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Rup Singh on How Every Change Starts with Having the Motivation to Change

We all want to manifest our dreams and desires, even if they seem too far out of reach. We wake up, we think about the things we wished we had, and then we go on with our reality that encompasses our present everyday scheduling. For many, we get trapped in this kind of thinking, figuring […]

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We all want to manifest our dreams and desires, even if they seem too far out of reach. We wake up, we think about the things we wished we had, and then we go on with our reality that encompasses our present everyday scheduling. For many, we get trapped in this kind of thinking, figuring that big, positive changes are only for certain lucky people.


The reality is, the power of your mind is much more formidable than you might realize. In fact, that brain in your head can help you make your wildest dreams and successful thoughts come true. But first, you need to believe it’s able to do that, and that you’re worthy of the change you want.

You need a catalyst or a spark to get this kind of new mindset thinking moving. It’s not exactly easy to shed an entire way of thinking in just a singular moment. You need to commit yourself to a strategy that is going to help you jump into a new kind of thinking in 2021. The good news is that strategy can be something as simple as focusing your time on motivation. Yes, self-motivating yourself can be all that stands between you and the future you want to create right here, right now.

What is Motivation?

Motivation is an internal force that propels your forward. It’s the desire, the push, and the commitment to make something happen, even if it seems difficult to actualize. Motivation is an abundant form of energy that exists inside all of us innately – but, it’s up to each and every one of us if we want to wield and kickstart that motivation. In order for something to have momentum, it needs to have an external force push it, first. Therefore, if you want to have a life filled with motivation, you need to exert yourself to push the plan into action.

No one knows this better than Rup Singh, an American real estate broker from Westchester NY. Known throughout the Big Apple for his $30 million total gross earnings as well as earning multiple real estate awards and being included in one of America’s Top 100 Real Estate Agents of 2019, Singh attributes his success to an innate motivation to work hard, be the best, and offer alternative options to his clients looking to find their own slice of happiness.

“Right now, more people than ever are migrating to Westchester out of the city,” said Singh. “I help them realize no dream is too big for real estate, which is why the urban sprawl is something I specialize in using social media marketing today. We’re living in tumultuous times right now, there’s no doubt about it. A little motivation can go a long way.”

Dreams Can Come True

Singh comes into the market and shows home buyers and sellers how they can go about marketing their home with the current climate. He works with them to take advantage of loans, luxury market attributes, and other opportunities. He sees the start of 2021 as a blank slate every kind of person can take advantage of if they really want to.

Of course, it starts with intrinsic motivation.For more information, visit: http://rupsinghrealty.com/.

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