Peter Lorimer - The Real Estate Entrepreneur Podcast

Top 5 Tips To Avoid Crushing Professional Burnout / Pete Lorimer - The Creative Entrepreneur Podcast

August 28, 2019

Greetings and welcome to the Creative Entrepreneur Podcast, I am your host Peter Lorimer, former hit record producer, now host of the show Stay Here on Netflix and owner LA’s most creative Boutique real estate firm, PLG Estates.

Burnout, one of the most paralyzing things in business. It happens to us all (especially in real estate). This podcast covers my top 5 tips for avoiding it - before it takes over.

👉 Prioritize your workload the night before. No one likes waking up to a mountain of work, especially when it all seems equally important.

👉 Work with purpose (by doing things like getting rid of time vampires, A.K.A., toxic clients).

👉 Give away everything you've learned--without prejudice and expectation.

👉 Exercise. (Admittedly, my least favorite.) It's my therapy and making it a priority will immensely reduce stress.

👉 Don't worry about the results. Ultimately, you don't have control over what happens anyways. You simply need to work as hard as you can and let go of the results. Remove the notion that you have control.

Friends, burnout is lurking behind every corner. Follow these five tips, and you'll kick it to the curb. Join me for this week's episode of The Creative Entrepreneur to hear more.


Golden Nuggets From This Episode:


[02:37] “at the end of the day we're not gonna get to everybody most likely, we have to get to the people that we need to get to”

[05:22] “toxic clients will be a time vampire on you and they will be incredibly demanding they will make you feel crappy you will not enjoy your job you'll begin to hate life and then that stress will build up.

[06:08] “give everything away that you have learned without prejudice and without expectation”

[09:19] “I don't go to the gym for my body, I go to the gym for my mind.”

[10:02] “We are not in control of people places and things, all we are in control of Is us.”


Thanks for being here,