I have been giving of my time by having phone conversations with newbie real estate wholesalers. In speaking with them, I’ve noticed theses recurring themes that speak to why they are either unsuccessful or can’t get started. I would like to share these with you — especially those of you who are new.

If you’re new and haven’t truly started, or new and are not having success, you may find yourself in one of the following categories:

  • Your skeptical
  • You’re afraid to make a mistake
  • You’re misinformed or over-informed
  • You’re Inconsistent

Let’s briefly dive into each one of these. At the end, evaluate yourself and see if you are hindered by one or more of these categories.

1. You’re Skeptical

Something very common in real estate wholesaling: You start to believe it’s to good to be true. You’re truly right, everyone talks about the glitz and glamour of being a real estate investor and wholesaler, but the harsh reality is it’s a very demanding job in the beginning.

You find yourself skeptical because it’s explained to be so easy. You watch a few YouTube videos. Read a few blogs, and you think you’re ready to rock and roll — until you dig a little deeper. Once you start digging, you understand that there are more intricate pieces that you need to know.

Then you become a skeptic. Everything you hear, see, and believe about real estate investing (and wholesaling in particular) you view through a skewed lens of doubt and disbelief.

The end result for skeptics is that they never do anything because they don’t believe, no matter how many testimonials they see on social media sites.

2. You’re Afraid To Make A Mistake

This is all psychological. People who…