Boom! The year is just about over, in the blink of an eye. Perhaps
this is a normal feeling for someone who is constantly working, but
maybe it’s something else. Maybe it’s simply the fact that the world
we live in, is getting busier, and busier. My 89 year old grandmother
even feels it, and she spends most days at home…

Getting caught up in the busyness of this world is an easy task to
accomplish. Not only does time fly by us, but we often forget to
take a step back, and truly reflect on what our year was like.
Spending that time to pin point where we can improve our lives is
absolutely necessary in my eyes. Neglecting the thoughts, and
feelings that take place between our own two ears because we lack
reflection time, is a silly mistake to make. One that is easily
avoidable if we’re aware enough to do something about it.

It has taken me 33 years to get to a point where I can carefully
dissect my behavior and actions on a regular basis, and tweak
things as I see needed. By no means am I a pro, but I have seen
massive beneficial changes in my life because of this.

In regards to my work life, I have slowly drifted from what truly
matters to me. I’m here to provide an experience unlike most
provided in the real estate world. A high quality product which
allows an individual to walk away from a transaction feeling
fantastic about their purchase/sale, and the experience.

This year, I realized there is really only one way for me to
make this a reoccurring reality. In order to be satisfied with
myself, and the product I put out, I have decided to put a cap on
the number of clients I work with each year.

I’m sure most real estate agents would officially crap their pants
if they read this, but it’s something that I think more should put
into practice. There is only so much one individual can do before
getting sloppy, and I’m not about slop. I’ll take less money any
day of the week if I’m able to provide a higher quality product
for my clients. This is my way of putting my money where my mouth