Grit, persistence, the bad times and the good times… how to stay mentally healthy as a property investor – With Sarah Hall

Happy Tuesday,

Have you ever wondered how investors make property investment look so easy on Instagram, when you feel like your success path is out of control?

Do you feel like if you continue the way you are going, burn out is going to strike?

Has it left you feeling like property just ain’t your jam?

In this weeks podcast Grit, persistence, the bad times and the good times… how to stay mentally healthy as a property investor I’ve invited Members Club Member Sarah Hall to come and join me as we talk through what you should be focusing on as a property investor, how to stay healthy and cope with setbacks.

On Thursday it’s Mental Health awareness day. I advocate for more discussion around mental health because it’s important for our wellbeing that we are aware of how we are feeling good or bad

(If you are an RICS Member and you are worried about your mental health, LionHeart are an awesome resource. I’m an Ambassador for them because of how much they’ve helped me with my obsessive thoughts and anxiety. If you aren’t an RICS Member Mind are the best place to turn)

If you have ever wondered how you can keep your property investment journey under control, whilst still working towards success. This podcast will cover:

  • What you can do on a daily basis to keep taking meaningful action
  • How to deal with anxiety around things you are trying not working
  • When to celebrate your successes
  • How imposter syndrome happens to us all and what you can do about it

… plus you get to hear about an awesome property journey straight from inside my Members club.

Head over here to listen now to Grit, persistence, the bad times and the good times… how to stay mentally healthy as a property investor.

If you want to watch a sneak peek from this weeks episode, I’ve added a 10 minute segment below… but to get all of the goodness you are going to want to make sure you listen to the whole Pod!

Let me know in the comments section below what your key takeaways are:

Natasha