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    The Courage to Begin “Start by doing what is necessary; then do what is possible; and suddenly you are doing what is impossible.” - Saint Francis of Assisi The new school year has begun, and while many of us have ‘been there and done that,’ as a student, as a parent, or both, we understand that the start of school is both exciting and frightening. It’s a lot like starting a new career, like making the decision to get a real estate license. You know it’s time for a change, …

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    Success, Service and Servant-Leadership “It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed.” – Napoleon Hill –   This months topic for my Champions School of Real Estate blog started off around the topic of  ‘service.’ While providing excellent service to our clients is important, the more I thought about this word ‘service,’ the more often I was led to the word ‘servant,’ and of course a buzz word we hear a good bit about today is ‘servant-leadership.’

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    The Secret to Real Estate Success We’ve almost reached the midpoint of the year, a time at which we should be able to look back briefly and determine whether or not what we set out to achieve at the beginning of the year is actually being accomplished. For a fair number of us, that look back will concern us, because we are not achieving our goals. And if we believe that in some form or fashion the results we had hoped for will magically appear, well, that’s not …

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  Nothing is Impossible if you Persevere Perseverance is one of the greatest qualities we can empower on the path to becoming the very best we can be, because as it implies, perseverance knows no quit. Perseverance is the difference between mediocrity and greatness. William James said, “Most people never run far enough on their first wind to find out they have a second,” and while James wasn’t talking about a runner, I will, because a marathon runner is an excellent example of perseverance. A “second wind,” when it comes …

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Luck: Where Preparation Meets Opportunity It’s only fitting we consider the word ‘luck’ on St. Patrick’s Day; you know, that “luck of the Irish” thing, and while I am not Irish, I guess I could say I believe in luck, and then again, I don’t believe in luck depending upon how ‘luck’ is defined. And many of us confuse ‘luck’ with ‘destiny.’ But in that it is St. Patrick’s Day, let’s talk about luck. Webster defines luck as, “success or failure brought about by chance through one’s own actions,” and …


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