Real Estate

New Year’s game plan for buyers and sellers

By From page C3 | January 11, 2013

Looking back, my New Year’s resolutions have been pretty much a failure. They were well-intended at self-improvement like losing some weight, exercising more, spending more quality time with my wife Vicki and being more organized. But life happens and those good intentions get displaced by the moment. We often fail early at our resolutions because they are too absolute or uncompromising, not allowing for the unexpected. Perhaps, if we replaced resolutions with our New Year’s Game Plan we would feel less guilty when stuff happens and we stray off course. The Ten Commandants were resolutions to live by, the rest of life is often adapting as best we can.

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Ken Calhoon

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