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dave lindahl says that Investors themselves often block the path to success with self-defeating attitudes, actions, and especially inaction, failing to “get out of their own way.” While intelligent investing is obviously a better strategy than ignorance, succumbing to “the paralysis of analysis” thwarts any chance of success. Steering a balanced course between the two poles of over- and under-thinking.
Focusing on Negative Experiences
dave lindahl says that Investors who focus on negative experiences and ignore successes suffer from a kind of tunnel vision that prevents them from seeing and understanding the big picture. Maintain perspective rather than allowing a single setback to inform your whole investment strategy.
Investing in Wrong Kind of Instruction
dave lindahl gives an tips in Investing time, energy and resources on the wrong kind of instruction is a common and costly mistake. Instead, pursue an education that teaches how to find success where others have failed, creating avenues for opportunity.
dave lindahl provides that an excessive greed can be an expensive attitude for investors. Wanting to maximize profits is only natural, but the price of stubbornly trying to squeeze every dollar out of a rental property could be a costly vacancy.
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