A colleague posted on Facebook one of those motivational-type images that read: “Stop the glorification of busy.” I typically can’t scroll past this nonsensical, often grammatically butchered content fast enough. But this one worked. It was relevant, and it connected.
- Being busy doesn't mean you're good at your job.
- Real estate can implement changes to put more emphasis on work-life balance.
The premier event for luxury agents and brokers
Luxury Connect | Oct. 16-18 | Beverly Hills