Monday, August 11, 2014

Dana Herson

Hello all,

"Dana Herson"

We are very pleased to announce that we have brought Dana into our RE/MAX Town Center family. Mark introduced Dana at the sales meeting on Friday, wanted to fill you in if your were not there. Dana is going to where several hats, taking some of the duties off of the admins, helping Mark with recruiting and providing additional services to the agents.

Dana graduated from Salisbury University in 2011 with a degree in Psychology and Philosophy. She has a diverse professional background in marketing, event planning, customer service, staffing & recruiting, art therapy and mentoring those with developmental disabilities. In addition, Dana is extremely passionate about and involved in the performing arts. 

Here is a preliminary list of what she will be doing:  

Assisting new Associates in their transition into RXTC.

Assisting Mark in recruiting.

Training new Associates on our technology.

Assisting Associates with their RMI profile & website.

In office support for Associates with Video & Photography.

Communications & Event planning.

Social Media for the offices.

Please welcome Dana when you meet her!

Enjoy the coffee,

Monday Morning Coffee
"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I -
I took the one less traveled by,
and that has made all the difference." 
~ Robert Frost
On the playground of any school, and on any day, you can witness examples of children playing "follow the leader." One hops, skips, or jumps, and all the others follow. As adults, however, many of those children play a variation of that game - called "follow the follower."
On the job, they look around, see how someone else is doing their work, and duplicate the effort. What they don't realize is that their fellow employee is also watching someone else. A circular game of "follow the follower" evolves, resulting in a mediocre work force. The same can be true in marriages, education, hobbies, and sports.
Consider the story of a telephone operator in a small town. Every day she received a call from a gentleman asking for the correct time. Finally, one day, she asked the mystery caller who he was and why he called every day. His answer? "I'm the one who blows the whistle at the factory each day at noon. I like to be right on time!" The operator laughed and then responded, "Here at the telephone company, we set our watches and clocks by the noon whistle at the factory!"
Tired of playing follow the follower? Want to rejuvenate your life? Begin acting like the unique person you already are. See what everyone else is doing . . . and do something different. Strike out in the direction of your own imagination instead of theirs.
In the words of Henry David Thoreau, "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you've imagined."

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