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Celebrating 2 Years In Real Estate

This month marks the 2 year anniversary of my journey in Real Estate. It has been a great adventure! I have always enjoyed helping others – whether through serving my community, my church or my family and friends. Over the past 2 years, I have discovered that Real Estate is another way for me to serve others. Whether it’s getting their home ready to sell, searching for the perfect property or helping them secure the best deal, my  ...

Dream Chaser, Leadership

An Early Lesson in Goal Setting

My first experience with goal setting (that I can remember anyway) came from my piano teacher, Mrs. Hunt.  At the age of 6, I was pretty overwhelmed when she said I would have to perform “Water Sprites” in my first recital without using any music.  How would I ever be able to memorize the music?  “You don’t have to memorize it all in one day,” she explained to me.  Her plan was for me to memorize only a few measures each week. Early on I  ...

Blog, Dream Chaser, Inspiration

What Is Your One Thing?

One reason people don’t make progress toward their goals is that they get overwhelmed at the enormity of the tasks! You may have heard the expression ‘You can eat an elephant if you take one bite at a time.’ In other words, if you have a goal you want to accomplish, you need a step by step approach that breaks down the journey from here to there in doable chunks. Someone once said “Small things done over time will  ...

Blog, Dream Chaser, Life

My Journey To Becoming A Real Estate Agent

I am a list person. I love to write down the things I need to do or want to do. I can’t explain how excited I am to ‘check it off’ when the task is complete. Not only do I like lists in my daily routine, but I also like thinking about bigger things – big dreams, if you will – that I’d like to do in the future. Each year I try to check at least a few of those things off my list. I can’t even remember  ...