Monday, November 10, 2014

Office Numbers

Hello all,

"Office Numbers"

Well our little company continues to grow as it has every year since we started. Very proud to say that because not many Real Estate Companies can! In 2013 the three offices did a combined 370M in volume. We crossed the 370M mark at the end of October this year and should end the year around 425M. So thankful for all of you and to be a part of this amazing run. Many more great things to come for all of us and looking forward to an even better 2015.

Enjoy the coffee,

Monday Morning Coffee
"If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them." 
~ Henry David Thoreau
"Follow the yellow brick road," sang Dorothy and her unusual entourage in The Wizard of Oz, as they marched toward the Emerald City. The road was clear and their direction set. What they didn't know was that the good witch and the joyful munchkins had sent them down a road leading to a wanna-be fake wizard behind a curtain.
Have you ever had friends or family direct you to take a "yellow brick road" of their imagining? If you blindly followed their advice, you may have ended up in your own Emerald City of disappointment. The truth is that you have the power to create and follow a yellow brick road of your own, one that leads to the realization of your dreams.
The hard part is that YOU must also lay the paving stones of that road. You must first decide on a destination, and then be certain that each brick faces in that direction. Along the way, you may be distracted by winged monkeys or a wicked witch of your own making. If you succumb to those distractions, you may look back to find that your paving stones are uneven and lead in the wrong direction.
Only by having your destination clearly in mind will you arrive unscathed by life's many dead-ends and hairpin twists and turns. You must also be committed to the work involved - choosing only the right bricks, having the patience and perseverance to lay them straight, and the strength to avoid life's temptations as you work.
In the words of Thoreau - "If you have built castles in the air . . . "

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