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In both life and real estate investing, stress is inevitable. Most of the time, we tend to avoid stress and think of it as a limitation. But the truth is, stressful times present an opportunity for incredible growth.

On this episode of Investing in Real Estate, I’m sharing how to use stress as a way to improve. We’ll talk about how to strike a perfect balance with the amount of stress in your life, how to grow through your challenges, and more. Please join me for episode 483!

On this episode you’ll learn:

  • How humans are like grape vines.

  • The important role that stress can play in our lives.

  • What it means to have an optimal amount of stress.

  • How to take advantage of challenges in your life.

  • The two ways to react to pressure.

  • My experiences with growing through stress.

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June 16, 2019

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