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The Land Geek Weekly Digest - Issue #373


The Land Geek Weekly Digest

May 6 · Issue #373 · View online

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“Trust is congruence between what you say and what you do.” - Peter Drucker
When my kids were younger I would take great pride in being a good father using my newfound freedom of time and flexibility to spend with my kids.
I would take them to the park and as soon as I got them situated in the sand box or on a swing I’d reach for my phone.
I’d call customers or respond to emails.
My kids would play and I’d “look” like a Dad with his kids at the park, but I was really working.
My behavior and my values weren’t congruent.
Do you tell yourself you’re going to build your passive income in the land investing business only to find yourself spending time on other pursuits?
If you aren’t congruent with what you claim you want, don’t beat yourself up. Just re-commit!
Often, it’s just a matter of total clarity of what you want and–more importantly–why you want it.
I want to grow my passive income to be able to improve my relationships, serve my community and eliminate all financial insecurity.
You may want to spend even more time with your family and friends.
You may want to devote even more time and money to charity.
You may want even more time to travel.
Whatever you say you truly want just be certain your actions are congruent.
Speaking of congruence. What’s better than a Mother’s love?
To all the Mothers out there…
Happy Mothers Day!
“I am sure that if the mothers of various nations could meet, there would be no more wars.”
— E. M. Forster
Talking Temptation: Buying Land in Fun and Exotic Locations
On this week’s roundtable episode, the Land Geeks discuss the pros and cons of buying land abroad.
 Joining Mark this week are: 
  • Mike Zaino
  • Erik Peterson
  • Tate Litchfield
  • Scott Todd 
You’ll want to hear where Team Land Geek is tempted to buy land internationally, if it makes sense to do those deals and what it means to stay in their own lane.
Do yourself a favor and stay laser-focused on what you’re doing and tune out “shiny object syndrome.” It may seem very simple, but trust the process and if you’re going to make any changes, only make small tweaks.
Rick and Tina, we’re happy for your success!
Geeky Links!
The Imperfectionist: Actually doing it
16 of the best ways to work smarter, not harder | Zapier
Overcoming Negative Thoughts: A Little Awareness Can Go a Long Way By Jasmine Randhawa
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