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The Land Geek Weekly Digest

March 25 · Issue #367 · View online

A weekly newsletter to help you become a better land investor so you can create passive income without renters, rehabs renovations or rodents. Learn more at www.thelandgeek.com/training


T-Thoughts
“I think everybody should get rich and famous and do everything they ever dreamed of so they can see that it’s not the answer.” Jim Carrey
I was at dinner the other night talking to a young friend of mine that casually made a comment that his definition of success is having a lot of money in the bank and a high net worth.
My own kids talk about the big houses they want to own one day with all the toys to fill in it imaginable like cars and an indoor swimming pool and a huge game room.
I just smile and ask them to expand their definitions of success that might include other things besides stuff and money.
What’s so funny to me about these conversations is I was exactly like them!
It got me thinking if I have all the stuff and money that I’ll ever need and way more how will I know I’m successful? So here’s an incomplete list of things I want in my life to know I’m successful.
I know I’m successful when (an incomplete and growing list):
  1. I can work when I want, where I want, and with whom I want.
  2. Saturday and Monday are the same days.
  3. I have total control of my time and schedule.
  4. I only take on projects that fulfill me intellectually and spiritually.
  5. I’ve helped over 1000 people escape solo economic dependency.
  6. I have all the things money can’t buy: A fit body, a calm mind, a house full of love.
  7. I don’t self-soothe with distractions like work, social media, and television when uncomfortable feelings arise. I just feel them.
  8. I no longer care what people think.
  9. I don’t compare myself to others.
  10. I’m constantly investing in my self-development, mentally, physically, and spiritually to be the best possible version of myself.
  11. I enjoy all my relationships and quickly avoid toxic personal and business relationships.
  12. I live by the Golden Rule and when I inevitably don’t, I quickly make amends.
  13. I don’t blame, criticize or judge others harshly. I have compassion for everyone yet don’t let myself be taken advantage of.
  14. I take total responsibility for everything that happens in my life.
  15. I’m generous with a full heart to others with no expectations of reciprocation.
  16. I’m my own best company.
  17. Fear doesn’t stop me from growing into a better version of myself.
  18. I forgive myself and others easily.
  19. I don’t mind what happens.
  20. On my death bed, I’ll be surrounded by my loved ones and they’ll say I was a good ancestor and made a positive difference in their lives and others.
I’d love to see your “I know I’m successful when” list. Email me your list at [email protected]
“Hey, you. Yes, you. Stop being unhappy with yourself. You are perfect. Stop wishing you looked like someone else or wishing people liked you as much as they like someone else. Stop trying to get attention from those who hurt you. Stop hating your body, your face, your personality, your quirks. Love them. Without those things, you wouldn’t be you & why would you want to be anyone else? Be confident with who you are, smile, it’ll draw people in. If anyone hates you because you are happy with yourself, stick your middle finger in the air and say my happiness will not depend on others anymore. I’m happy because I love who I am, I love my flaws, I love my imperfections, they make me, me & ‘me’ is pretty amazing.” -Dandamudi Yesaswini
L-Land
This Week on The Art of Passive Income...
On this week’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott welcome Author, Trainer, and Founder of Amentora Inc, Robert Raymond Riopel, to the show.
Episode Notes
Robert Raymond Riopel is the best-selling author, and podcast host of Success Left a Clue. He is also the creator of the interactive web platform and app, AmentorA. Robert started his journey in personal development with guidance from strangers. This has led him to find his true passion for learning and teaching others.
During his extensive travels teaching around the world, he recognized that success has left clues everywhere. These are in the form of insights that people, like himself, have learned through experience and trial and error that they now pass on to those who follow, allowing others to bypass obstacles and obtain results sooner.
Listen in as they discuss:
  • Robert’s journey to success
  • The difference between being a manager and a leader
  • The difference between a like-minded person and a growth-minded person
  • Clues to look out for to live a successful life
“ Follow the system, get the success that has been proven by the system so that now have the success.” ~ Robert Raymond Riopel
Robert also shares the worst advice he has seen or heard given in his area of expertise to people who want to achieve success and improve their lives.
In This Week's Round Table...
On part two of the Art of Passive Income podcast, the Land Geeks welcome speaker, author, coach, and serial entrepreneur, Joshua D. Kalinowski to the show again.
Episode Notes
Joining Mark for this session are: 
  • Erik Peterson 
  • Teria Harris 
  • Mike Zaino 
  • Scott Bossman 
…and our special guest, Joshua D. Kalinowski! 
Listen in as the Land Geeks go around the table and ask Joshua questions about: 
  • The toughest hitter he has ever faced 
  • How does he leave the pain behind to move forward and reach his goals?
  • What are his eight (8) businesses? 
  • What has been the best advice that his father has ever given to him that has impacted his life? 
And, more!
G-Gratitude
This is awesome, Mallory! Well done!
Geeky Links!
Five Work-Life Balance Tips for Founders
You Actually Should Do Something That Scares You Every Day - RyanHoliday.net
Launching a Startup? 7 Keys to Making It Past the First Year - AllBusiness.com
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