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10 Things I Love About being a Real Estate Broker

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  1. Time freedom. No time ins or outs. I can work when I want, where I want. I get to schedule my work around my play instead of the other way around.
  2. Unlimited income potential. I get to earn whatever I want – sky is the limit! Provided that I work at it, of course.
  3. Not having to file vacation leaves whenever I want to go on vacation.
  4. Being on the go everyday. I’m just not an office person. I’d get bored in 5 minutes. I like being constantly mobile, running from one location to another.
  5. Everyday is different. No day is the same for me. I can be meeting 4 clients today and tomorrow I’d be chilling at a coffee shop or mentoring one of our affiliates. I’m not one for routines. I like having a difference schedule everyday. It keeps me on my toes and it makes going to work (or play) everyday exciting.
  6. Meeting people. I love meeting a lot of people and building great (and lasting relationships) with my partners (they’re the best!), affiliates (they’re awesome) and clients (best clients ever!). I’m just so lucky to have these people in my life.
  7. Being able to help my clients buy or sell property. It’s one of the most rewarding experiences – next to discipleship. I always get a kick seeing my clients buy their dream home or sell a property and get to use that money to reach other goals.
  8. Mentoring our affiliate brokers and salespersons and helping them succeed in every area of life. It’s a great privilege to be able to influence other people like that. I consider Truly Wealthy Realty to be more than just a company. We are a family.
  9. Attending events – all kinds of events. Developers and banks have loads of those.
  10. Having the opportunity to share the gospel to a lot of people.

Act With Compassion


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In this fast-paced world, we often rush from one thing to another without taking the time to consider the needs of other people. Yet it’s also important to stop and help out someone in need when you are given the opportunity to so. You don’t know what that person may be going through and your simple act of compassion maybe what he needs to point him to God.

Compassion gladdens the heart for those who travel the world of pain. – Kenny Luck

A man with leprosy came to him and begged him on his knees, “If you are willing, you can make me clean.” Filled with compassion, Jesus reached out his hand and touched the man. – Mark 1:40-41

Compassion is the signature of God for it allows people to get a glimpse of God through you.

The world needs so much help that it can be tempting to just overlook the need we see around us and focus on our own lives. What we see on the streets everyday numbs us to the pain these people must be going through. We become accustomed to it. After all, you can’t feed every street kid or clothe every beggar on street. Right?

But according to Kenny Luck, compassion is the willingness to do what you can in that moment.

It’s not about solving the world’s problems. It’s about doing what you can, with what you have, where you are.

The main reason why we can’t shake off the needs of others is because God never shakes off ours. Compassion is the highest form of holiness.

– Kenny Luck

One of my partners in Truly Wealthy Realty, Mitch, is one of the most compassionate people I know. She always looks at each situation from the perspective of the other person. She considers how that person would feel.

This is a personal struggle of mine. I have the tendency to focus more on how it will benefit me and less on others. Slowly, through Mitch’s example, and by regularly attending and leading a Dgroup, I am coming to understand the importance of being compassionate.

Compassion is not about me but about fighting for others.

– Kenny Luck

Compassion is not just a word. It’s a verb. And we need to put it in action.

Who needs your compassion right now?

It may be a friend who needs a shoulder to cry on.

A street kid who hasn’t had lunch yet.

A grandparent who needs someone to talk to.

Take the time to act with compassion to someone today.

Go live a Truly Wealthy life.