It's simple. Our clients have selected us because: - We have in-depth knowledge and expertise in real estate gained through years of helping clients successfully close transactions.
- We listen to our clients, communicate well and are responsive to their needs. - We are committed to working closely with our clients to achieve prompt and creative solutions to their real estate matters.
We have earned our clients’ trust. We hope to earn yours.
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Congratulations to Dawn, Luis and Kimani on achieving Employee of The Month at their locations!
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Putting these together makes me so very excited! I am so grateful to all of my family, friends, and customers who have supported me in my business for the last 2 years. Because of you guys I push myself everyday to get and do better. It’s makes me so extremely happy to know I can put a smile on your face with with a little self care and self love. Thank you so much!! I love each and every one of you 💋
When I was in high school, I straight up had a teacher who informed me I would never have real friends or a great life with my “fuck you” attitude. 🙃
I honestly believed her for a while. I tried to be nicer. Less sarcastic. Less fuck you to people who just didn’t get me. I tried to fit in whatever mold she had meant to push me into.
It was comical, looking back on it now.
After a while I grew tired of that, so I just said fuck it. People were going to like me, or they weren’t. But somewhere in my mind it still bothered me when people blatantly didn’t get me.
Here’s the thing y’all - I’m sarcastic af. I’m a smart ass. I have a crude sense of humor, and just about anything you can say, I can make it sound perverted.
I make a lot of people super uncomfortable because they genuinely have zero idea how to take me.
And it’s taken my a long two decades to really come to terms with the fact that I will never be everyone’s cup of tea.
I always mean the best - but tough love is what I have to give. It doesn’t vibe with some people, and that’s O K A Y.
For almost a decade I’ve worked in customer service - where I’m forced to work with people who either love me, or really don’t. But nonetheless, I have to work with them. Management who don’t always enjoy my snarky comments. Customers who think me trying to be funny, is really me being rude.
And my paycheck literally depends on me trying to force myself to be someone I’m not to make other people more money than me.
When I started coaching - my coach said, okay be you and go talk to your people!
Like. What? You mean... I get to choose my clients and coworkers? Huh? 😂
It truly was baffling at first y’all - but it’s turned into one of the biggest and most snazzy blessings you could think of.
My mentor is literally like me with pink hair.
My business bestie is literally just like me.
My clients and coaches? Just like me.
I don’t have to shove myself in a box, or mold, or put on my happy ‘how can I help you’ face. I just have to be me, and that’s pretty damn awesome.👯♀️🌈
So if that sounds like a dream, the links in my bio for my free sneak peek group about what I do and how you can too boo.
Let’s go pick your coworkers.👀👋
We like to say that our custom home designs are like “a three-legged stool” and each leg of the stool needs to be in balance. In this analogy,the first leg represents the needs of the people. For example,who will be living in the home? What do they enjoy doing? How is their health and ability? Will this home be a vacation home or primary residence? And so on. The second leg of the stool represents the needs of the site. For example, which direction do the prevailing winds come from? What is the best placement for maximum solar gain? Is it a level site? Steeply sloped? What are the setbacks? How can this home nestle naturally and beautifully into the space? The third leg of the stool represents the needs of the budget. It is important to have a clear goal, to allocate a line item for each aspect of the project and to work with the budget in order to achieve the goal. In our world, three beautifully balanced legs = dream home!
The Azul Review: Part 2, Airport
When traveling, the airport experience can be one of the most volatile parts of the trip; with unknowns like delays, security line, baggage claim, etc.
Check out our bio to see how Azul is handling this part of the trip and the extra human touch they place on the experience.
Heidi Munc, the AVP of Customer Experience at Nationwide on how her team leverages experience strategy initiatives to design improved experiences for @nationwide customers and partners. #HolisticCx
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Michelle and Kayo from Palomar Health with our Commercial and Transit Territory Sales Manager, Cole Crockett practicing their perfect Vanna White pose with their New Diamond Coach VIP 2500 Buses!
It was a pleasure working with you and we can't wait to work with you again!
Thank you for your business!
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The KIA Sorento doesn’t disappoint when it comes to style + class + safety + amenities✨ Stop in and check one out for yourself. Check off all your “want” boxes in a KIA.
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Did you know the amount of garbage buried in landfill has doubled since 1960 😱 Most of which can be reduced, re-used, and recycled. If you answered B, you're correct!
I decided to embrace the ambiguity of this interaction, though that's not initially what I intended. Sometimes in the library maybe doing the correct thing isn't the best idea... -Gene
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Pain Causes Movement
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