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Short Sale Frame Of Mind, How-To Is Not Adequate

By Chandler Man on 08/19/2010 – 8:40 am PDTLeave a Comment

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Today is frame Of Mind Monday and we have not had any recent legal action. So, it seems that, it is a good day. Today’s mindset lesson revolves around a friend of Fred’s who is trying to get a short sale done on the east coast. She asked some very incisive questions about what Fred would execute in her present state of affairs. He noted that he would be relentless and call every day. What Fred realized after the phone call was that she was searching for a How-to, but she could perform the How-to and still not get the deal closed.

Fred had a insight. It is not about what you execute, but it’s about your mindset behind what you execute. It is about what you actually believe at your heart. Brian Klemmer, a personal development guru, has a magnificent book called “If How- To’s Were Enough, We Would All Be Skinny, Rich, and Happy.” It isn’t about what Fred would execute in this state. It is about his frame Of Mind that he already sees the job as finished.

Your deepest commitment will amount to the product. Many times the short sale is not about escalating or stacking your folder in a precise order. If you decide to get the job done, no matter what the trouble is, you will do well.

Even though you might know a lot about short sales, the process doesn’t have to look the way you want it to look. If you find yourself asking how to do something, you need to step back from the state of affairs and ask why. You ought to recognize what your deepest commitment is in life. Everyone of us has competing commitments in life. For instance, Fred has a deep commitment to workout, but he also has a deep commitment to gobble chocolate. Depending on which commitment is deepest, the consequences will differ. So, recognize your deepest commitment and you will achieve the results from that commitment.

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