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Dated: 03/06/2019

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"why are you rushing so much?" asked the elder. "I'm rushing after my livelihood," the young man answered. "And how do you know," said the elder, "How do you know that your livelihood is running on before you, so that you have to rush after it? Perhaps it's behind you, and all you have to do is stand still."

When buying a home, it's important to embrace the present moment. Past judgement's and expectations need to be curbed so we don't miss the moment. 

I relax so I'm not wasting precious energy. I spend time walking the lot, I look for character in the home. I sit quietly, listening to the home. Does it feel good? Do I feel relaxed. Homes should give me a vibe, and it should match my buyers vibe as well.

when I establish contact with the now, and we've successfully held that inestimable moment,  I consider the next move. Until then...sit, wait, listen.................

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Steven Jackson

Steven helps Clients buy and sell vacation and second home properties along 30A and South Walton, giving them confidence in a local, reputable Agent. Steven’s work ethic begins by being of maximum ....

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