Change is often nothing more than an unexpected opportunity. Don't get me wrong, 2020 was not only a humbling year but a successful one by any measure. Receiving a "Diamond Award" with Homesmart simply showcases the amount of impact I was able to have in serving my clients, family and friends. But sometimes, we must seek to not only understand when to change the direction of our path but when/whom may have the ability to help us change the speed of our trajectory.
Fixated on the height of our potential, we often overlook the breadth of our impact. True north is a walk between the two paths.
The more you understand, the better you are. Sometimes we can fear 'tangents' but I have come to find that tangents are many times the foundation to what will differentiate you from someone else.
I have been in the real estate business for 14 years now. Currently, I am an associate broker at Homesmart International and my work is based in the Phoenix Metropolitan area in Arizona. On the top level, I am an advisor (Ramneek's LinkedIn). A real estate broker is just one method from which I deliver value to my clients but over the years I began to see dynamics that are, often times, difficult for people in this business to overcome. One particular nuance to this business has much to do with the following statement: