-family units. While I continue to add doors to my portfolio (I added another 85 in 2018 alone and have another 87 under contract to close shortly), my focus is on training others to do what I have done.
I am a real estate investment coach. Multiple Ways to Wealth is a training, education and membership organization for real estate investors that I have developed. It is based on my experience, knowledge and training.
I provide training, coaching and educational resources. Through my programs, I share my real-life experience and practical knowledge. I give those in my programs access to my network of successful real estate investors to learn from their knowledge and experience.
My specialty is finding the money. I know how to find, attract and keep investors happy. I help my students attract the right investors so they can add hundreds of doors to their portfolios by investing with joint venture partners.
Living the life you desire takes work. I am a firm believer that with the right mindset and the best training we can solve our biggest problems to live the life we deserve.
Hey, hey. It's Edna Keep here. Welcome to the seven figure real estate podcast. I'm your host. I hope you enjoy the episode.
Hey, good morning and Edna Keep live from Regina, Saskatchewan for mindset Monday. Just to take a couple of minutes and talk about our event that we had here this weekend in Regina. It was so good. We did a creative financing workshop and my mentor and very first coach when I started investing in real estate, Shelly Hagen was here as my partner, so it was so good. She, she has a fresh perspective on everything because she's in the trenches every single day and she does lots of really different stuff. So, it's really interesting to hear her perspective and it, and, and you know what's really cool for me is that now I get to stand on stage and work beside her instead of, you know, learning under her for so long. So, I really, really liked that. I think that's so cool. So, we had a full day. We had a full house. I think we had thirteen students in there and we'd like to keep the workshops fairly small because we do a lot of one on one time with them. So, we gave examples of creative deals that we've done. We asked for audience participation of creative deals they’ve done. There hadn't been a whole lot because some of them were fairly new, although we did have one student in the crowd that was working on a pretty creative deal. And then after we came back to our house and ordered pizza and spent the whole evening here networking and hanging out. And that's another big thing that I find so cool. You know, I absolutely love these events. I love hanging around with likeminded people. I love being answered and asked questions about what we've done and, and I'm inspired every day by people who are just starting out because I remember being in that position years ago when we were just starting out and everything was so scary, and we didn't understand anything. We were looking for guidance the whole way. And thankfully we had people that stepped up and guided us. So, we're very happy to, to guide people back. I thought that's just so powerful of a position to be in.
So today we're going to talk about mindset in a little bit different perspective and that is do you have a fixed mindset or growth mindset? And why does it matter? So, people with a fixed mindset, they'll say things like, “That's the way I've always been, I can't change, I can't do things differently. I'm not good at math. I can't, I won't be able to analyze a building,” or it might be “I'm good at sales, but I'm not good at book work.” So, the growth mindset is “I'm good at sales,” and the fixed mindset is I can't learn how to analyze a building. So, I'm here to tell you that you can change from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset. And you know, all of us have a mix, a fixed mindset in certain things and it doesn't always matter. I do strongly believe that we should not limit ourselves by saying we can't do things till we've tried, but I also believe very strongly in working within your strengths. So, if your strengths are not analyzing the building and negotiating the deals or are all the different parts, maybe managing the properties, then team up with somebody who's good at that kind of stuff. You should still have a basic understanding of it so that if you need to, you can look at the numbers and figure it out. I don't mind analyzing the numbers. I've done it for years and years, but when the students were working on a deal, I make them analyze it and then send it to me. I don't analyze it for them because that's, that's taking away their power by doing that. I'll look at it and point out if they're missing something or another way to think of something if that's the case. But definitely help them think about how they can figure this out. With a fixed mindset a lot of times people, they get in their mind that they can't do anything different. They're scared of failure and they would rather not do something and fail at it, then do something and perhaps succeed at it. They'd rather not do that step because then they feel like a failure.
