How To Set Yourself Up For Property Investing Success In 2018 – Part 4 of 4

Ok, we are now in the final stretch of our four-part series to set you up for property investing success in the next 12 months. If you are new to this, head to our website at and check out the first three parts before reading on. If you have reached this stage congratulations you’re almost there. So far we’ve gone through a review, designed your grand plan, and part three we set about brainstorming and identifying every task and action that needed to happen to make your grand plan a reality.

Now that you have put your posted note list from part three into a workable format, it’s time to allocate who is going to do a task by when. Now unless you’re a full-time property investor, you are going to need to balance these property investing activities with the rest of your professional and personal life commitments.

So on your next date night, bring your list with you and allocate who is going to do what by when. As you look down the list, be sure to also identify areas that you can leverage off to competent third parties, who can deliver the various tasks of your grand plan for you and be assign them a deadline for delivery as well.

Once this is done, it is time to decide what are the two or three key outcomes that you are going to deliver over the next 30 days. And write these down on one single piece of paper. Once you have your 30-day plan down on paper, and you are satisfied you can achieve it, you need to sign off on the plan.

The next step is to find someone to hold you accountable to achieving what you have set out in the next 30 days. Here is where a property mentor can be literally worth their weight in gold to you, helping you stay on track so you achieve your Grand Property Investing Plan.

A property investing mentor might also be able to identify things that you may have missed or haven’t considered which could potentially slow you down and cause you costly delays.

Over the next 30 days, your ‘job’ now is to implement your plan and manage any outsourced tasks and people to ensure everyone stays on track.

At the end of the 30 days, it’s time for another date night, where you review what’s been completed. You also review your Grand Plan, and decide on your next 30-day plan. And you repeat the process each 30 days.

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