Inspiration for 2010 and Beyond

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Real Estate Agent with The De Fusco TEAM Keller Williams Arizona Realty

Inspiration for 2010 and beyond...I've been doing a lot of reading lately, as well as a few webinars. I don't know if anyone else is noticing, but we are in a more rapid phase of change than I've ever experienced in my lifetime. From technology, Facebook and other social media, changes to our financial frameworks, and a mindset to approach business and relationships differently than ever before. Here's what I believe.
Get on board or be left behind!
One of the strongest messages I've received most recently was dealing with self talk and fear issues. Though fear represents different things to different people, what it actually becomes is an obstacle. However we decide to deal with the obstacle determines our ability to obtain our goal. The insight I've gained is treating fear as an opportunity to grow. The lesson I heard stated, "treat the fear as a façade or a mirage, as that is truly what it is. Go into that fear and it disappears. The fear is in the mind used as, what ifs, to protect.  This has really opened my mind and my abundant possibilities in life. Could it be I've been my own biggest obstacle? Perhaps!
But it is not too late to get on board!

As always, I would love for you to share your insights!

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David Monsour
Keller Williams Keystone Realty - Gettysburg, PA
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Fear is so powerful.  Sometimes it's good, sometimes bad.  For example fear is bad when it prevents you from making contact with someone that you could possible do business with.  Fear is good when it keeps you from jumping off a bridge or committing to a mortgage you know damn well you can't afford. 

What are you reading by the way?  I seem to remember seeing that line before. 

Jan 08, 2010 09:58 AM #1
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Charlie Ragonesi
AllMountainRealty.com - Big Canoe, GA
Homes - Big Canoe, Jasper, North Georgia Pros

Well I think that all the changes are some what overwhelming. You want to know what to do , you are faced with tons of possibilites, and can only go into so many directions at one time. So I guess this is what causes fear. But maybe picking a few things and seeing if they work and then moving on is the answer. At least this is what I am doing to handle the tons of tech stuff thrown my way

Jan 08, 2010 09:58 AM #2
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Celia Maddox
Solutions Real Estate-The Celtic Connection - Gilbert, AZ

This is a very difficult time for all businesses, especially real estate.  Changes almost daily.  Good Luck,

Jan 08, 2010 09:58 AM #3
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Linda De Fusco
The De Fusco TEAM Keller Williams Arizona Realty - Scottsdale, AZ
The Arizona Rainmaker

David...check out Dave Jenks..free enterprise warriers.com

Charlie and Celia best wishes to you, may you overcome all obstacles!

Jan 08, 2010 10:20 AM #4
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Jim Startzman
Long and Foster Real Estate - Wilmington, DE

I think that fear is the one thing that drives us.  We have to understand it, face it and let it drive you thru the obsticles that you think are in front of you.  Any time we have a challenge there is a certain amount of fear in accomplishing it (or not accomplishing it)  I believe that our fears are our biggest character builders.  Thanks Linda!

Jan 08, 2010 11:58 AM #5
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Linda De Fusco
The De Fusco TEAM Keller Williams Arizona Realty - Scottsdale, AZ
The Arizona Rainmaker

yes indeed, but we need to look at theam as speed bumps rather than walls

Jan 08, 2010 07:09 PM #6
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