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Bookmark This Post For The Next Time You Think You Can't

My friend Kevin Wood lives and breathes golf.  He shared this video with me.  It's my pleasure to share it with you.  It's the most encouraging story I've encountered this year.

Block out ten minutes. Take the phone off the hook.  When it's over, bookmark it. 

Come back the next time your client bolts, and you feel like quitting the industry. 

Come back to it when that loan you were counting on is denied by the lender. 

Come back to it when your personal life takes an unexpected turn south. 

Come back to it when your broker announces that the doors are closing on a business into which you've poured your heart and soul. 

Come back when you think you can't anymore.  Because really...you can.

EDIT:  The YouTube video of DJ Gregory's tremendous courage
has had the embed function disabled by request.

So click HERE to be inspired by DJ Gregory's heartwarming story.

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