Asher and I discussed this concept in the previous article.
I was not expecting the answer I got to the last question.
The question is, do you want a home, or a home office?
The answer is: the answer is “yes.”
Asher’s answer is simple.
He has a home in his heart.
He does not want a new job.
He wants to live in a home he loves.
When we spoke, I knew he was referring to the same kind of lifestyle he enjoyed as a kid.
I am a millennial.
Asher grew up in a small town, and he was always surrounded by friends and family.
He had a dream to move to New York, but the cost of moving to a city like New York was prohibitively expensive for a young man.
At the same time, Asher is very happy with the lifestyle he has now.
He said, “I am very lucky to be here, and I would not have been able to get where I am today if I had not gotten into real estate.”
I asked Asher, “How do you feel about your new home?”
He said: “It’s a beautiful home.
I like it so much.
I think it’s a great thing for me to have.
I’m really happy with it.”
He is a believer in what he is doing.
He knows that he is making a real impact on the people of Asheville, and the community.
I also asked Ashers opinion on the real estate industry.
He is extremely bullish on the business of real estate.
“The real estate market is great.
I feel very good about the real house market.
I see a lot of good people in it, and a lot more than what I saw when I was younger.
It’s a fantastic business.”
Ashers view of the real home is similar to my own.
I have been in real estate since I was a kid, and have enjoyed my time in the industry.
I loved working at the realtors office.
I liked working with people who were realtory experts.
I enjoyed working with realtories real estate agents.
I appreciated the fact that I could actually live with real estate professionals.
However, I never had the opportunity to be involved with a real estate agent, and never felt like I had any meaningful contact with them.
When Asher left the realtor business, he became a full-time professional.
As I have mentioned, he works with realtor clients on a daily basis.
When I spoke with Asher about his experience in the realty industry, I was surprised to learn that he was not interested in a new business.
“I want to be a realtor.
I want to do this for the rest of my life.
I don’t want to take it off and run away.”
I have met many people who would like to become a realtor.
I wish they could, but I know they cannot.
I asked him if he would consider doing something else after leaving the real tory business.
As he said, he has decided to focus on real estate instead.
“If I did it for the money, it would be easier to do it for my family, for my kids, and for my friends.
It would be easy.
But I want my life to be as fulfilling as possible.”