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Setting business and financial goals are essential for your success. But on the other hand, sometimes it can be beneficial to take a step back from crunching numbers, and instead focus on team building. On today’s show, we’re discussing how we use non-financial goals in order to reach our financial goals.

On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, Natali and I are sharing how training for a race is helping us improve our business partnership. You’ll learn about the importance of team building exercises, how setting goals together can strengthen your relationship, and how focusing on something outside of our business can help us reach our goals.

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • The importance of team building in a family.
  • Some examples of team building exercises you can engage in.
  • Why excuses are part of human nature.
  • What we intend to teach our children through setting goals.
  • Why the marathon was created.
  • How to approach competitiveness.

Episode Resources
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December 25, 2019

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