December 15

A Bronx Tale & 3 Quotes


Have you watched a Bronx tale? It’s one of my all time favorites and I recently watched the musical version at the Hollywood Pantages theater. It’s a story of a boy torn by two worlds; a mob boss father figure with all the glamour that accompanies that lifestyle (so he thought) and an honest blue-collar hard-working father. 
Through out the young man’s life his father continuously repeats the statement: 

⚫️(Quote#1)“The saddest thing in life is wasted talent

Maybe it’s because of these words that a Bronx tale is a play that I identify with. You see when I was growing up I observed many people who were full of talent and possessed all of the potential to become as successful as they so chose, however; many instead wasted their talent and chose paths of self-destruction. This leads us to;

⚫️(Quote #2)“ The choices you make will shape your life forever 

Fast forward to today, again I “observe” but this time, it’s people with unfulfilled dreams and visions of a thriving real estate business, and to be honest with you I believe we all have talent and plenty of potential but like

⚫️(Quote # 3) goes;“You could have all the talent in the world but if you don’t do the right thing, then nothing happens “ 

So what is the right thing??? 

Well for one don’t sit on the sidelines and let your talent go to waste. If a real estate business is where you want to succeed in 2019, then make a commitment to accomplish it. If probate is your real estate vehicle of choice then you have come to the right place. 
Over the last few weeks, I have been speaking of a master mind, expanded coaching and master classes that will become available to you very soon.
Well the time is just about here. I’ve been working on the details and if you requested “more information” or “ I’m interested”, then watch your inbox. If you haven’t yet done so, just hit the reply and let me know that you are interested.

Ernie “Three Quotes” Vargas

P.S. Here’s a picture of my son and I with an autographed ball from the star of the show. It’s a meaningful moment in the musical, as you see a father passing on wisdom and mentorship to his son.

P.P.S The last 20 years of my real estate business have been a blessing to my family and I want to pass my knowledge on to you. I look forward to working with you in the new year.


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