WINNING! It's Not Just for Charlie Sheen Anymore
by Michelle Carr Crowe.
For anyone who missed the craziness that was the Charlie Sheen firing from "Two and a Half Men" comedy, "Winning!" is a phrase Charlie Sheen used in describing himself and his position.
For me, WINNING is not about drama. At Keller Williams, it's Win-Win or No Deal.
Kind of like these penguins here who reminded me of the "Two and a Half Men" characters. Seriously, doesn't the penguin on the right remind you of Alan, the one on the left Charlie Sheen's character and the smaller one in the middle, the "half" of the "half men"?
Recently I've interacted with a poor real estate agent who's still working from the book, "Winning Through Intimidation." I keep wanting to tell her, "Honey, you need to get a new book." I'd tell her about Millionaire Real Estate Agent but I think the problem is in her "stinkin' thinkin'" as Zig Ziglas would say.
So nothing I've written here has anything to do with selling Silicon Valley homes, but it gives readers a taste of the real, sometimes random, me.
ANYWAY, I what actually started rambling on about, I mean, writing about, was the exhilrating feeling of WINNING!
If you wrote a blog post in the Most Outrageous Story Contest, you may be WINNING, too-500 points, that is. So thanks AR for the contest and the fun of WINNING in a true Win-Win situation.