Who doesn't enjoy a resolution for the new year? Resolutions can be a great way to hit the refresh button to improve our lives, but the key is finding a way to align our thoughts and our actions in a way that both line up in the same direction that ultimately produce the desired results.
Like many of you, I have a handful of signature resolutions for the new year. I've spent the better part of the last three months making priorities and narrowing down the list of goals worth achieving or being committed to in 2019. Some are personal goals, some are business goals. I've fallen short in years past because too many goals--or resolutions--have not been measurable. In order to hold myself accountable, I now have a way to track my progress and make sure my resolutions are successful, one of which begins right here.
I know I'm not breaking new ground, but for the new year, one resolution in my real estate business is to make weekly blog posts. With that statement, I can hold myself accountable to a measurable goal of 52 posts for the year, this being the first. I'm not worried about who reads my blog, how many people read my posts, or how many times any post is shared--those specific metrics are not a part of this resolution. As long as I reach my goal of one post per week during 2019, this particular resolution will be deemed a success.
That having been said, I don't want this to be just another blog that is plain vanilla. The shared perspectives, opinions, real-life stories, and critical data about what is going on in the greater Omaha real estate market will be coming at you with some personality--perhaps even some attitude--designed to make a difference. After all, providing valuable information that helps you stay current about issues and trends in our local market is what you deserve to best protect your own interests in real estate.
So cheers to all of you as we begin the new year! I wish you all the absolute best towards your own resolutions and the success you hope to achieve in making 2019 the best year ever!
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