Fighting Apathy #9: Be a Better Condo Association Owner in Minutes

One of the biggest mental hurdles for changing your behavior is where to start. You want to be a better Owner, but it’s hard to break the habit of apathy. You don’t have to go from an un-involved Owner to the head of the finance committee in one day. The key is small, incremental time commitments to build the habit of involvement and break the habit of apathy. I am a big fan of James Altucher, and his 1% a day method is a great blueprint for success. You can be a better Condo Association Owner in minutes with a little dedication.   Read the article…………..


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