Being a realtor involves a lot of problem solving and patience. This transaction was by far the toughest I’ve encountered. It taught me many lessons, patience, negotiation skills, and most of all how important it is to have a team around you. This is definitely a sweet experience in helping a friend sell his home and get his hard earned time and money back. Thank you to all who’s supported me throughout this one. Real Estate is a great career, but people on the outside only see the good from it. Never see how much work realtors, brokers, mortgage lenders, TC’s, and family go through to make deals happen. Much appreciated to my support system. Who’s next?
In every relationship you need some trust and that trust I have kept on you 💞🌍💍
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your personal info has been for sale on the dark web since TOR was established.... u can buy full info for $1.50
So dont let the devils manipulate you, the devils are using you to attack the corporation for saving you.... dont let them separate you from the organizations/incorporations that really care about our people + our Host
notice how everytime a corporation has a dispute with the old gods....they get attacked by hackers or prosecuted for sexualt assualt charges that supposedly happened 90 years ago???? without @facebook there is No Hope, NO real news, NO accountability, No freedom of speech/press .... without facebook we are all doomed... ask urselves citizens of the world.... who do u trust ? ur friends and neighbors with factual statememts /real live event pictures /video OR the news agencies that have been feeding you lies ALL ur life ???? #Americans#trust#facebook rely on ur friends and neighbors for news... the only social media without censorship #fb#instagram
Trust is a key foundational element in healthy relationships. .
When you say you’re going to do something, do it. When you make a promise, keep it.
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I remember being young and life was much simpler. I remember waking up on Saturdays and just going on bike rides and hanging out with friends because that was the only day it could happen. I remember the days that I would throw on a basketball jersey and join my team on the court, not because I HAD to, but because I WANTED to. I remember packing my bags and all of my belongings to start a new life in a new town with people I had never seen or met before. I remember the feeling of loneliness in that time because I was by myself, or so I thought. I remember the first time I made friends in a newer city, who would be the constant guide for me in my life. I remember stepping foot in Dallas for the first time as a resident and how crazy that new journey would be, or how I thought it was going to be easy. I remember living back home with my parents and how my life changed forever because of the faithfulness of friends and family, and their overwhelming sense of prayer and love for me.
I am constantly reminded of my past and how I have affected so many people, but more importantly those who have affected me for the greater. I am just a nobody, trying to love The One who calls me a somebody in hopes of using me as one who can reach the lost.
Your past does not define you, but has brought you to where you are. I pray that place is restfully in the arms of our Savior.
Be thankful this week as the day we celebrate a holiday that should be celebrated daily approaches. Reflect on the good in your life and don’t allow the bad to weigh you down. There is more in store for your life than you know, you just have to trust and believe.
Saving lives one day at a time. This photo was taken 6 days after my 1st visit on Nov 1 to City of Hope after finding out I had colorectal cancer and 5 days pre-surgery. All I could ask myself was is this really happening or is this just a bad dream. 4 months newly married to My McDreamy, 5 beautiful thriving children and finally after years of hard work a thriving company. My life was so blessed as never before but in one afternoon a routine colonoscopy changed my life forever. I look at this picture and think how could you not know that cancer was growing inside you. How could you be so stupid? Why am I not sick? Why now? I say all this in hopes of saving lives. The moral of my story is don’t wait to get your routine checks because you’re too busy trying to build your empire. Here we are, finally made a cover and just in time for my true journey to begin.💕 The hardest battle I will ever have to fight has begun 6 days now post surgery but I will preserver. Onward Soldier. #colorectalsurgery#coloncancer#colonscopy#maggiebeatscancer#knowyourbody#colorectalcancerawareness#divinciroboticsurgery#maggielarsonmammoth#trustyourjourney#faith#hope#trust#believe. Full article: CALIFORNIA 11-19-18:
This week's #motivationmonday is for all the good fathers out there that are always around for and supporting their kids to the fullest.
Last Tuesday was the end of a long, stressful time in my life, fighting for sole custody of my oldest daughter.
First off, I just want to thank everyone who supported and encouraged me to follow my beliefs and never stop fighting for my daughter.
When I first started this process, damn near everyone told me it would be impossible and I would never gain custody of my daughter. I did not let what everyone was saying discourage me or talk me out of what was best for my daughter just because it would be hard, it would take a lot of time, and a lot of money.
I spent hours upon hours preparing facts and providing my lawyer with the details we needed for court. Even though it was frustrating and hard to hear things that aren't true, I knew what I had to do.. let the facts speak for themselves and keep being a good dad and an honest man.
I'm grateful beyond words for the outcome, not because I won a fight that could've been avoided, but because I'm grateful that the court system now looks at the details and the best interests of the child. Just because you're a man, that doesn't mean you don't have equal rights and can't be the main guardian for your child.
So to all the good fathers fighting for visitation, access, or custody, never let someone tell you it's impossible and never give up on fighting for your child.
The answer to “Why is this happening to me?”
A Divine Storm, as I call them, are moments in your life when you feel like life/The Divine/The Universe is against you. Nothing is going well.
You question everything and maybe even say something like “Why is this happening to me?”
What I’ve come to find, is that moments like this are powerful opportunities to grow.
Divine Storms are wake up calls.
They are not ushering in the end, but rather clearing space for what’s trying to be born in your life.
But – we tend to interrupt the process. We hang on to how it was & fear how it could be. And perhaps we slip into assuming the worst, instead of preparing for a miracle.
You see, when you go through a crisis, a hard time, a moment of pain – there is always, & I do mean always, a breakthrough on the other side.
And just past the breakthrough, the new awareness, the “aha moment” you’ve been searching for appears.
We need not worry. We need not assume the worst.But rather, make our aim to surrender our will to Divine Will.
Instead of trying to make The Divine make sense, we release the need to know why things happen as they do & step into the trust that we are being guided in every moment.
And we choose to believe that what we are going through now is preparing us for what we desire.
You are not being punished; you are being prepared.
Prepared for more love.
Prepared for more impact.
Prepared to inspire change in others.
Prepared for more awareness.
Prepared for your dreams.
When we step out into the sweet unknown, we can release the thoughts of our life falling apart.We can choose to believe that when life falls apart, it’s not over, but rather the energy is moving,shifting to reflect the changes in our inner world.
We need not fear the changes but embrace them with a feeling of surrender that the universe knows what’s best for us.
And in doing so, we can begin to find peace within transition; & we can bring meaning to loss.What no longer serves you is being removed from your life,& a new power is coming to you.At first it won’t make sense. But soon, you will know why things had to be the way they were.Until then – assume the best. Don’t stop a miracle in progress.