Peter Drucker surprised us when he said:
“The most unhappy people I know are planners.”
Really? Didn’t Drucker dedicate his life to teaching management and planning principles?
We often have a desire to do something, yet it isn’t executed. Other times we work hard to execute our plans, but they simply don’t roll out the way we intended…
During the webinar, Lloyd Reeb and Doug Piper are joined by Halftime Alum and Founder/CEO of DLP Capital, Don Wenner, who will show us how to fulfill our purpose while adapting to the twists along the journey.
During our time together, Don shared how he ruthlessly executes his unique purpose, without becoming miserably inflexible.
3 Strategies to Sync Your Calling With Your Calendar
1. Be intentional. – Approach the areas of life that are most important to you with the same intentionality used to approach your business. Consider the “eight F’s” (faith, family, friends, freedom, fun, fulfillment, fitness, and finance) as a starting point.
2. Set clear goals. – In the words of Bobby Knight, “the will to win is not nearly as important as the will to prepare to win.” Create one or two goals for each area of your life that is a priority. State a clear purpose for that area and design checkpoints for both the long-term and the short-term in order to track progress.
3. Protect the time. – Build all areas into your annual calendar, weekly schedule, and daily activities. It’s easy to fill our calendar with things that act upon us. It’s much harder to proactively plan out how to spend our time and how to best maximize and fill the hours we have. After all, where we invest our time indicates what we truly value.
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At Halftime, our programs bring greater impact, purpose, and joy for the whole family.
Getting connected with a group of like-minded peers and a Halftime Certified™ Coach to create a custom, holistic plan for the days ahead could be a great next step. How could our fellowship of friends best come alongside you?
ABOUT OUR FEATURED ALUM, DON WENNER:
Don Wenner is the Founder & CEO of DLP Capital, a private real estate investment and financial services company focused on making an IMPACT by acquiring, developing, and building relationships, housing, leaders, and organizations. DLP Capital has an expansive array of business divisions and companies including lending, investment funds, sales, leasing, property management, construction management, development, and loan servicing.
Don is a master of scaling high growth high profit entrepreneurial companies. DLP Capital has been ranked in the Inc. 5000 fastest growing companies in the U.S. for 9 consecutive years.
Since DLP Capital’s founding in 2006, Don has closed more than 16,000 real estate transactions totaling more than $4 billion. He has built a successful track record of generating consistent profits in all market conditions and cycles. With over $2 billion in assets under management, DLP Capital’s portfolio includes ownership of more than 15,000 apartments and homes.
Don is the author of the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Amazon bestseller Building an Elite Organization: The Blueprint to Scaling a High-Growth, High-Profit Business. Through the Elite Execution System, as well as the company’s exclusive membership platforms focused on business scaling, investment housing, family, and wealth, DLP Capital impacts lives by empowering its clients to choose, create, grow and preserve prosperity.
Don grew up Bethlehem PA, attended Drexel University, and resides in St. Augustine, FL and Asheville, NC with his wife and three sons. In addition to his passions for scaling businesses, investing in housing, and personal productivity and growth, Don’s passions revolve around family, faith, fitness/health, devouring books, traveling, and spending time outdoors hiking, biking, kayaking, running, playing basketball, tennis, and coaching his boys’ basketball and football teams.