Well, one of my very first mentors when I was learning sales because I don't have a background in sales. I was an administrator and receptionist and all this stuff that there's no real sales ability in that kind of stuff and I learned. I took a course one time through a fellow called Tom Hopkins and he was a master salesperson and he was a realtor actually, but that wasn't how I got introduced to him. I got introduced to him through a network marketing company that I was in a primary A R Williams at the time. But anyway, it was a weekend workshop. And one of the things that they had us memorize over and over and over again in, in all different ways. But it was saying to ourselves, “I never see failure as failure, but only as a learning experience.” So, I'm going to suggest that you do that too. So, don't see failure as failure, but only as a learning experience. So, if you learn from something that didn't go right, then it's a learning experience. It's not a failure. And we've had plenty of those I also call it education expense, you know, because sometimes we've paid for staff and found out after we got in that it wasn't for us, it wasn't the way we wanted to do business. It was people did things differently than we were interested in doing. And so, we would just back up. But you know what? You spend your money and you've committed to it. So, you have to make that choice. You can either continue following something you don't agree with until you get all the nuggets that you can get out of there or you can walk away. I don't consider that failure. I just consider that “Now I know that that's not the person I want to follow. Now I know that that's not the business model I want to follow.” Was it still worth it? Yeah, sometimes it was overpaid, but you know what? Yeah, that's a way to think of it and so I think for years now we've had a pretty positive growth mindset. There's always things that we're learning. I'm always signing up for new courses. I know people around me are like “Oh my gosh, I don't know how I can do so many courses,” but you know what? You don't have to do the course from A to Z. If there's things in there that you already know, that you already do consistently, then skip that part. Go to the part that resonates with you and that you can really learn from.
For example, in my ninety day to five k course, I've had people come along who were just working on something else and they'd totally did their vision already, so they hadn't done it. They hadn't answered the questions in the exact way that I asked them. It doesn't matter. They already had a vision done up. It hadn't changed. So, they just sent me that vision. They said, “Is that okay Edna?” And I go, “Absolutely.” You don't have to go from scratch if you just, you know, two weeks or a month ago or even last year and your vision hasn't changed. You don't have to start there. I might have a different twist on things. So, you know, I'd recommend listening to it, but it doesn't mean that you have to do absolutely everything. Same with if you know how to analyze an apartment inside and out and you don't need help with the numbers, then why listen? I might have a different take on it, but if you don't need that part and then go to the part about raising capital or whatever works for you. So that's one way that I get a lot done is I don't feel like, and same with a book. I don't feel like I have to read it cover to cover. If there's something in there that points out to me that I need to learn, that I will go specifically to that chapter. If I find that chapter is confusing for me then I might back up and see what part I'm missing that I'm not getting out of that chapter. But I might already know that the majority of it read that one chapter and I've got everything I need out of that book. So, there's a little shortcut for you don't have to absolutely everything on every single course you sign up for.
When I was training with Ray Higdon, he's very much focused on network marketing, but he had a lot of stuff that I was able to use in the real estate world. So, and when I was coached with him, if there was live webinars that we're one hundred percent on recruiting and stuff like that, I didn't attend, I didn't find that useful. If he was doing something on Facebook lives or how to do videos or how to write up blog posts or different stuff like that, then I would go on to that part so that that's what I suggest to, you don't have to listen to absolutely everything to get something from someone.
Terry says, “He definitely has a fixed mindset.” What makes you say that? Do you feel like, “Oh my gosh, this is the way I've always thought I'm stuck there.” Is that kind of what you think? Pat says, “I think I still have a growth mindset.” You know what? I know you, Pat. You absolutely have a growth mindset. You are always thinking outside the box and ahead of your times, so it's absolutely amazing. And Terry says, “Yes. That's how I think.”
