allows for improvement while already improving the lives of buyers and users. Remember, successful CEOs do not aim for perfec - tion, they aim for excellence. LIMITING BELIEF 2 I must be involved in EVERYDETAIL of my company. If you’re going to be the CEO of your business, you need to behave like one. CEOs cast vision and inspire their team members to make it happen. They do not micromanage or get bogged down with the details.

LIMITING BELIEF 3 My job is to delegate. Remember this: managers delegate, CEOs cast vision.

LIMITING BELIEF 4 I am just selling a product or service.

You didn’t go into real estate because you were pas - sionate about the product or service itself. You got into this business because you are passionate about the lifestyle that comes with what you are selling, and you believe that others should have access to that lifestyle.

LIMITING BELIEF 5 I don’t have enough support.

If you’ve gotten to where you are now alone, it’s time you found your people. Truly successful CEOs surround themselves with people who work and grow with them, who challenge them to be better and to hold them accountable. If you try to level up to CEO status by your - self, your journey will not only be miserable, it will be short-lived. •

Ellis Hammond manages a private network of investors seeking passive investment opportunities in multifamily syndications across the United States. Ellis is passionate about the intersection of faith and capital and hosts a weekly podcast show, Kingdom REI, in order to educate and inspire other investors and entrepreneurs to see capital as a means for greater Kingdom influence. To learn how you can invest alongside Ellis and this community, visit

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