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Carlos Reyes Shares Insight on Achieving Success, Avoiding Burnout and Drawing Inspiration.

Learn how to reduce stress and dominate your day

Carlos Reyes is a Real Estate Mentor and founder of the prestigious firm, National Cash Offer. Over the years, Carlos has helped dozens of aspiring entrepreneurs to attain their goals and achieve success.

Today, we will learn the principles and virtues he applies in his life to help him succeed.

Carlos Reyes is a Real Estate Mentor and founder of the prestigious firm, National Cash Offer. Over the years, Carlos has coached dozens of aspiring entrepreneurs to attain their goals and achieve success.

Today, we will learn the principles and virtues he applies in his life to help him succeed.

Grooming successful habits

One key trait that most successful people exhibit is self-discipline.

According to writer Elbert Hubbard, Self-discipline is the ability to do what you should do when you should do it, whether you feel like it or not.

As an entrepreneur, you have to do things that you don’t find fun. No one loves waking up in the early hours of the morning to answer sales calls or sleep late at night, trying to perfect a skill. 

But once you build up the habit of self-discipline, all these obstacles suddenly seem like little steps required to help you achieve your end goal.

On his journey to the top, Carlos put in a lot of work to perfect his craft, and in doing so, he built up an enormous amount of self-discipline. This helped him complete the tasks he set out to do and, ultimately, achieve success.

Beating Stress

Stress is something we face daily, and the way we handle it can either make or break our chances at success.

To help reduce the at which he experiences stress, Carlos always plans his day ahead. He reviews the tasks are urgent and those that are less bothersome. After this, he sets plans in motion to complete them.

Another thing that Carlos recommends is taking a break from work. There are some days when the world seems like it’s crumbling down on you; calls from clients, obstacles here and there. To help curb stress, you should take a work detox. 

Try going on a vacation or hanging out with friends; these little things can make all the difference.

Drawing Inspiration 

Growing up, Carlos watched his mom work multiple under-paying jobs just to support her family and put food on the plate. 

This instilled the value of hard work into Carlos and gave him a source of inspiration. Someone to look up to and emulate; A role model.

“My mother was my inspiration; she worked in the fields of Arizona and worked at the airport. She was working long hours at meager pay, just to provide for our family,” Carlos says.

Till this day, Carlos applies the virtues he learned from his mother and has seen a tremendous amount of success. He is now a household name in the real estate industry and hopes to make more of an impact in the lives of upcoming entrepreneurs.

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