About Mike Brewer
My mission is to tease out the human potential in the multifamily space.
I’ve always pondered what it truly means to have a ‘right to win.’ It’s a tiny phrase with monumental implications, crucial for personal and professional realms. Our right to win is not handed to us; we carve it out through relentless pursuit, strategic thinking, and an unwavering belief in our capabilities. It’s about recognizing and leveraging our unique strengths so that success becomes not just a possibility but an expectation."Your right to win is not granted; it's crafted through the strategic alignment of your strengths with the universe's opportunities." – Mike Brewer Click To Tweet
We must first understand our unique value proposition in defining our right to win. What can we offer that no one else can? This understanding forms the bedrock of our strategy. From there, it’s about aligning our actions, decisions, and resources to steer us toward our goals.
We must also remain adaptable and open to pivoting our strategies in response to changing dynamics. This agility can be the secret sauce to maintaining our competitive edge.
Defining our right to win involves a blend of introspection, strategy, and flexibility. It’s a journey of continuous learning and adaptation, where the goal is to compete and dominate.
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Change won’t happen unless you sincerely desire it. This realization is the first step in a change journey. It’s about igniting that spark within yourself. Without this burning desire, efforts to change remain superficial."Desire is the fuel for transformation. Without it, change is merely a mirage." – Mike Brewer Click To Tweet
Embrace this insight as you work through change.
Remember, the nature of your desire directly influences the outcome of your efforts.
Let your desire be the guiding light, leading you to the change you seek.
This is not just advice; it’s a principle to live by. Steal this wisdom, make it your own, and watch as the impossible becomes possible.
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Trust your soft intuition. Amid the stories, the world is trying to tell you and the loud, innate storyteller, our inner whisper often knows the way.
It’s easy to get lost in the chatter, to have our judgment clouded by the loud opinions of others or the opinions of ourselves by ourselves.
But there’s power in the quiet nudges of our intuition.
This isn’t about dismissing logic or reason but rather complementing them with the subtle insights our conscious mind might overlook."Listen closely to the soft whispers of your intuition. In its calm lies your path to clarity." – Mike Brewer Click To Tweet
We can find our way through the noise by tuning into our inner guidance. It’s about stepping back, observing, and allowing that inner voice to lead.
This approach doesn’t scream for attention but patiently waits for acknowledgment.
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I’ve discovered that to experience success in both business and life, you get what you invite. This principle operates on the belief that our actions, words, and thoughts send invitations to the universe, attracting outcomes that mirror our inner state and expectations. In my belief, the universe is God and prayer is the conduit. It’s a step-by-step guide to manifesting your desires through the power of attraction."Your life and business are a result of the invitations you send to the world." – Mike Brewer Click To Tweet
Innovation, collaboration, and a positive mindset can transform challenges into opportunities. Inviting openness, gratitude, and resilience shape our experiences and relationships. This concept teaches us the importance of being mindful about what we project and encourage. By consciously inviting what we wish to see in our world, we set the stage for it to come into being. Embrace the power of invitation, and watch the doors to success and fulfillment open wide.
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The sting of rejection can feel like a badge of dishonor. We pour our hearts into proposals, pitches, and applications, only to be met with a cold, impersonal “no thank you.” It’s easy to see rejection as a failure, a sign that our ideas aren’t good enough. But what if I told you that rejection, especially in large quantities, could be your secret weapon?
That’s right, I’m here to advocate for loving rejections. Don’t get me wrong, rejection still sucks. But instead of letting it define you, what if you saw it as valuable feedback, a stepping stone on your path to success? After all, as one of my mentors would say, every “no” brings you closer to the “yes!”
So, how do you turn rejections into your secret allies? Here’s the key: collect them. Treat each “no” as a piece of data, a learning experience. Here are some ways to make the most of every rejection:
1. Analyze the “Why”: Don’t accept a “no” at face value. Dig deeper. Ask for feedback, schedule a call, or do your research. Was it a timing issue? Did your idea miss the mark? Understanding the “why” behind the rejection helps refine your approach for the next opportunity.
2. Identify Patterns: As you collect rejections, look for recurring themes. Are there specific aspects of your pitch that consistently fall flat? Is there a particular type of investor or client you’re struggling to connect with? Recognizing patterns allows you to adjust your strategy and target the right audience.
3. Celebrate the “Almost Yesses”: Not all rejections are created equal. Sometimes, you’ll get a “no,” but with a compliment or an offer of future collaboration. These “almost yesses” are gold mines of information. They show you that you’re on the right track and need some fine-tuning.
4. Build a Rejection Museum: This might sound crazy, but hear me out. Create a physical or digital space where you display all your rejections. Each one represents a lesson learned, a hurdle overcome. Looking back at your “collection” can be a powerful motivator, reminding you of how far you’ve come and the resilience you’ve built. Don’t take this advice lightly – it’s a difference-maker.
5. Share Your Story: You’re not alone. Share your rejection stories with other entrepreneurs, online communities, or a trusted friend. You’ll be surprised how many others have similar experiences, and sharing can foster a sense of camaraderie and support. Not a single person I know is batting a thousand.
But loving rejections isn’t just about personal growth. It also sends a powerful message to the world. By embracing the “no,” you’re challenging the traditional narrative of success, which often paints failure as something to be ashamed of. You’re showing others that the path to success is rarely linear and that setbacks are inevitable but ultimately conquerable.
Remember, some of the most successful people in the world have faced countless rejections. Twelve publishers rejected J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter manuscript before finding its home. Walt Disney was fired from a newspaper for “lack of imagination.” So, the next time you face a rejection, don’t despair. Instead, pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and add it to your growing collection of valuable experiences. Remember, every “no” brings you closer to the resounding “yes!”
And remember, the most important rejection to love is the one you give yourself. Don’t let self-doubt hold you back. Believe in your ideas, keep iterating, and never give up on your dreams. The world needs your unique perspective, so keep putting it out there, rejection and all. After all, the greatest success stories often begin with a resounding “no.”
Now go out there and collect those rejections! Remember, they’re not setbacks.
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