A Negotiator’s New Year’s Resolutions

As 2009 came to an end and 2010 begins to roll in, many people are thinking back on the last 12 months and making new year’s resolutions – changes they’d like in make in the following year. While it’s always a good thing to be striving for self-improvement in any area of your life, often these resolutions are difficult to stick to, whether it be a goal to lose weight, eat healthier, or work harder for a promotion.

I like to think of the self-improvement goals I make as reaffirmations or renewals, instead of resolutions. Each year I strive to recommit to personal and professional goals – most of which are ongoing. For example, I may reaffirm my commitment to being a better friend, partner, employee, or to focus on improving my health and giving back to my community.

This year I’d like to share my professional reaffirmations. I’m recommitting to all of our sellers in foreclosure to do all I can – to exhaust all options – in helping them out of their situation. I’m recommitting to all of our REALTORS to do my part in keeping them informed and doing all I can to help each transaction go smoothly. In short, I’m reaffirming my commitment to you to help get you back to better times, whatever that may entail.

I’m looking forward to new challenges and opportunities in the next year, and I wish all of you a happy, safe, and fulfilling 2010.


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