Kelsey Kaszas loves numbers.
But crunching numbers too much can be a crutch, rather than a tool.
Before she enrolled in Your First Rental Property (YFRP), Kelsey found herself stuck in analysis paralysis. She wanted to invest in rental property, but she kept crunching theoretical numbers without taking action.
“When people talk about how difficult it is to get over analysis paralysis, that is me, that is absolutely me, because I’m such a numbers person,” she said. “I love to analyze every single aspect of something new.”
She’s not alone.
Analysis is great. But analysis paralysis, when overthinking or overanalyzing leads to inaction, is one of the most common obstacles new investors face.
When you’re putting significant savings on the line, analysis paralysis is a normal fear-based response.
But it sidelines you. It shortens your time in the market and the compounding gains that follow.
Kelsey recognized this and enrolled in the course to learn how to rigorously analyze properties without succumbing to analysis paralysis.
She learned how to transform analysis into action.