AboutI overcame adversity at a young age. I was born with hip dysplasia, which resulted in me having hip surgery and being wheelchair bound for a year in elementary school. Don’t worry—I thought it was cool all my classmates had to wheel me to lunch, and I was determined to prove to my peers that I could live a normal life once my cast was off. Then, at age 11, I was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, and I have balanced my autoimmune disease for more than 15 years now. Because of this adversity, I learned early on not to dwell on things outside of my control. These monumental life moments changed how I perceived things. I have always had a positive outlook on life and thrive in challenging situations. I’m a very headstrong person and I’m determined not to let my medical history affect the way I work.
I’m still old fashioned in that I love hosting open houses and connecting with buyers face-to-face. I have a very streamlined system on how to best gather lead information and follow up after our first meetup. I’m also not afraid of cold calling or door knocking. I know these seem like a system of the past, but I believe they set you apart from the rest and shape you into a better agent.