These are 3 of the 4 traits that have molded me into the person I am today and will help me be successful in the years to come.
I love my family very much, they inspire me to share that love with all my clients. I have been told in the past to JUST sell the shoe and move on to the next. I never agreed with that philosophy, HENCE why I went from managing $100,000 to $3 million a year store TO BECOMING A REAL ESTATE AGENT. The love I gave AND GIVE my customers was paid back over and over again for 1 reason... I actually gave a damn about them. (I think as blunt as it is and true it may come across rudely).
Time after time AGAIN I have had many opportunities to MISTREAT, FOR LACK OF A BEDER WORD, people over in transactions and HAVE ALSO BEEN tested by my employees to see if I would break the rules in order to get ahead OF my peErs. At the end of the day, I would rather walk with my head up high and with a clear con-science. It may have taken me a bit longer to get to the top of the mountain, but I did it knowing that I got there because I deserved to be there.
I was brought up by a Minister and a Baker who taught me to not only respect my elders, but to also respect the people who have worked hard and have succeeded in life. Never be jealous or hate OTHERS, BUT RATHER learn from them and respect them. In doing so not only have I grown tobe a better person, but I have also learned to serve my clients in a way that many people will never be able to do. By now your wondering what's number 4 and if you have read 1,2,3 you deserve to read number 4.
If my clients are not having fun with me then I'm not doing a good job.
Yes, dealing with a large transaction like selling OR PURCHASING A home can be very stressful, but that's where I come in . People have told me In the past that I have a special way of making people feel comfortable and at ease. I LIKE TO CONSIDER THIS TO BE TRUE, AS MY PREVIOUS CLIENTS CAN ALSO AGREE. I AM NOT CERTAIN how I do it, but I believe that IN having fun, BEING HONEST AND REALSTIC, and putting smiles on people's faces are a HUGE part of it.