So, one of the examples that I give for a fixed mindset and a little exercise that gets you to think differently is you maybe could say something “Like, well, you know, I'm not, I've never drove a car. I'm so nervous. I just can't. I'm just going to just be the passenger for the rest of my life. I can't learn how to drive. There's too many things to think about.” You know what I'd suggest you saying is, “You know what, I've never driven a car. I've never been good at driving a car.” Whatever comes up for you. But you know what? If I'm going to hire a driving instructor, cause there's a ton of people out there never driven before and now they drive like nobody's business and they talk on the phone and they're looking over their shoulder and they're never getting an accident. So, it's absolutely doable. So, think of something that you might have a fixed mindset about. “I can't skate. I never liked the taste of wine,” you know, whatever. And then, and try it, you know, try, try different kinds. You might find vegetables, that's a big one. How many people do you know that say, I hate vegetables? “I'm never eating vegetables.” Well, you know what, it's been a proven fact and this one’s for my little brother Darwin. This is a proven fact that vegetables are good for you. There's so many good things in vegetables that you should eat them. So maybe it's just a mindset thing that you've talked yourself out of for years and years. “I don’t like green stuff. I don't like Broccoli. I don't like,” you know, whatever you, you fill in the blank and then try some, maybe try them cooked different ways. I know when I was a kid I didn't like Broccoli because every time I ate it, it was like slimy and overcooked, and, you know, so then as I was older, I have avoided it a lot, but then I found that there's different ways I like Broccoli. I love it in a salad, not cooked. I also like it in Chinese food where it's just barely cooked. So, it's still firm, it's not soggy. So, I learned a way to like Broccoli because I know it's so good. Do I eat it every day? Absolutely not, but I don't eat anything every day. So, try it. You might find that you like it, that that's a fixed versus a growth mindset. It might be, let me see if I can think of some other things here. Some people believe that not trying beats failure and that's definitely a fixed mindset. So, go for it. Do it. You know, I tease my students all the time, you know, like I'm waiting for homework here and, and, and, and not just teasing. I'm serious. You'll get your best bang for your buck if you do your homework. And I'm, I'm still waiting for some people's homework for, for the modules that they're working on. So, this is a reminder if I haven't got them, you're cheating yourself. You're not cheating me. I already know this stuff. You're cheating yourself. Work on it. Yes. It could be hard. Yes. It could make you think differently, but that's a good thing, you know?
Oh, thanks for all the hearts here. I'm loving this and Oh, I see. I got a couple more people joined on here. Terry says, “I'm reading the book, the fifteen invaluable laws of growth. So, I'm hoping this helps me along as well.” You know what it will and any books like that. And if you're not a reader, wow. There is a ton of YouTube videos out there. This morning I listened to two from Esther and Abraham Hicks. Amazing. I love listening to them. And you know, what, three, four, five years ago, I couldn't listen to them. It wasn't resonating with me by now it's resonating. So that's another thing is don't say, “Oh, that doesn't fit with the way I think,” I would just say, “I like the way they think. I'm not there yet. I have to revisit that later on.” And now suddenly I'm loving it. I'm reading a book called “The Law of Attraction” by them and it's amazing, but I'm just coming at it from a different perspective where it fits into my life. So, you can do that too. Some people believe that you're born with intelligence and talent and you cannot create it through hard work and effort. That's a fixed mindset. A growth mindset is, “I can figure it out.” And like Shelly mentioned this weekend, she got into entrepreneurship after being a government employee for years and she just went in with the mind “I can figure it out.” So that's a real growth mindset. I can figure it out. So, if it's something you struggle with, stick that on your mirror on a little sticky note and say to yourself over and over again, “I can figure it out.” It might be. I know John Cron was saying one day that he was, I think it was building something, I can't remember exactly, and he got to bid on a job that he wasn't one hundred percent sure how we was going to do it. And, and he's not the only one I've heard this from. I've heard it from other people. I bid on a job, didn't have a clue how it was going to do it, but I just thought to myself, I can figure it out. That is a good growth mindset. And you know what? Sometimes you have to force yourself into situations before you know everything.
I'm working with a couple right now who are working on a twenty-four unit offer and they don't know everything but they're great. They're asking every question that they can think of that comes up, and they're questioning things that they're realtors doing. And you know what? That's a great growth mindset. They're not willing to just sit back and take everybody's word for it. They're figuring it out and you watch, there'll be some good things happening there.
Growth mindset, people know that you have to work the hardest for the things you love the most. Now, this is another reason why it's so important to really work on something that you love. If you're working in a field that you don't love, then don't spend a ton of time studying to try to get better at it. It's probably not your best bang for your buck. Maybe you start figuring out, “How can I do something I love every single day and get paid for it?” You know, and you put it out to enough people and enough times that eventually people just start listening to you. And you're going to get offers coming your way. There's going to be opportunities that come your way that you didn't get six months ago. So, think about that. Growth mindset people also value what they're trying to accomplish regardless of the outcome. Like I've taken courses thinking I'm going to learn this and I'm going to nail it and I'm going to be so good at it and I get to the end of the course and go, “I didn't really enjoy that very much. I'm just going to hire somebody who will do that for me.” You know, marketing's one of those things. I believe in the value of marketing, but whenever I go to study it or read a book on it, it's like it's like pulling teeth. I'm just not that interested in all the nuances on it. And then, and so if you hire people that love to do that, you'll get better results. Now I'm still learning and understanding it more and more so that I can give proper direction and stuff like that too. But sometimes in the meantime, you just have to work with people you know, like, and trust and make it work for you. Growth mindset people believe in human development. They believe that everybody can get better at what they want to get better at if they study it and focus on it enough. Growth mindset people too, don't try to prove they're better than others. It doesn't matter to them. You know, like how smart would I be if I started trying to prove to my marketing team that I was smarter than them? No. I can question things they do from a questioning point of view. That's okay, but why would I try to prove I'm smarter than them? That just, that's like cutting off your nose to spite your face. So, yeah. and keep that in mind when you're working with that, with the coach or manager and they're telling you things, it doesn't mean you have to do absolutely everything their way. It just means to listen and then use what you can out of it. Louise says, “That's so true about figuring it out. That's how Bill Gates started with his contract for software.” You know what? Absolutely. Some of the most brilliant minds are or they seem like brilliant minds. They're just the people who are going to give it a shot, you know, they're just going to give it a shot. They're going to see what they can do with it.
