Free for all attendees, but there is still one small cost, your time. To be educated, you need to spend time and dedication in learning something. Time is a commodity that for some, is very expensive. Given that time cannot be replaced, we have provided some tips that can help you get the most out of the time spent with us – one of the best property investment firms in Australia.
- Firstly, think about your long-term financial goals before you attend a workshop
- Next, consider your objectives for the workshop – this could be related to information learned, inspiration obtained or connections made
- Be sure to arrive on time and prepare to give your full attention to the presenter
- Take notes that you can review later, and:
- Review your notes after the event, perhaps over a coffee with someone
- Review your notes 7 days after the event, especially if you met someone there you can catch up with and bounce ideas around with
- Review your notes 1 month after the event, again, with someone who understands
- Then review one last time 3 months after the event – this process will help retain most of the information you that you had absorbed
- Ask a lot of questions about anything you can, especially regarding any points you don’t fully understand with Custodian team.
- Try to meet at least 3 people you have never met before
- When you met someone whom you think may have a mutual benefit in nurturing a relationship with you, make a time to meet for coffee to review your notes
- Once the workshop has concluded, create a plan to implement some of the action points in your life – Contact us if you need Free Strategy!
- Commit to your plan and implement your strategy – simply, just do it…
- Review the results of your action plan, then attend another workshop as soon as you can. It’s like ‘Rinse and repeat’.
And there you have it – These 10 tips are designed to get the maximum value from your time investment at a Custodian workshop. We hope you find something that will give you the confidence to earnestly seek your goals. Remember, no rewards come without hard work.