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What To Do When You Are On Lockdown

Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely
-Rodin

On Thursday Governor Gavin Newsom announced a shelter-in-place order for California residents. This proves to be difficult for many people who are used to being on the go and getting their hustle on every day.

While 16 critical sectors remain open, most businesses are closed. This leaves a large part of Californians sequestered at home. Of course, this is a necessary evil if we want to reduce the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

So the question is what can you do at home during this time of uncertainty? There is always so much to do. Here are some ideas for you to consider:

Learn more about your business

Whatever your business is there’s always something to learn. Take this time to study in-depth, the ins-and-outs of your business. If you are in real estate, for example, catch up on continuing education. Study your competition. Learn the different facets of your business that you may not have had time to learn previously. Research. Learn. Grow.

Spend time with your family

family-457235_1280The stay-at-home order is pretty much forcing you to spend time with your family. But are you really spending time with them? In this day and age of cell phones and computers, people can put themselves in a bubble and be oblivious to what’s going on even in their own homes. Consider unplugging! Pull out board games. Make family meals together and enjoy them around the kitchen table. Make memories even if they’re in your living room. Pick a big bowl of popcorn and Netflix and chill. NO! Not that kind of Netflix and chill. The family PG version is what I’m talking about. Just talk to each other. Learn more about each other. Unite.

Get an education

kindle-1867751_1280I know most of you would rather watch paint dry then go back to school. But a cure for boredom could be expanding your horizons by learning something new. There are many online courses that are now offering free training. Here are just a few:

Coursera

According to Quora, Coursera is a free online learning tool for everyone who has an account registered. Account registration is also free of cost. All courses offered by Coursera are “accessible for free”. Each course includes short video lectures on different topics and assignments to be submitted, usually on a weekly basis.

Stanford Online

It’s Stanford University. It needs no introduction. There are classes that you can audit.

Edx

According to the definition on Wikipedia, edX is a massive open online course provider. It hosts online university-level courses in a wide range of disciplines to a worldwide student body, including some courses at no charge. It also conducts research into learning based on how people use its platform.

Learn a new hobby

Learning a new hobby will surely pass time. Have you ever wanted to learn to crochet? Or how about learning to play the piano? The internet is chock-full of how-to videos. So just type in YouTube in your search bar and find the hobby that suits you.

Get some exercise

The shelter-in-place order does mean you have to be completely closed off. You can still go for walks. Just make sure you stay six feet away from the next guy. Walk away from cabin fever!

Whatever you decide to do this during this coronavirus pandemic; make it count! Use this extra time wisely. Whether it’s reading a book, budgeting your checkbook, cuddling with loved ones, or just catching up on sleep; appreciate the break, look on the bright side and be thankful. Very thankful. Stay Safe!


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Holly Lynn

Experienced Owner with a demonstrated history of working in the real estate industry. Skilled in Team Building, Television, Leadership, Marketing, and Digital Marketing. Strong business development professional who graduated from San Francisco State University, College of Business.

The Queen of Capital, Holly Lynn specializes in helping people with their real estate needs. She is a creative and results-driven resource who can help investors at every level.

Her authentic, personal relationships with both lenders and investors coupled with her vision, work ethic and endless desire to make the deal work position her as a sought-after, leader in the industry.

Holly Lynn can help you with hard money, private financing and other funding for your investments and projects.

She is a self-taught deal maker who has always had a keen business sense. She works with investors and syndication across the board who are looking for real estate investments that produce passive income streams.

She built B.A.M.F into the single most recognized name that is designed to build strong relationships and invest in multifamily projects to create massive cash flow and wealth. B.A.M.F monthly meetups in San Francisco, San Mateo, Fremont, San Jose and those conducted through webinars are open for everyone. As the multifamily properties continue to be an investment megatrend, She gives everyone an opportunity to learn about multifamily property investments and opportunities that would only be otherwise available for top dealers and those who met the qualifications by SEC. But through B.A.M.F, you can meet with experts and deal organizers who can provide you with great investment options.

Holly’s reputation has been earned one transaction at a time with no substitute for hard work and honesty. Take advantage of her deep proven experience in the real estate and investment market by joining her events and mixers. Mixers that are organized by B.A.M.F is sought after by reputable individuals in the investment and finance field. It is your chance to learn and grow.

“I have always believed that your money is waiting for you, but you have to keep yourself open to receiving it.”

- Holly Lynn -

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