He said to me, “You are a terrible person.”
And I could not disagree. Even though my Mom always said I was “Good as gold,” I knew she was laying a cover story for all of the bad things that I did in life.
And over the years many have said similar things about me for…
- Making sure that anyone who has shown interest in buying a home in a neighborhood where I have a listing gets an opportunity to know about it.
- Not backing down to someone who was trying to strong-arm my client.
- Standing up for something that I fully believe will benefit my community.
- Making sure that people hold up their end of the bargain.
- Being honest and giving my true opinion.
- Helping someone who may not have deserved it.
- Exposing the questionable tactics of others.
- Acknowledging someone who has been pushed to the margins.
- Focusing on the positive.
- Finding a way over, under or around the biggest problems.
This is just who I am. And if this is wrong, then I want to fully embrace my awfulness.
Long ago, I would have been stressed and angered over such a comment.
I’ve come to peace and accepted the fact that I am a terrible person.
And I know it’s the truth because I read it on the internet.
If you want to be terrible too, then I have an opportunity for you here:
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The March training will be released soon.
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