Never ignore a gut feeling,
but never believe that it's enough.
I had a gut feeling that I should be in real estate in 2010. However jumping into something just isn't my style. I did some research and found out what I needed to obtain my license and things I should look for/at when checking out different brokerages.
I interviewed with a few agencies and was sorely disappointed. Not that they were bad or that they said/did anything to upset me, they just didn't keep that gut feeling ignited. I was glad that I didn't jump; my gut just wasn't right. At that moment...
Then I was introduced to Keller Williams.
From the moment I walked through the door at KW, I was family. The OP (operating principle) gave me a copy of Gary Keller's MREA and told me to stop back any time. The TL (team leader) invited me to attend the new agent classes and I hadn't even signed up to take my licensing classes yet! The gut feeling returned. I belonged here.
My gut feeling about what I was supposed to be doing was right. I just had to find the right place to do it.
So, never ignore a gut feeling, but never believe it's enough.
But sometimes it is, you just need to wait a little bit ;)
It was brought to my attention by a Mr. Bob Crane that it's been a while since I've shared some cookie papers and that my words of wisdom might be missed. Well, I had to please the masses... Fortune Cookie Friday is back and boy do I have a lot of fortunes to share with you!