RG 257 – Eliminate, Automate, Then Delegate: Simplifying Your Business – w/ David Dawkins

Reed Goossens
April 28, 2021
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This week, we have David Dawkins with us to share his valuable insights into business development and all the nitty-gritty of it. In this episode, learn how you can achieve wealth through real estate, simplify your business as much as possible, and get into the right mindset to fast-track success.

David Dawkins is the founder and owner of Seven Bridges Realty Group LLC, a brokerage and proper management assistance firm that helps buyers and sellers make the most out of their investments. He is also the co-host of the podcast The Professional Investor, where he teaches others how to become full-time real estate investors and take control of their lives by mastering personal finances.

Through his own experience of working in the corporate world before going into real estate, David offers us invaluable advice on how to start investing when you have zero experience and are working a 9-5 job. By creating a business that supports other businesses, he has achieved a higher level of financial gain despite being a former executive-level employee in his old company—and more importantly, has created a means to build financial wealth on his own terms. Today, he is on a mission to share his experience-based advice with everybody.

Listen as we talk about the intricacies of building a business from scratch, including what kind of mindset that you should start with, how to make your business processes as simple as possible, and how you can downsize operational expenses as you grow. Furthermore, we delve into the importance of continuous learning in business development, and why you should learn to do things on your own first instead of taking shortcuts.

Key Takeaways:

  • Eliminate, automate, then delegate.
  • Simplify your business as much as possible.
  • Leverage technology to make your business processes easier.
  • Don’t be afraid to do things yourself when building your business.
  • As your business grows, your expenses should be decreasing as you take in more costs in-house.

Be Bold, Be Brave and Go Give Life a Crack!

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