March 27

President Theodore Roosevelt’s Advice on the Coronavirus

These last two weeks have definitely been interesting.

Obviously, I’m talking about the coronavirus and this expanding quarantine.

I’m sure you’re well aware of all the things you must do to protect yourself from that virus as it’s been all over every media.

But how about the virus that is easily spreading throughout peoples’ heads. 

No, I’m not talking about COVID-19.

I’m talking about the virus that’s called FEAR.

So many people are being paralyzed by all the what if‘s.

And even though the situation is real we cannot be freaked out to the point that we are not planting seeds for tomorrow.

So with that I want to ask you, what are you doing to prepare yourself for an influx of business once this stay at home order is over??

As for me and my team, we are still talking to our sellers.

Our message isn’t so much about taking a property into escrow today but rather checking in on our probate sellers.

I mean right before this whole thing went down I had a pipeline of sellers that were about to go into escrow and then suddenly the brakes were put on most of our leads.

However, by simply reaching out and touching base with people and having a voice of comfort people are reassured that indeed things will be OK.

Theodore Roosevelt one said:

“People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care”

Coming from somebody who has been in this business for over 20 years and who’s had many ups and many downs, I sincerely mean it when I say that things will be OK.

We may not always experience every outcome that we prefer but if we keep working diligently then indeed we will receive the benefits of that work sooner rather than later.

Committed to your success,

Ernie “I Care About You” Vargas


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