It’s been a life-long goal to write books and take photos . I love shooting photos and teaching with a passion – both have been important parts of my 16+ year real estate career. Each transaction has involved learning more and more about people in general – my clients, colleagues, friends, support team and myself – to be more specific. In the past few months, circumstances have aligned that allowed me to take enough moments to actually pull together my outline, thoughts, and all the rest that goes into writing the first in what I intend to be a series of books that will help others – new real estate agents, new clients, veteran agents who may need help getting their message across and others who are considering a career in real estate or wonder what there is (aside from showing pretty houses) involved in the life of an agent. For more perspectives check out my old post about Why I love being a Keller Williams Agent.
Throughout the years I’ve always enjoyed sitting down with others and sharing what I’ve learned and hearing others’ perspectives on so many subjects. I think this began when I was a baby in my mother’s hair salon hearing all my “grandmothers” (most of her clients adopted me as one of their grandchildren) discussing the goings-on in Benton, TN – a tiny and beautiful burg in Southeast Tennessee. This created a natural curiosity and feeling of belonging in a larger sense than might be normal in an only child.
This curiosity has lead to this, my first book. The teacher that lives in my left brain and the photographer that lives in my right joining forces to create a work portrait of my views on helping people 1) know what goes into getting their home ready to sell, 2) understand the processes that happen while the home is being sold, and 3) knowing some of the reasons that most people truly benefit from having a real estate professional helping. I hope you check it out and if you’re thinking of selling your home give us a call at 865-385-9070 or 865-216-2009!