5 Things I’m Most Thankful for That Impact My Business On A Daily Basis …
Social Media – I get the opportunity daily to share my experiences, and the learning lessons I’ve gained through serving my Valued-Clients which hopefully helps past, present, and future Clients gain positive relocating wisdom.
Referrals – I am thankful for the best compliment I could ever be given, a referral. They come from past Valued-Clients, from Colleagues, from Family, from Friends, from you who read my social media posts, from Attorneys, from Loan Officers, from Inspectors, the results of my efforts to serve with the best possible customer service practices.
Support Team – it is vital to be affiliated with an office with systems in place to serve my Valued-Clients with excellence, and very courteous customer care. Our Support Team is simply awesome at this, and I make an effort to let them know they are appreciated every chance I get.
My I-phone – I get invited to a lot of social events, and love to make my Friends famous taking photos of them at events. I appreciate the opportunity to create joyous memories for them. I also call it my office away from the office. Where ever I may be, if Valued-Client needs my service, my I-phone creates an office atmosphere for me in a moment.
My great health – My Mom would tell me constantly growing up to protect my health. She would say “when you have great health, you can always make money!” I’ve updated that statement by constantly reminding myself “Life’s 1st Prize Is Great Health.” I am very fortunate my Doctor and my Dentist are also my good friends and Clients. They both make sure I see them twice a year. Plus, I set a goal to fit power-walking into my daily routine. I know exactly how far I need to walk to keep myself in weight-loss zone. Walking helps me to manage my stress and it keeps me dreaming about what I’d like to accomplish. When I’m dreaming I don’t mind doing the things I need to do to make those things happen. In fact, today I had a dream come true. I walked in a place I’ve dreamed of walking in for a few decades.