Today we’re continuing our four-part series on how to excel in a constrained market with Part II: The Spiral Method. In case you missed it, Part I was all about rejecting a limiting belief system and instead owning core beliefs that will help you take new ground. Again, these concepts are simple, proven, and likely things you’ve heard before; my goal in revisiting them is to hopefully introduce a new way of looking at them so you can finally understand how to practically implement them into your business. As you’ll see, the Spiral Method’s five stages—goals, problems, diagnosis, design, doing—are applicable in every facet of your life.
Cited below for your convenience are timestamps that will direct you to various points in the video. Feel free to watch the full message, or use these timestamps to skip to topics that interest you most:
1:06 — Introducing Ray Dalio’s landmark work “Principles” and the Spiral Method
2:00 — A diagram of a thriving agent practitioner
3:04 — The boiling frog theory, and the importance of addressing problems in your practice
5:02 — The upward trajectory that the Spiral Method allows
5:38 — Wrapping up today’s topic
As always, if you have questions, concerns, or comments about anything from today’s message or real estate in general, please reach out via phone or email. I’m more than happy to hear about your particular situation and discuss these principles with you in greater detail.