Another thing that growth mindset people do is they surround themselves with like-minded people. That's so important. You know, just sitting here Saturday night after the event, visiting with people and talking like you know, they're having people brainstorm together. I was listening to my husband and Travis brainstorm about something and all of a sudden ideas are popping into both of their heads that they hadn't initially thought about. Well, how powerful is that? You get around like minded people and you don't limit those thoughts. If you're with people who are not like-minded, you're screening every thought you have because you think I'm going to be judged. What are they going to think about that? But you know what? They worked at it together and came up with some really brilliant ideas on how they could make certain things work. So, it was, it's cool to watch that too. They're also very self-aware.
Harry says “Growth mindset gets you out of your comfort zone. People with growth mindset get slapped around and the harder you get hit the more it hurts, the better you're prepared to tackle the next one. Optimism. We're grownups and always remember you'll reap what you sow.” Absolutely. That's so, so true. Thanks, Harry. Anyway, being self-aware. So, if you notice right now that there are ways that you think about fixed mindset like “I can't do that. I've always been that way. We inherited, we inherit being heavy in our family. All of our whole family members heavy, so I'll always be heavy.” Those are fixed mindset things. Yet you might have larger bones and people I absolutely agree with that. You might not have the tiny thin frame. I agree with that. But there's, there's things that you can do. There's lots of big-boned people that are slim, so keep that in mind too. So, being self-aware, knowing the difference between fixed and growth, that's a step, you know? And if you could say, “What's my fixed mindset reaction when I hear something and then that's something I could change it to being a growth mindset?” So that there's an exercise for you to try too.
Growth mindset people are able to move forward with confidence, grounded in facts rather than build on fantasies about talent. There's certain talents that are that are inborn. Like you might think Michael Jordan was born to be a basketball player. Well, you know what? He got cut from the basketball team, I believe it was in grade nine and he was good there was no doubt about that. But there was things he was missing, and he practiced and practiced and practiced till he got to where he is. Yes. So, if it's something you love, you'll put in that practice. If it's something you're kind of wishy-washy about, you won't put in that practice. So again, back to getting to know what you love, getting to know what's there for you and always going forward.
Growth mindset people are always looking to brighten and expand their minds. They love being around other growth mindset people trying out things. I was listening to a or reading blog posts by Dean Grasiozi the other day and he was hanging out with Tony Robbins and Tony Robbins says, “Hey, do you want to go in the house and get in the freezer?” or something like that. I can't remember the terminology. And he's like, “Oh, whatever, you know, Tony's doing it. I'm sure it's safe.” And he gets into this a cryogenic machine, I think it was called. And he sat in it and it was like freezing cold and Toni says, “Get in here once a day,” and he's going like, “Oh my God, this is like two hundred and forty-five degrees below zero, what am I doing?” And his head was outside the thing and Tony says, “Get your head in there too.” And he says, “Oh,” so he dunked in. And then he said after he was feeling so amazing that he went out and bought himself one and he showed a picture of himself sitting in it. So again, if you're with a mentor and you trust them, try what they say. And you know, there's a reason for it. We're, we're still trying to figure it out yesterday, how they didn't just get frostbite on their skin and stuff. But again, don't be scared to try new things. It's not easy to embrace what's previously felt threatening, like a challenge, a struggle, criticisms or setbacks. But it is important to understand that opening yourself up to growth is what makes you more of yourself, not less of yourself. And yes, you can change.
