Monday, February 10, 2014

Sales Meeting

Hello all,

"Sales Meeting"

Quick coffee from the airport on my way home this morning. Wanted to remind everyone that our next sales meeting is this Friday, 11:15 at Lakewood Country Club. We will be giving out the individual awards for agent production so please make every effort to attend. Many of you did wonderful things last year and I look forward to celebrating your achievements with you.

Enjoy the coffee,

Monday Morning Coffee
"I care not so much what I am to others as what I am to myself. I will be rich by myself, and not by borrowing." 
~ Michel de Montaigne 
We spend a lot of time worrying about how others see us, how we appear and how we act. It’s a form of self-awareness, perhaps, but how much help does it offer us as we try to appraise our own value? Our personal worth lies not so much in other people’s estimation, but in how comfortable we are with ourselves. 
At last year's convention of the National Association of REALTORS®, a keynote speech was given by Phil McGraw, the clinical psychologist popularly known as “Dr. Phil.” His take on this week’s quote is to think of your life as a bank account. If you keep making withdrawals without making any deposits, you’ll end up bankrupt. 
Withdrawals might include things like working late hours, handling emergency situations, mental anguish over money or relationships – you get the idea. We all have a list of activities that drain our energy, whether or not they are for our good or the good of others. 
Then there are deposits, like taking a vacation, spending time on a favorite hobby, a romantic evening with our spouse or partner. Surely you can think of a lot things you’d love to do, but don’t feel you’ve got that much time to devote to just yourself. 
In the words of Dr. Phil, “The most important relationship you have in your life is with yourself.” It’s true – how can you possibly nurture successful personal and business relationships if you aren’t happy with who you are and how you feel? Unless you put yourself first, you’ll end up physically and emotionally bankrupt – leaving you with nothing to invest in your relationships with others. 
You can’t borrow from others what you need to achieve success. You’ve heard it before that it’s never too late to begin building equity – in yourself!

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