It might have been Tony Robbins who first said that success leaves clues. The advice is solid. If we want to achieve something we haven’t done before, simply look to those who have already succeeded in that area and emulate their strategy.
We can apply this to lots of different areas of our lives that we want to improve, whether in pursuit of personal growth, professional excellence, or financial prosperity. Simply model someone who’s already getting the results you want and do what they’re doing.
In the world of investment and commercial real estate, this strategy can be especially effective. Any type of investment comes with risk. But by following in the footsteps of those who are where you want to be, you might just get there that little bit faster.
We can assume the ultra-rich of the world must be doing something right, and we can look to where they’re putting their money to help guide us toward asset classes that may hold opportunities for us. Even without the trust funds, expensive advisors, and exclusive family offices, there are lessons everyday investors like you and me can take from where the ultra-wealthy are hedging their bets.