Have you noticed a shift in the way people interact with their house on a spiritual level? If so, how?
A lot of my business comes from owners’ children feeling things their parents cannot feel. Because of that, I pay close attention to the needs of the entire family when I work with a property. Parents need a bridge of understanding between the world in which they grew up and this highly technical, highly digitally social world their kids now have to face. I excel at bringing technology and spirituality together in understandable terms.
To what do you attribute your success?
My honesty, integrity and reputation with the best real estate agents along the Front Range are major factors in my success. I get them the results they need, which usually result in sales. My reputation brought real estate investors into my camp, where I now conduct a significant amount of business.
What do you love about what you do? What are the distinct challenges?
When it comes to the niche of what I do, everybody wins. Sellers benefit, buyers benefit and the agents benefit. I keep my fees affordable so that those who need what I provide can have access to me. The greatest challenge is making professionals comfortable regarding the importance that intangible energy plays in the home.
In what ways do you manage a work/life balance?
I never advertise. All my work is by word of mouth. I will not take a case unless I’m sure I can help my client. I limit the number of cases I take because of that. I no longer travel except locally, so on occasion I will do work remotely.
If you could recommend any pivotal books, podcasts, leaders, etc., what would you recommend?
My favorite authors are Barbara Kingsolver and Ken Follet. My favorite books that have changed my life are Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian Weiss, M.D., The Law of One by Ra and The Way of the Peaceful Warrior by Dan Millman.
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