It was just another 30 days on the calendar, or so I thought. If someone had told me I would publish 30 articles in 30 days, while managing over 20 tenants, and dominating my demanding corporate finance job all at once, I might have laughed.
But here I am, a living testament that there truly are no limits in life.
First things first, I never do anything half-ass. When I commit, I obsess.
My website, edgarescoto.com, isn’t just a testament to my determination, but to my undying spirit.
Every article written, every story shared, is a piece of my journey—a marker of my relentless drive.
The majority of my days were a blend of number crunching and word crafting.
Between the spreadsheets of my corporate finance job and the WordPress dashboard of my blog, blog.edescoto.com, my screen time shot up.
But so did my ambition.
Writing about real estate isn’t just about bricks and square footage. It’s about dreams, investments, and a better future.
Pair that with personal finance and minimalism, and you have a trifecta of empowerment.
My articles weren’t just words; they were blueprints for those looking to build a life where less truly is more.
Amidst all this, managing 20+ tenants was not just about collecting rents and dealing with shit (literally—plumbing issues).
It was a lesson in patience, time management, and sheer determination. Each tenant, a story, each property, a chapter in my ever-evolving book of life.
Every morning as I woke up, there was a fire within. The challenges only fueled this fire.
Whether it was meeting a deadline at work, fixing a plumbing issue at one of my properties, or finding the right idea for my next article – I was unstoppable.
Sure, there were days when I felt overwhelmed. Days when the weight of my tasks felt like the world was on my shoulders.
But then I’d think of my readers.
I’d think of those relying on my expertise in real estate, those inspired by my tales of minimalism, and those who saw my journey and believed they could do it too.
So, here’s the bottom line:
If I can publish 30 articles, manage 20+ tenants, and excel in a high-powered finance job, all in one whirlwind month, what’s stopping you from chasing your dreams?
Whether it’s the corporate ladder, the world of real estate, or smashing the keys on a keyboard—don’t let limits define you.
As for me, I’m going to take some time to refocus on where I want to finish the year.
What did I learn during the past 30 days?
The only limits that exist are the ones we place on ourselves.
Take ownership, rise up, and create the life you want!
I now know with absolute certainty that the world rewards action. I will act with unforgiving aggression with the focus of a trained sniper.
Do not let anyone or anything get in your way.
And if something dares to block your path, smash through it with disregard for life itself, because whether you realize it or not, you are fighting for your life.
The world will come to realize—get in the way and get run the fuck over!
I thought it would be fun to share that 1,608 people enjoyed reading my articles over the past 30 days. Here are a few screenshots of what readers viewed most and what country they’re from.
Thank you — Edgar.
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