Taking the Leap from Police Officer to Real Estate
Plenty of people have found themselves in the position where they have to choose between two things; the choice that’s going to make you happy or the choice that’s going to reward you the most. This situation usually applies when a person is faced with two different job choices; one might make you happy but doesn’t have a great pay, the other is the opposite (has a great pay and great benefits, but not something you would necessarily enjoy doing). This is the common case, but there’s always that special one where following your heart is the greatest idea you could have ever thought of, and that’s exactly what’s happening when we’re talking about Sunil Tulsiani. The real estate business is a harsh one, in most cases people would consider it a “dog eat dog” sort of world. If you aren’t making sales and growing your profits you aren’t going to be successful, but one thing real estate investors usually lack is courage.
Sunil was originally a police officer, he was operating in the Ontario Provincial Police division and covered Toronto and the surrounding GTA areas. Sunil had a passion for his job as a police officer, helping people and keepings others safe was something that he thought of as privilege. Everybody forgets that cops are needed in order for our society to run as smoothly as possible, if they weren’t here people would just be running amok and looting shops! This is where Sunil showed his courage and dedication to leadership, as everybody can’t just up and decide that they’re going to be a cop. Becoming an officer of the law takes dedication, hard work, and an intellect that can’t be beaten. Although Sunil was happy with his role at the force, he felt like he wasn’t able to spend enough “down-time” with the job. He had a family consisting of two beautiful children and a wife, and he was at the point where he wanted to spend as much time as he possible could with them. He and his wife were even considering divorce, which is why he had to make a change (and quickly).
This resulted in Sunil to look at other means of income, specifically property management. Sunil (whom had no formal training or any connections within the realty field) bought 77 different properties in his first year, not only is that feature amazing alone, but these properties made him the first millionaire police officer to grace the streets of Toronto. It takes a whole lot of things to work out in order to be that successful, so it would seem as if Sunil was spot on when he decided to get into the realty business.
On top of his initial success as a police officer and a realtor, Sunil is also a published author (he’s written best-selling books by himself, that alone shows how developed his intellect is). Being an author isn’t exactly an easy thing to do, so this speaks volumes to the kind of versatility he brings to the table when dealing with clients.
In order to become a millionaire in the first year of your real estate investments you need to be smart, and Sunil is that plus a whole lot more. He’s a public speaker that is well-known for his high-quality (as well as engaging) speeches he gives, and his book “The Success Secret” reached the Amazon best-seller list. The book itself contains tips and advice from Sunil and other successful entrepreneurs (and businessmen) that have used the exact same tips to their advantage. Sunil took the sharing and caring methods of working as a police officer and worked them into his real estate routine, which is something to respected by just about anyone. Sunil is considered an ordinary person, he had no experience with realty investments before and he was still successful with it. This just goes to show how much hard work and the right choices can affect your life, if Sunil could do it why shouldn’t you be able to? Not being informed on the subject is no excuse, you need to get out there and take action if you want to start seeing some significant changes in your life. Sunil has a personal philosophy, that being “Money doesn’t buy happiness – but it sure does help!”.