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30 Minutes longer enough, 3000 hours too short

June 30th, 2013 10:33 PM by Eric Fang

My mortgage loan volume used to be 3-4 times of
a good loan originator, even when I did not have
any processors helping me then. A lot of people
asked me how I could do that. In the blogs earlier,
I shared here that I used a lot of templates to help me
to save the time. And actually there is another way,
I completed lots of small "projects" within 30 minutes.

If we have 30 minutes, we can do lots of things.
A kid can play 30 minutes Piano in the morning.
Or finish one homework in the afternoon. For me,
I can run 3 to 4 miles in the morning; take a
30 minutes nap in the afternoon; or complete reviewing
my daughter's math homework. That's why I can
still run 120 to 150 miles per work even though
I am very busy.

In another term, we can plan for the long term future.

This weekend I talked to one client, and found that
he had very good knowledge planning for future of his
family. Even though the couple are young, they already
have more than 4 properties, they have umbrella policy
to protect them from the liability, and they already
have one life insurance, and plan to have a little bit more.
And also they are thinking about the living trust and will,
etc. Basically I do feel that they have a good plan for
the future(more tahn 3000 hours away).

Even though they just started to accumulate the wealth,
I know they will do great with a plan even though are young
and just started.

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Posted by Eric Fang on June 30th, 2013 10:33 PM



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