So, I'm going to give you a story that probably many of you heard before, but it's very fitting here. So, I want you guys to think about it. So, an old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. A fight is going on inside. He said to the boy, “It's a terrible fight, and it's between two wolves. One is evil. He's angry, envious, sorrowful, regretful, greedy, arrogant, self-pitying. He faces guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority and eagle. The others. Good. He is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith. The same fight is going on inside you.” He said to his grandson “and inside every other person too.” The grandson thought for a minute and said to his grandfather, “Well, which wolf will win?” And the grandfather says, “The one you feed.” So, our thoughts are usually our own worst enemy. And if we let them be, and you know, if you learn to control your thoughts, you learn to control your life. If you have the thought of a specific desire, go for it. It might be a different desire than you've ever heard anyone else do. It doesn't matter. Be a pioneer, it doesn't matter. Think about how you might be feeding your negative thoughts by allowing them to rule your mind. And how can you change that? Next time you have a negative thought catch it ask yourself, which wolf am I feeding? Am I feeding the negative? “I feel sorry for myself, not taking responsibility for myself. It's someone else's fault.” Am I feeding that wolf? Or am I feeding the wolf that says, “I can do this. If Edna can do this, I can do that. If Joanne can do this, I can do this.” Hi Joanne.
Hi Brenda. Brenda says, “Getting more comfortable with being uncomfortable, knowing that's where growth happens.” That's exactly where growth happens. Growth happens outside your comfort zone and like it doesn't have to be a hundred and fifty steps outside your comfort zone. If you're terrified of public speaking, you may not get on a Facebook live, but maybe you start talking to somebody at a party who looks as uncomfortable as you, you know, and maybe start to help them feel less uncomfortable. So, you know, there’s steps that you can do. Just take a little step outside your comfort zone and realize that you know you're not going to fall off the face of the earth and then another little step and each little step eventually becomes a comfort zone again. So, try that and see if it'll work for you.
So, here's, here's a little exercise that I want you to think of. Identify a dilemma that you're having in your life right now. Whatever it happens to be. What's your very first reaction? Your fixed mindset reaction? You know what, it may not be that your first reaction is a fixed mindset reaction. Maybe you initially have a growth mindset reaction, but then you backed up and have a fixed mindset reaction. “Who am I to think that way? Who am I to think I can do that? Who am I to think I could get on and do a Facebook live? And how actually young people listening to me and liking and commenting on it.” Now create a growth mindset solution., I find it very easy to do videos nowadays. I can talk for a long time and lots of times I get way past what time I think it should be and I can't check on my phone what it is. So yeah, so it's ten thirty. I can talk for half an hour and just about always, I'm looking at my clock thinking I must've talked for half an hour already. And then I think on my Friday coaching, I started to turn off at about ten thirty and then I got a couple of questions and came up with a couple more topics. And this thing, I know it's five to eleven so it's it, it just gets easier the more that you do it. And don't be scared to write yourself notes if you're not sure that you're going to remember everything you want to talk about or if that's not a strength of yours, have your team write out notes. This growth mindset is in one of my modules, but my team, they keep track of what I talked about last week and then I don't have to. Isn’t that cool? And they write me up and they say, “Hey, let's talk about growth and fixed mindset today.” And then they write you some notes of some things maybe that they've heard in the Facebook group. People are questioning, or maybe it's questions they have themselves or just things that they think about when they're going through the material. So, identify a dilemma in your life right now. What's your fixed mindset reaction? What's your growth mindset solution? And bring your results back with you next Monday to share with us or post them on comments in this video. I'd really appreciate that. And you know, maybe there's some ways that I can help you get past some of your fixed mindset thoughts and stuff like that.
And just as an ending here, I just want to recommend if you guys are looking for a good book to read and, and like I said, I believe I read this book for five years going, it didn't really resonate with me. So, you may read it and think that it's not resonating with me. You don't have to finish it, open it up, start it and, and it's “The Law of Attraction” by Esther Hicks and it's about manifesting your desires and it's about understanding that our desires are different than everyone else's and that the universe is conspiring to send you your desires as long as you can maintain focus on it. So, read that book. You can get it as an e-book. I don't know if it’s free or very, very cheap. I have a program that I bought through Amazon that I spend like nine ninety-nine a year on I think it is. And there's a whole bunch of Kindle books that you can get for free. And I think you can get like ten e-books at a time. And then if you go over your ten they'll just ask you to return one, kind of like a library. Right. And my membership has nine ninety-nine a year. Now you can't access every single book through there, but you can access a ton of books. And if you get a name of a book that resonates with you and it's about something like maybe habits or something, then just go into that area and see if you can find a book by somebody else about habits because there's stuff that's, that's free. And, and they had a lot of it is the same.
