Week 6: Chris’s Unique Ability
As an entrepreneur, the goal should be to spend as much time as possible focused on the one or two things you are better at than anyone else, and build a team around yourself that complements your strengths so everyone can focus on what they do best. After 17 years in the business, Chris knows what he’s good at — and what he’s not.
ROOST’s property management service does the same thing for our owners. Whether they are full time investors or have full time jobs, our goal is to remove the distractions so they can focus on what they do best.
Chris’s unique ability is creating business opportunities and strategies designed to support and add value to the lives of real estate professionals and their clients. He loves working with clients and sales agents, helping them succeed, and working closely with franchise owners and partners, as they bring the ROOST brand to new markets.
Even in the darkest days of 2008 and 9, Chris never considered getting out of the business, or working for someone else. Nobody hates working under pressure with their back against the wall more than Chris – so the fear of working for someone else again drove him to figure this business out. Bankruptcy gave Chris a chance to start over, and he was determined to make the best of it.
Next week, I’m going to tell you about Chris’s real estate investment plan, and share a few of the goals, objectives and attitudes that helped him and his clients make their real estate investments really work for them.
For a free copy of the full book, A Real Estate Investor’s Guide to Profitability, email FreeBook@ROOSTRealEstateCo.com and we will send you one. Or download a free e-book version here: MakeRealEstateWork.com/free-book