Episode 32

32 - The Action Taker's Planner: Doing, Delegating, or Dumping Tasks

Episode Summary

In this episode of Get Real Wealthy Season 2, Quentin talks about talk about doing delegating or dumping part of the weekly plan in The Action Taker's Real Estate Investing Planner.

Quentin says that you need to identify tasks and get them done quickly. That is how you continue to achieve your goals. If you can do this every week, you get things done and you can get them done faster and easier, and you create systems around it. The idea behind doing, delegating, and dumping is identifying something that you need to do now. When you see a task, what are the things that you can get done now? The next thing is to go through the list and delegate. It could be to an employee, contractor, subcontractor, or new team member.

Delegation means that you get rid of that task off your list because you've delegated it to somebody else. The last one is different. Is it really important to have it on this list right now? It's crucial to be able to get the things that you want to do. In order to achieve your goals, there are tools that you can use to help you to do that, and The Action Taker's Real Estate Investing Planner is packed with such tools.

In conclusion, he says that every week, if you do, delegate or dump your activities, you are streamlining your daily process. That's really how you get things done off your list and through your daily and weekly plans.

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Quentin DSouza

Quentin D’Souza is a multiple award winning Real Estate Investor, and a trusted authority on real estate investing. He is an Ontario Certified Teacher and holds two university degrees, which includes a Master’s in Education. Quentin has appeared on local and national television and radio, interviewed in national publications, and has been a keynote speaker to large audiences of real estate investors. He owns a real estate portfolio in excess of $80 million dollars of assets under management across Canada and the US and transacted on 80+ properties since 2004. Quentin is the author of several books available on Amazon. He is also mentors real estate investors as the Chief Education Officer of the Education for Canadian Real Estate Investors and Durham Real Estate Investors Club.