In a recent interview conducted by Eric Dye, Samuel Strauch was asked about his real estate business, challenges he faces, advice and his take on Flow and Happiness.
His company Metrik Real Estate, was opened in 2002 and he has been there for 15 years now. It’s located in South Beach Florida and offers equity, development, brokerage and management services for Real Estate to the U.S and several other Latin companies. Strauch stated that he tries to integrate each element of real estate into their portfolio. His featured skills include investment, marketing and equity sources and development. Eric Dye asked Strauch what one of the most challenging obstacles are that he faces in his career.
With to which he replied, “the most challenging yet most rewarding is integrating a high-caliber team for whatever project I am doing in that moment”. He later gets questioned on flow and happiness. He proceeded to explain he thought about it since he was a child. He stated that a few years ago he was watching a Harvard Professor on television and he was talking about how so many institutes were studying happiness as well as flow. Strauch said he grabbed as much information as possible and added it to his daily life. He says one of the most rewarding routines that he uses regarding flow and happiness is the daily practice of meditation. He does it every day and he said it helps him to better focus and mentally prepare for whatever comes his way.
For most of the interview Samuel Strauch sounded professional and well put together but, when asked for his opinion on basic pillars for your social and professional life, the passion he shows in his work projected in his voice. He stated that whether you’re going through a professional or a personal obstacle, you have to be sure what you’re doing, you’re doing for a purpose. He stated you have to make sure you’re interested in what you’re doing. “The worst thing someone can do is take part in something that they do not fully believe in”, says Mr. Strauch.
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