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What Does Jim Carrey & Real Estate Marketing have in Common? – Part 2

Written on by Peter- REBB Founder

In my last blog post, I told you how Jim Carrey can help you market your real estate business on the internet. If you don’t believe me or you haven’t read that post yet, go ahead and read it at What Does Jim Carrey & Real Estate Marketing have in Common? – Part 1.  It was a fun post to write and many people have already benefited from it. In fact, one reader wrote a short little story about his experience in Nashville.  His story is inspirational and reinforces what I told you in that last post.

Today, I want to follow up with another blog post and show you how Jim Carrey’s new movie, “Yes man” can help you in your real estate business.  This blog post will refer directly to the movie itself.  You might be asking yourself, do I have to watch the movie to know what’s going on?  Not really because I’ll explain the basics for you right here.

Anyways, the main premise of the movie is that Jim Carrey, at the beginning of the movie, is a very negative person.  Everything he says, thinks about and refers to is negative.  When people ask him for a favor, he always replies with a BIG “NO.”  He is a very unhappy person.

As the movie evolves, Jim meets someone that changes his outlook on life and makes him say YES! From that point on, he comes across many opportunities and adventures.  That’s where Jim Carrey’s comedy comes in 🙂

How does Jim Carrey’s new Movie tie into your real estate business?

I’ll explain to you right now.  You see, when Jim Carrey was a negative person, he was missing out on many opportunties in life.  After he changed his outlook on life and became a more positive person, opportunities started appearing right before his eyes.  Obviously, Jim Carrey took it to a whole new level, but you get the point.

When it comes to real estate business, you need to be open minded, positive, and seek opportunity. Believe me, when your mind is open to opportunities, your business will start to grow.  of course, you’ll have to weight the opportunities that will arise to make sure they’ll benefit you and your business.  You can’t say YES to everything! 🙂  You won’t have enough time.  But if you start saying yes, your world and your business will change.

I’m a living proof to that testimony.  I am open to anything that comes my way.  I weight the benefits and issues that can arise from the opportunity and make a decision.  I stay positive and look at the world in a positive way.  (You can see the movie “The Secret.” It will reinforce what I am telling you here).   I cannot believe the kind of opportunities that have opened up to me in the last few months alone.  I am able to communicate and interact with people I would have never been able to interact with on personal basis.

So, I challenge you to open your mind and start being positive about your life, your business and your personality.  You are a great person and have a lot to give to the world.  Take action right now.  Above all, don’t be afraid to ask for something and take on something new.

That’s all I have to share with you today.  I know this isn’t my usual post since it’s more ‘touchy’ and not real estate internet marketing related.  But I was inspired and I wanted to share this with you.  Let me know what you think and if you have had success with positive attitude.  There are way too many negative people in the world and we need to change that 🙂

To Your Success,

Peter Kolat

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One Comment on “What Does Jim Carrey & Real Estate Marketing have in Common? – Part 2”

  1. lincoln ong |

    grea thoughts…

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