“Once a decision was made, I didn’t worry about it afterward…” – Harry S. Truman
We align with a certain brokerage that shares our beliefs or we decide to become an independent and blaze our own trail.
Much of our success depends on the campaigns we lead – day in and day out. These campaigns involve marketing efforts and personal actions. We seek supporters who will not only listen to our message but share it with their neighbors and friends.
We know that when we have a chance to share our positions and plans with a potential client that we should focus on what we can and will do and not worry about what our competition can’t or won’t do.
Sometimes we “win” the negotiations or are selected to list a home but even if we wind up a few votes short, we’re still proud to be a part of the process.
A Privilege to Vote
Thanks to the dream and vision of our forefathers as well as hundreds of thousands of brave men and women in our armed forces over the years, we as American continue to have the ability to stand up and vote for our candidates and issues we choose to support. I’m not what you would consider a very “political” person but I do take my responsibility to vote very seriously.
“If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice” – Neil Peart
It’s no longer about the commercials, yard signs or rhetoric. It’s time to walk in to your polling location, sign your name and enter the voting booth.
It’s time to cast your vote.
And then get back to work campaigning. You’re seeking election too.
“Build relationships, solve problems and have fun.”
I’m Sean Carpenter and I approve this message.
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