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Dealing with pressures and changes in the real estate world

What's going on an expensive group? So this week I'm getting into the big shoes of "Entrepreneurs of the Week," thanking Lior on stage. So in a few words about me and us, I am a co-owner of Siftint, a company that has been operating for the past eight years in Orlando, Florida as a real estate agency for local and distant investors. This week I will start with a post slightly different from my regular content, the topic is dealing with pressures and changes…

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  1. Neta, I love your writing so much!
    Real estate is totally an emotional roller coaster, once you are in the clouds, and once your head is between your hands and your heart is pounding!
    Success does not happen overnight (and there are situations that do not always succeed), but the wisdom is to watch this roller coaster and know how to contain it, and most importantly learn from every little thing.
    There is no failure — but either success, or learning💪🌷

  2. As usual my sister wrote a wonderful and refreshing way of thinking and giving room for failure, even though everyone in the field knows that sometimes failure is no less important and the way is very important but agrees with you, it is important to make room for it too, as you called it profit line and look it in the eye. Thank you darling❤

  3. Stamp in time!
    The difficulties along the way are so many, to tell about success without telling all the bumps and the abyss that threatens it and failure, even if it is temporary or one-time, is to paint all this business pink.
    And when the bottom line is in front of our eyes, especially with investor money, it increases the serious pressure.

  4. Just yesterday I had a conversation about it. What part of.
    I totally agree with you about the bottom line thing but also think it takes a moment to look at what we learned from the whole thing. If we supposedly knew everything in advance then the bottom line is unequivocally the most important, but, if it's something we do first time (I for example work with bronze Manny Lander for the first time) then it's clear that along with the very important bottom line there is also a learning graph…
    It seems to me that even a veteran investor like you has a learning graph and it is true, for our investors this graph is not interesting but it seems to me that our way is also important.
    Besides - you're a cannon and what a stunning gain!

  5. Very very much identify with what you wrote, although the very doing and the way even if it is not a huge success as you wanted or planned it always has learning ☝🏻Each property I learn something new whether it is success or less successful and this learning and these lessons have led to other successes in transactions and assets others. Success can be expressed in several aspects not only in money it could be that the lesson you learned following a “failure” will bring you to a very successful deal that would not have happened if not as a result of learning from the failure. It's all in the eye of the beholder but we do not lose anything along the way in the eyes of only gain! Or money or a lesson that will bring money in the future. The very act of doing is a wonderful thing and fills in how much it is sometimes super duper hard. Keep up the good work and success in future projects and congratulations on the sales !! 🥳👏🏻🤘🏻

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