Let’s figure out which one you are.
A buyer is someone who fully commits to something and gives more than what is required because they are so bought in. A buyer is someone who doesn’t stop when things get hard, they overcome adversity. A buyer is someone who understands that it’s a marathon not a sprint. A buyer is someone who truly knows what they are after.
A renter is someone who has one foot in and one foot out. A renter is someone who seeks comfort over growth. A renter is someone who expects quick results and doesn’t practice patience. A renter is someone who doesn’t move with intention.
When you are bought in into something, you give it your all and some. You understand that it is going to take work and you’re ok with it because you have a goal in mind that you’re after. If you’re not bought it, your effort completely reflects on the results.
Being a buyer or a renter can be applied to anything in life. Are you a buyer or renter for your health? Are you a buyer or a renter for your career? Are you a buyer or renter for your relationship? Are you a buyer or renter in your friendship?
If you find yourself being a renter in any of those questions, it’s time to find out why.