Like so many people that I know, I don’t like change.  I don’t like it when the summer heat turns into falls cool nights and winter’s freezing days.  I don’t like it when my laptop tells me I need to do an upgrade because to me that means everything I need, and use will be put in a different spot and I’ll have to find it.  I don’t like it when my children tell me last minute that my perfectly planned schedule for the day needs to be disrupted so that I can go get them items for their potluck at school they forgot to tell me about.

Since I know that I don’t like change, but it’s a fact of life, it’s how I choose to adapt and implement the changes that happen that help me achieve the work life balance I so need and crave!

Professionally just over two weeks ago I was thrown a curve ball that forced me to change my entire business plan.  For someone who doesn’t like change just imagine the impact this could have had.  I could have chosen to shut down, cry, be depressed about it.  Instead I implemented a course of action that will make my business stronger with lessons learned.  Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a robot, I did have a couple sleepless nights and uncertainty, but it was also these sleepless nights and uncertainty that helped build me back up.  As a result, Team Roycroft has been busy helping happy clients achieve their real estate goals!

I absolutely love what I do!

“All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.”  ~ Walt Disney

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