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b-LOG: The Belief Tank

b-LOG: The Belief Tank

Everyone has one. Whether large, medium or painfully small, we all have a reserve tank which holds our belief or trust in our self and what we’re doing. It’s the amount of emotion (or trust) held in reserve to help counter the moments that test us. Call them life challenges or events that don’t go […]

b-LOG: 10 Truths About Real Estate (in no particular order)

b-LOG: 10 Truths About Real Estate (in no particular order)

10. Everyone has a different approach to negotiating. Just because an offer or counter-offer doesn’t match with your expectations, doesn’t mean an agreement isn’t possible. Patience is the key. 9. Staging and Pre-Listing Preparation (note capitalized first letters to add importance) is hugely important in today’s visual world. A properly prepared and beautifully marketed home […]

b-LOG: Game of Homes

b-LOG: Game of Homes

An 18 Month Journey From House Renter to Home Owner This is a story about a couple named James & Nicole. They are the quintessential couple, renting while they save up and look for their first home. They’ve done everything right. They went to their bank to get pre-approved. Proof of income, paperwork signed and […]

b-LOG: Doing the Work

b-LOG: Doing the Work

We get up and go to work. While at work, we lift, we think, we hustle and we go home. Whether we work up a sweat, run our mind ragged, inspire ourselves and others or sleep walk through the day, there is one commonality across the board. TIME When we are at work, we are […]

b-LOG: Calm

b-LOG: Calm

As the much welcomed Family Day holiday approaches, it’s a great time to pause and reflect on the manic nature of the world we live in. 24/7 new headlines that are overloaded on the negative. Uncertainty with a general rumbling of stress. Phones buzzing and pinging, kids lunches to make and pouring rain in February […]

b-LOG: The Big “Y”

b-LOG: The Big “Y”

Recently, I was watching my son’s hockey practice.  After approximately 40 minutes of him lollygagging through different drills and warm-ups, he plonked himself down on the ice saying he needed a break. Now if he’d been busting his butt and giving it his all for those 40 minutes, I would have been ok with the […]