How often do you spend time thinking? Do you purposely set a time for it? Did you know that it is beneficial for you when you have a “thinking time”? A time dedicated for you to think about life, family, goals, business, and more.
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In this episode, Whitney Sewell talks about why you should start having a thinking time. Whitney explains thinking time sparks thoughts and pushes our minds into finding ways to fix problems or to operate our business better. It also helps us think about how we can get out of our comfort zone and be better at what we do. Click the play button now and learn how thinking time can help you achieve success in your life, family, and business!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Whitney talks about thinking time
- Why do people need to set a time to think?
- How thinking time sparks thoughts and pushes our mind into thinking to find ways to fix problems or do better.
- Whitney’s advice to entrepreneurs or businessmen – cherish family time.
- Whitney suggests you can also include your spouse when you are doing your thinking time.
“It was through that thinking time, really with prayer, really contemplating…like ask where we are going. Where do we wanna be five years from now? And is this working? Is this best?”
“I encourage you as an entrepreneur or as a business owner, when you have family time, just cherish that.”
“Shutting that phone off is so crucial for that thinking time.”
“I want you to think about, are you spending time thinking?”
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About Whitney Sewell
Founder of Life Bridge Capital LLC, Whitney Sewell began his real estate investing career in 2009. Whitney’s passion is working with investors, helping them secure financial security via the exceptional opportunities that multifamily syndication offers. Whitney hosts the Real Estate Syndication Show, a daily podcast where he has now interviewed over 600 experts providing cutting-edge tools and strategies for the syndication business. Whitney and his wife, Chelsea, are on a mission to help other families through the process of adoption. They have personally endured the financial burdens that the process puts on families and have committed 50% of their profits to this goal. Whitney and Chelsea have three children by adoption.
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