When is the best time to sell your home?
This frequently asked question cannot be answered with a simple or general answer. Every real estate market is different; therefore, the best time to sell a home actually depends on the homeowner's need or desire to sell.
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Whatever is causing you stress, you don't need to let it ruin your day or life. Here are 5 of the Things Successful People Do to Turn Things Around and Loss that Stress and Pressure.
1. Do the hard stuff first. Every morning make sure to schedule all the unpleasant things you have to do. Once you take care of the dreaded tasks, you'll look forward to the day ahead.
2. Try to schedule about 45 minutes every day to walk and think. It helps to clear the brain—no emails, no calls, no talking, just thinking, and your quiet time. You may not have a chance to do this every day, but if you can steal a few moments like this throughout the week, you'll feel much more centered. Being an entrepreneur means seeing both the forest and the trees, and we often find ourselves stuck staring at trees all day long.
3. Have a devil-may-care attitude. Many successful people have little about money, power, or status. Now, deep down, some probably do care, but for the most part, you will find that sentiment is accurate, and it helps carry you through the most challenging times. There's nothing worse than feeling like everything hinges on one outcome. It smacks of desperation. If you can let go and not worry so much about controlling what others need to do by the end of the day, you'll find it turns out far better than you imagined. Put your desire out there, and if it happens, you are happy. If not, next time.
4. Socialize. Release the thought that putting in long hours will make it more successful. That makes you an office zombie. Pay attention to the ones more successful than you are currently. These people are always going out and having fun, especially at night. If you don't balance all the hard work with some pure fun, you will be ineffective in the workplace. Spending time with friends or colleagues is a great way to decompress, boost your ego, and let go of stress. Give yourself a pass if you have children, parents, and other things that make you run home to tend to, hire a nanny or sitter and go out for a night on the town at least once a month.
5. Find yourself a work therapist. This person is not a therapist but someone you feel confident to share almost thoughts and concern. If you are having a crappy day, you can call them and vent without judgment. Successful people tend to have a business or personal partner who also doubles as their work therapists. This should be someone you can let your guard down with and vent about your concerns of daily struggles.
When working, we all are warriors, but that doesn't mean we have to hide our emotions or bury them. Talking through what's happening to us, the daily ups and downs, with someone you can trust can make life much easier. Hopefully, once you air your grievances, it goes away as soon as you leave your work.