Terry's asking, “Esther who?” Esther Hicks. Her claim is and it's kind of different. It's kind of odd if, if you don't mind I say so. Some people find it's so natural, but she claims that Abraham speaks through her and that a lot of this stuff is just coming right from the universe and she's just a catalyst. So, I find it really interesting now, like I said, five years ago, I wasn't there. I read about it, I tried to practice it and it, and it was just difficult. Now it's getting to be a lot easier. Same with my power hour. I've tried to do that for years and years because I've heard so many people do it and I would, you know, be consistent here and there and fall off. And still trying to be more and more consistent every single day doing that. And one of the things that actually she suggested today that I wrote down, I thought this was really interesting. So, she says, “If there's four main things that you can do every day to attract what you want into your life.” Anyway, the four things that she recommends that you do every day is meditate for fifteen minutes. That just sits back, try to clear your mind or let thoughts come into your mind and just let them go do that for fifteen minutes every day. Another thing she says is to go outside and move around in appreciation and talk out loud. And she says, what she does is she goes through her garden and she tells every plant, I love you best. And every frog I love you best. Even if you kept me awake all night last night. I thought it was kind of cute anyway, and I'm thinking, I'm not going to probably go outside and wander around in the winter, but then she did have another suggestion after, and then she says, “Every day, writing a book about positive aspects of your life.” She says, “Fill five pages about five different parts of your life every day.” And, and what that does is it puts you into a state of gratitude and that's a good place to be working from every day.
And then number four was look upward and outward by a window or be outside, whichever one is easier for you when it's forty below I know I'm going to be the one by the window. Acknowledge their universal focuses that are directed one hundred percent on you. Ask the universe for what you want and then just expect and believe that you're going to get it. Don't be the person that asks every single day for the same exact thing because you'll just be that annoying person, but just really start to think about what you really want and be clear because if you're not clear, it's hard for the universe to send you anything. But that was an exercise I thought was kind of cute. I wrote it down, so we'll see how, how good I get it.
Marco says, “What was the name of the site for books to read?” You know what? I just get it on amazon.ca and you can go there, and you sign up for, I think it's called unlimited kindle reading if I remember correctly. And like I said, if you pay nine ninety-nine a year, you have access all year to however many books you can read. And, like I said, not every book that you want to read is in there, but there's a ton of them that are, and it's almost like a library. You can take I think ten at a time and if you're over your ten, it asks you to return one. So, if you're not reading one return it, you can always go back and get it, you know, again and again. There's a few I like to keep on there. I use for references for stuff like this for my free coaching Fridays and that sort of thing.
Thank you very much for being on with me. I got a lot going on today. My marketing teams coming over and we're going to be shooting videos. So, be watching for them. They're going to be coming out soon. Oh, and Amanda, you're so efficient. You just amaze me. This girl, when Shelly and I were sitting here working on our presentations and Shelly wants to put her amalgamate her presentation with mine and I start trying to do it myself and I'm not good at that kind of stuff. And I just wanted to visit with Shelly and have a glass of wine. Amanda says that she's going to be working all night. Let me send it over to her and see if she can get it done. And you know what? She got it done it, you know, she was feeling bad that she didn't get it one hundred percent done. It was a way, way, way better than we would have done and we're very happy. We ended up with more stuff than a then we need it. So, it was a great, great, great day. So, thank you so much. And yeah, so this is efficiency. I ask, and I received right on there. Beautiful.
OK. Anyway, I'm going to sign off cause I'm, I'm past my half hour that I like to keep it in. Thank you so much for coming out. Join me again next Monday. And again, free coaching Friday all about what we're doing in the real estate market. Come with your questions and answers. If you have anything in the meantime that you want me to talk about, let me know and we can incorporate it in. And Amanda says, “Thank you.” Well, you know what it’s so true Chandelle and Jason you guys are amazing. I couldn't do what I do without you, so thanks so much and thanks for coming on too. So, we'll see you all later. Bye Bye.
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