Yesterday I met with another great friend of mine – it was a dream come true! His name is Adi and I went to elementary school with him.
We played basketball as kids and although we grew up in separate middle and high schools, I still had the great fortune of playing basketball with him later on in college. He is an alumnus of the University of Houston just like Paul and I.
Now, Adi is a Real Estate and Investment Sales Associate at KET Enterprises. As a very confident and outgoing individual, he has been a generous contributor of motivation and knowledge and I appreciate him as a team member.
Paul and I strive to stay connected with real estate investors especially and great thinking men and women alike who plan to accomplish outstanding things in their lives.
Adi and I met for lunch at a place called HS Green in Houston, TX. Its been a few months since the last time we hung out so I was very excited to grab a meal with him amidst our busy schedules.
We both ate a healthy salad and talked about life while I took copious notes. This post was created to highlight a few of the knowledge bombs Adi dropped on me (which I used to refine my thoughts and my actions to continue creating The DPLibrary). Those key points are below:
- Have a descriptive and visual end goal in mind before diving into creation.
- Take consistent MASSIVE action.
- Have a deeply defined purpose. Know WHY you are working on your project!
- If you are creating a project to serve others, understand that control and convenience are very critical in the customer experience because these ideas are programmed into our subconscious minds by society on a daily basis.
- Ask yourself these two potent questions when creating your project:
- Is this project something I would love to use?
- Is this project something I need, something I can get value from?