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Gennavieve Lyons
International Property Investor & Founder of Lyons Property Mentoring. Educating others to live in abundance through property investment!
International Property Investor & Founder of Lyons Property Mentoring. Educating others to live in abundance through property investment!
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For those new to the page...
Lyons Property Mentoring is first and foremost an education platform, providing enlightenment around both property investing and personal mindset; with the mission of giving as many people as possible that โ€˜light bulb momentโ€™ and show you that a life of abundance is absolutely possible!
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There was a need for people to be taught about investing, by an active investor, that covers not just where and how to buy property, but how to get through life as an investor.
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We will be posting loads of tips and tricks here, however for more information on how we can help you, head to the website - www.lyonspropertymentoring.com.au
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Everyone knows someone who works full time, volunteers, runs a successful blog and somehow still finds time to go grocery shopping, cook organic Instagram-worthy meals, foster a loving relationship, walk their french bulldog and train for a half marathon.

These kinds of super-achievers have the same number of hours in the day as the rest of us, but somehow, they always seem to get more done. How do they do it? And how can you tweak your mindset to become a high achiever, too. Here's how:

๐ŸŒŸ Fully commit
๐ŸŒŸ Avoid multitasking (yep, you read that right)
๐ŸŒŸ Ban interruptions
๐ŸŒŸ Level up your environment
๐ŸŒŸ Banish negative emotions

Most super-achievers also have some kind of emotion-management practice that they rely on: meditating, journaling, a weekly check-in with a life coach, or a good old-fashioned punching-bag session at the gym. Find a strategy that works for you.

Last, but not least, remember that those incredible super-achievers you admire and aspire to be like are just ordinary people with flaws and fears, too.

If you want to know more about each of these areas to improve your own productivity, head here: https://goo.gl/GpJ9H9
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Tip of the day:

We are often the product of our environment, and being surrounded by negativity or people who put us down greatly affects how we think, how we act, our results and what we attract into our lives.
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Alternatively, if we are surrounded by individuals who always put their best foot forward, it makes us want to do the same. Being in a positive, motivational environment helps each and every one of us to mould ourselves to progress on our journey to success.
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What things do you do to keep your environment positive?
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From our experience, people seem to over complicate things when it comes to saving money - so here are some really easy tips so you can get your next property faster!

๐ŸŒŸ Prioritise long-term goals
Bigger, long term items or ventures are going to take longer to save for, so start on those first.

๐ŸŒŸ Get on the same page with your significant other
Going over the bills and budget with your partner can end any fights about money, and makes sure you are both heading for the same goals.

๐ŸŒŸ Be patient
Save until you have cash for that car, home theatre system, vacation or the like. Obtaining bad debt like credit cards for items like these is only going to cost you more money in the long run.

๐ŸŒŸ Keep your savings and everyday accounts separate
If you donโ€™t see your savings when you log into your more frequently accessed accounts, you wonโ€™t be as tempted to spend that money. If you want them all in the one bank then make it harder for you to access that account, like having to physically go to the branch for example.

๐ŸŒŸ Give yourself a set amount of 'fun money'
Once that cash is gone, you have to wait until the next pay day for the next instalment, so you will learn to cut back and watch your spending very quickly.

๐ŸŒŸ Have an emergency fund
This is your rainy day fund in case you lose your job or a huge expense pops up. Itโ€™s better to be safe than sorry. Aim for three months worth of expenses or wages.

๐ŸŒŸ Communicate with your lender or banker
As you set up your plan to pay off debt, questions may arise. Credit card companies and banks often will agree to better terms or reduced cut fees if asked. So it canโ€™t talk to them and see if you can get a better deal. If not, be prepared to shop around.

๐ŸŒŸ Embrace the power of cash
Paying with paper often gives you leverage to negotiate discounts, and your natural reluctance to actually hand over cash, rather than a card, can also reduce unnecessary purchases.

Have any other tips? Let everyone know in the comments!
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Hustle till your home looks like this! ๐Ÿก
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Let's take a moment to get to know our creator. ๐ŸŒŸ

Despite being quite the traveller and adrenaline junkie, Gennavieve Lyons's main passion has always been property and investing. She however, like many of you, was not born with a silver spoon in her mouth, but instead lived in a tin shed with her family in rural Queensland. ๐ŸŒŸ

After graduating high school, she worked three jobs, sometimes all in the same day, seven days a week, to buy her first house at 18. By 21, Gennavieve had properties in 3 countries, and at just 25, she achieved that magical moment of leaving the workforce to live off her investments, and the rest is history! ๐ŸŒŸ

Rewind a little, and Gennavieve studied like her life depended on it, and now holds several qualifications, including Certificates in Business, Management and a Bachelorโ€™s degree in Journalism, which she put to good use as a News Reader with several Queensland radio stations. ๐ŸŒŸ

Despite loving life in radio, at the end of the day it was still a job she was required to attend, day in day out, and (as you will come to learn) the thought of that has never sat right with her โ€“ her job was restricting her time and financial ability to give back. ๐ŸŒŸ

She made the conscious decision to step away from Journalism, and spent almost every dollar and waking hour gaining a solid financial education and reigniting her love for property. ๐ŸŒŸ

Now, as an active Australian & International property investor, Gennavieve spends her time travelling the world, including โ€˜flipping propertiesโ€™ in America, giving her the freedom she was after to help and educate others to live a life on their terms as well! ๐ŸŒŸ
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