Thursday, December 27, 2018
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Passionate: I love what I do!
Professionalism: I am truthful and treat all with dignity and respect.
Persistent: I don't stop until the job is done!
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Monday, October 29, 2018
Tuesday, October 23, 2018
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Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Sunday, September 16, 2018
Tuesday, August 28, 2018
I was watching television and I heard this, "The eyes see only what the mind is prepared to comprehend." Wow! As I think of this statement it can make a lot of sense in a lot of ways. For example: If you are in a relationship and know he is cheating BUT you are not prepared to confront him about it. You are afraid that he may lie or try to make you feel bad or admit it and leave you. Whatever the case, you are not prepared to deal with any of the outcomes that could happen if you bring it up. You may somehow think that ignoring it will make it disappear. It won't! But until you are able to face it, you will continue to be angry/hurt/mad/sad. We all have things that we may not be able to comprehend at any given time in our lives. So, as you go through life, ask yourself: "What am I not facing because of a fear of the outcome?" It may make us more aware of who we are, what we want and how we are going to achieve our goals and dreams in life. Be honest with yourself. It is the only way you will allow yourself to grow and move forward in life.
Monday, August 20, 2018
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Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Monday, July 2, 2018
I was riding the other day and an old Wilson Pickett somg came on the radio. The name of the song is "Don't Knock My Love" and the chorus is ”If you don't like it, don't knock it. Somebody else might wanna rock it. If you don't need it, don't waste it, somebody else might wanna taste it." Now Mr. Pickett was singing about love bit can't we apply that in other areas of life? I was thinking about the business opportunities we are a part of and present to others. Some may want to talk badly about our business and knock it. But someone else may see the vision and wanna rock it! Then some get into our business half-heartedly and we waste it (our time) trying to get them to stay. When there are others that we should be working with or recruiting who wanna taste it (our business).
So our job, then, is to distinguish between the two types of prospects and give our time and attention to those who see the vision and want to put in the work to make it happen for themselves and their family. Doing that will save us from a lot of headaches and stress. Just remember, no matter how much you push, pull or tug, a round peg does not fit in a square hole.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Monday, April 9, 2018
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Sunday, April 1, 2018
I heard on the news recently that a woman got hit by a train. It immediately got me thinking, how could that happen. As I read the story, it said the woman was driving and came up to the tracks and the arms were down. She got out of her car and manually raised the arms. As she was walking back to her car, she was struck by the train.
There were so many unanswered questions and perplexing thoughts that came to my mind after reading the story.
The first question was, "Why was she in such a hurry?" If the arms were down, that means the train is coming! Why would you get out of your car to move the arms so you could cross the tracks? Did she think the train was not actually coming and the arms were malfunctioning? Or did she know the train was coming but reasoned she had plenty of time to cross before it got there? We will never know. What I do know is that her death was preventable. Has she just been patient and waited for the train to pass, she could have continued on to her destination.
I have seen impatient people who have weaved their car through the flashing arms of a railroad crossing. And I wondered why. What's the big rush? And is getting there a few seconds earlier worth the enormous risk? I suppose to some it is. But for me, nothing is that serious for me to put my life in that type of danger. Sit there, be patient and count box cars or read an email or sing a favorite song. Life is precious and should be treated as such. Don't let anything or anyone get your mind and body in such a rush that you forget your worth.
Sunday, March 4, 2018
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Saturday, March 3, 2018
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
1. Use credit cards or get behind on them.
2. Buy a car.
3. Omit liabilities from your loan application.
4. Change jobs, become self-employed or quit your job.
5. Buy any large purchases on credit.
6. Originate any credit inquiries by applying for credit.
7. Change bank accounts.
8. Deposit large sums of money without checking with your loan officer.
9. Co-sign for a loan.
Any of the above actions could cause you to lose your positive loan status and not be able to get the home you want.
For more information on buying your dream home, contact me, Brenda McMillian, North Carolina Real Estate Buyers Agent. I can help you with purchases within my area or anywhere in the US through my referral system. Call me at 704-294-9150 or email me at info@BrendaMcMillian.com.
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Sunday, February 11, 2018
This morning, when I was thinking about our meal, I thought again about what she asked. I do always try to celebrate every day of life. The first thing I do when I wake us, is offer a prayer of thanks for seeing another day. I realize that some people did not make it to see this day and that I have another day to get my life more in order from a physical, mental and spiritual standpoint. Even when I am in severe pain, I am still thankful. Even when something weighs heavily on my mind, I am still thankful. Even when I have to supplicate Jehovah with tears, I am thankful. Each day I attempt to find something to laugh about. If I cannot laugh, I try to smile. Life can be hard and sometimes there are days I do not want to get out of bed. But after I remember my life is a blessing, I am ready to face another day. As one person once said to me, "Better to be seen than viewed." I would have to agree. I just hope that each day I am able to impart that gratitude and thankfulness on to others. It could be as simple as a smile or a quick text or a word of encouragement to a stranger. Living in continual gratitude helps me to get through the not-so-easy days and helps me to look forward to the future with love and hope in my heart.