Knowledge is Power #Learning #Sharing #Giving

By now, the Realtors® that belong to the Boise Regional Realtors® in Ada County have received the email announcing the slate of candidates for leadership positions. I’m on that list!

I had to tape a video for Boise Regional Realtors® about who I am and why I am seeking the position for NAR Director. For those of you that are not Realtors®, NAR stands for the National Association of Realtors® and I am vying for a Director position to represent Boise Regional Realtors®, which is my local association.

Being videoed with a list of questions can be daunting, however, I did have a message to deliver. I want to share my message with those of you that are my colleagues, peers, clients, and friends regarding the reason I am looking at this venture as an opportunity. A great opportunity….

nver stop learning

Long ago, I learned a phrase that has stayed with me for life. You never stop learning. You see, I have always been a sponge for information on various topics, on a number of levels. My goal as a NAR Director will be to absorb what I learn about the real estate industry and bring it home to the Boise Regional Realtors® membership.

The essential tool in my career is to be knowledgeable about the industry, to clearly know about what bills statewide and nationally affect how we buy and sell real estate in America. Taking what I know and what I will learn in depth will make for not only an invaluable representative but a valuable Realtor® as well. Win, win.

Then again, if you know me well, you also know I am a giver by nature. Sharing the information that I learn will be the greatest gift I can give to my colleagues and peers. I am seeking the position of a NAR Director to share what I learn, answer questions that you have, communicate by blogging about industry news, and finally, offering solid reason on why getting involved in your industry is so important.

It’s important to me!

#NAR #BoiseRegionalRealtors #getinvolved #learning #sharing #giving #REALTOR®

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