Your Accountability is Important to Your Financial Success
Today’s guest, David Osborn, the founder of GoBundance, shares how to build financial success and create a life of freedom
David Osborn is the owner of the fourth largest residential real estate company in the country. He is the founder of GoBundance and is a New York Times bestselling author.
David did not achieve his success overnight. His road to success started with the one drive he had, which is to live a life of freedom. After graduating college, David worked for a year and then sold all his possessions to hitchhike around the world. He later returned home with no money and he was in debt. His mother offered him a job to work for her in real estate which he agreed to do temporarily to pay off his credit cards, now twenty-seven years later, David is still in real estate and thriving.
Focused on financial freedom, David found himself an accountability partner, Pat Hiban, and later included Tim Rhode to help plan, execute and achieve their goals. This accountability system eventually led to the idea of GoBundance, a tribe of individuals looking to make the most of life through accountability and transparency.
Listen in today as they discuss:
- Personal accountability, transparency and authenticity
- The importance of constant learning and growth
- Choosing the right crowd and environment
- Creating balance
- Experimenting to find the business that suits you
If you really want to be successful usually you’re born with certain things that work and certain things that don’t work and the way you get into harmony with what works is by shedding the part that doesn’t work.~ David Osborn
TIP OF THE WEEK:
Mark: My tip of the week is davidosborn.com, it’s a great place to start making a significant difference in your life.
Scott: Check out columns.me, you can literally create a checklist for projects, people.
David: You have to have a flight plan for your life, you have to have a goal for your life. My favorite goal book right now is Automic Habits by James Clear. We have a goal template at the goaltemplate.com. The reality is you have to choose something, and if you choose nothing you get what you get, you don’t throw a fit because you choose nothing. You have to choose and get after it hard and then make detours and adjustments along the way. My advice is go to a coffee shop and get a journal you’re inspired by and turns you on, and write what you want to manifest in 2020, in the next 5 years. Put it together in a series of goals and be held accountable to what you created.
Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?