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Don’t Worry, Be Happy

Jeremy Williams

Jeremy Williams

By Jeremy Williams

I heard the song “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” by Bobby McFerrin played over the radio on the way home from the office.  How relevant could this song be as the theme song for the thousands of real estate business owners across the United States?

Running your own real estate business can at times be stressful and create worry.  Like the lyrics from the song say, “In every life we have some trouble, when you worry you make it double.  Don’t worry, be happy…”.  How often do we let the little things in our business get under our skin to the point it becomes an agitation?  The agitation festers and bitterness can follow.  We know that it is inevitable that troubles will come, but it is how we deal with the troubles we face that will determine the outcome.  So don’t worry because we know that challenges will come; instead be happy that we can prepare ourselves to deal with them.

Here are a few steps to prepare how to deal with challenges that may evoke worry:

1.       When faced with worry, know that in the grand scheme of life the challenge you are facing is more than likely minimal though it may not be pleasant while you are in the situation.

2.       Always know that someone has more than likely been through what you are going through in your business.  Seek the advice of seasoned REALTORS concerning your business situation.

3.       Avoid becoming a rain cloud to those around you.

4.       Don’t forget the past, but don’t remain in the past.

5.       Remember that it takes more muscles to frown than to smile.  A smile can change the attitude about the situation you are in, and a smile can also positively impact those around you.

So don’t worry, be happy as you set out in your business today.  What are your thoughts on this?

Jeremy Williams of Keller Williams Realty NE in Kingwood, Texas specializes in the residential real estate market of Kingwood, Atascocita, and Humble, Texas.  Visit his Web site at www.williams4yourhome.com.

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