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Harma Hartouni of Harma Real Estate, speaks with Dave M. Lukas, host of the Misfit Entrepreneur Podcast about two success principles from his book, "Getting Back Up"; 'Don't let unsolicited advice effect your future', and 'Give all losses a 5-minute funeral'
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Harma Hartouni of Harma Real Estate, speaks with Dave M. Lukas, host of the Misfit Entrepreneur Podcast about two success principles from his book, "Getting Back Up"; 'Don't let unsolicited advice effect your future', and 'Give all losses a 5-minute funeral'
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how true that is. Um you know a minute ago you mentioned your book and I know you said each chapter is a lesson and everything. We don't time to go through all of it here. But what are some of what are your maybe your two or three favorite chapters of those principles that you want to you know share that you think are most important. I'd love to have you speak to those great, I have few. I will focus on the business side. I early on learned that unsolicited advice should never be welcomed in your life and meaning the people that are walking around my office that they are new to the business. They walked to another person and they will say that whose new as well and say if you Dornoch or you co call or any any anything in lead generation, it will not help you. It's not good and that the other person gets affected by this person's comments. So they're just develop this thought that okay that doesn't work. But then you get my number three Agent Who does 200 transactions a year. He wakes up at six a.m. Seven thirties on the call and he called called. But if you go to the office you can't find him because he has the door close and it's cold calling and he will never come out and give you advice because he's busy doing it. So I was extremely um aware of that when I started that if you want to learn how to do ballet, you're not going to go to a salsa dancer. If you want to learn how to fly fish, you can go deep sea fishing. So everyone has a skill set. So you gotta figure out what you want to learn and go to that person. If you have a marriage issue, you're not going to go to the grocery shop, grocery store and ask the person who helps you in front cashier, just say, hey, I'm having a marital issue. So why would you walk in a business environment and talk to someone who is like you have no experience and have them affect you. So one of my lesson is do not let unsolicited advice affect your future. And um, another one I have that. I think it's extremely important. I call it five minutes funeral that we all have setbacks. I go to appointments are loser listing. I Want to be in business with some business that I wanted to purchase and it didn't work out the business or a development I started and it didn't really go well five minutes funeral and move on, learn from it and having solution. I, so I am very fast to moving on to solution. So the January one, I was ready to launch so many things of this year. I walked in, I walk about five worked out and the first thing I walked in, my business manager said, I need to talk to you. My number one assistant who was running everything had resigned. I was like, how do I? This is where I started the new york New Year. I was so excited, literally took me five minutes. I hugged her. I said, I wish you the best but I couldn't stop everything else. So I was like next. And then I found someone amazing after that. So everything happens for a reason. But if you get hung up on the past, It just doesn't work five minutes funeral and move on and I can go on David for a few more. But I love that line. I actually think that's, I mean, and that's a great uh consistent trait of, of high performance and people we have on the show is that you don't dwell on it. You deal with it and you move on from it and you don't let it continue to affect you. That's that's and and that's it. It's an important part of compartmentalizing, right, that people have to uh, it's a skill set. You have to really kind of teach yourself over time. And the only way to do it is to go through it. But it is so true, man. Just don't, you can't dwell on things, you can't sit there and let them bother you. You know, things are every single day. You know, again, peaks and valleys, ups and downs. It's going to happen, deal with it. Move on. Figure out the solution.
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