Forbes: Five Ways To Tactfully End Relationships That Hold You Back

3. De-prioritize unproductive relationships. When I started my real estate career after college, I quickly realized that the demands of my job were different than those of my peers’ jobs. If I wanted to succeed, I had to accept that my schedule, focus and...

8 Proven Habits for Ultimate Success

5. Go for ‘No.’ Everyone yearns to hear “Yes,” but the way you handle hearing “No” will make you great. Most people only set their sights on “Yes” targets throughout their day; they worry about hearing “No,” and feel deflated when it happens. But in trying...

Time.com: 8 Traits Successful People Have In Common

7. Tolerate ambiguity Successful entrepreneurs all have one thing in common: a high tolerance for ambiguity. While most people take paths that lead to predictable outcomes, entrepreneurs trailblaze their own paths toward destinations that only exist in...

Entrepreneur.com: 5 Ways to Get Your Time Back

3. Pre-qualify, have a game plan, and take inventory. Systems and structures are critical for staying on purpose, while remaining efficient and focused. First, pre-qualify like a boss. Learn scripts and dialogues that quickly get the information you need...

Entrepreneur.com: An Open Letter to My 24-Year-Old Self

6. Your past belongs on the shelf, not in your backpack. There’s a difference between living in the past and learning from it. Don’t dwell on your setbacks or your successes—both are fleeting. Keep looking for the next peak of your climb and “pack smart.”...