Jennie Bellinger: Opportunistic

In this episode, Jennie shares with you:

  • Ideas to prioritize how you approach your day in your business during this uncertain time. 
  • The importance of taking care of yourself first, so you can take care of others in your life.
  • How you should utilize this time to grow in knowledge and expertise in your business.
  • That taking care of what you can take care of for a client, rather than forcing something on them they don’t need is just good business.

Key Takeaways:

  • Take care of yourself, your family, your business, in that order.
  • Your health and your relationships are the most fragile, everything else will bounce back in time.
  • Opportunistic is not a dirty word.
  • There is no such thing as good luck. Success comes when we’re prepared to take hold of an opportunity when it presents itself.

“Opportunistic is not a bad thing, as long as your intent for the person that you are speaking to is for their best intentions…understand that your product or service may not be the best for them, even if you think it is. If they don’t see it as what they need right now, serve them where they are provided. Provide them with the help and support that you can and when they are ready, They will probably choose to do business with you.” —  Jennie Bellinger





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Deven Wohlwend: Inspiring Young Entrepreneurs

About Deven Wohlwend: Deven is a 15-year-old real estate investor who started buying real estate at 7. Before that, he invested in what he knew at 5 years old. He published his first book about his successes and setbacks at 11 and published his second book almost two months ago with Mark Victor Hansen. Deven is currently looking to help teach and inspire the world.

In this episode, Jennie and Deven discuss:

  • Deven’s journey to investing and real estate at a young age
  • Learn from your mistakes. 
  • The importance of hiring professionals

Key Takeaways:

  • Being inspired by your parents and aspiring to have financial security is a good thing – learning how to invest at an early age will make you more successful in life.
  • Embrace failure as a learning opportunity. In the end, it doesn’t matter how many times you are knocked down, so long as you get up again.
  • Invest in hiring professionals – they can do things you can’t, or do them better than you can, which will help your business flourish.
  • Be creative and take action. 

“Hey, I’m 15. If I can do this with a part-time job and no driver’s license, and without the ability to get the bank loans, what excuse do you have? If I can do it, so can you.” – Deven Wohlwend

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