Back in the Saddle with Positive Stuff

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A little video message to "think" about. Have a great week!

Tamara

 

 

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John Mulkey
TheHousingGuru.com - Waleska, GA
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Tamara, you get it, I get it, and others get it, but few of us apply it to our lives. While it's easy to intellectualize about the concept of creating our reality, in truth, it's usually ignored even by those who say they understand.  For several years I've conducted workshops on similar topics, and have even traveled into the Amazon to study with the people who really "get it" and who "live" it.  Keep spreading the message and the number of enlightened ones will grow. 

Jun 24, 2009 03:36 PM #1
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Alicia Gibson
McLeRoy Realty Associates, Inc. - Zebulon, GA
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Tamara - First time listening/reading your post and will be subscribing to you as well.  LOVE the positive and like to surround myself with the positive (people, reading, etc...).  I share an office with another agent and on our wall is posted, "Tune out the negative voices and start making positive choices". 

Jun 24, 2009 03:42 PM #2
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Tamara Dorris
Davis & Davis - Carmichael, CA

Hi John,

I couldn't agree more. In fact, I consider myself more a student than a teacher...when I write books about it and talk about it, it helps to remind me that EVERYTHING I am thinking and feeling has an impact on my life. I guess that's why I submerge myself in the teachings; so I am constantly reminded that small stuff is not worth the major infraction of negative thinking!

Thanks for your comment and keep up the good work yourself!

Tamara

Jun 24, 2009 03:46 PM #3
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Tamara Dorris
Davis & Davis - Carmichael, CA

Hi Alicia,

Thanks for your comments...you'll have to check out more of my videos for agents. I do my best to contribute to our community by helping us all remember to stay positive. It makes such an enormous difference in how things turn out!

Thank you again!

Tamara

Jun 24, 2009 03:48 PM #4
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Becky Brand
Shorewest Realtors - Oconomowoc, WI

Tamara - this is so true!  I loved your comment about mind management and how important it is.  If people put as much time into mind management as they do time management or complaining, they would be flabbergasted at the results.  And I am one of those who could use the reminders.  This is my first post from you - I will be going back to look at more and looking forward to new ones! 

Maybe you have already addressed it - but I would love to see your take on how agents can stay motivated in the face of hearing that this market may be this way for 2,3 or even 5 years before we see a large scale recovery.  Agents seem to be able to OK with handling the market now but when they think about doing this for the next 5 years they sometimes start to crumble.  Thanks! 

Jun 24, 2009 04:07 PM #5
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Tamara Dorris
Davis & Davis - Carmichael, CA

Hi Becky,

Thanks for the feedback. Watch some of the previous videos. I will, however, cover this topic just for you!

Keep an eye out for next week's release :-)

 

Tamara

Jun 24, 2009 04:10 PM #6
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Matt Stigliano
Kimberly Howell Properties (210) 646-HOME - San Antonio, TX

Tamara - What can I say?  She's back!  Good to see you in video once again.  So I took a look around myself and considered the good, the bad, and the ugly.  Realizing it's all part of my past thinking, I came to the conclusion that my past thinking must have involved two-headed demons that breath fire.  No, just kidding.  I am a terrible one for self-thinking at times (which is why I love to watch your videos)...I'm a very positive person, but I do allow myself to out think myself too often.  As you probably remember from previous coversations, I'm fascinated with the things our mind can do and how it can fool us one way or the other.

Great to see you again and look forward to the next one.  Looks like you're doing much better now and I hope it continues for you!

Jun 24, 2009 04:29 PM #7
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Tamara Dorris
Davis & Davis - Carmichael, CA

Yo Matt,

Thanks for the feedback!

You are so right...just like I said to John regarding his comment: I am as much a student as a teacher. I think one thing I have learned is to catch myself when I veer too far off track. For instance, I know my youngest teen age daughter, REO agents that ignore me, and my mother can really cause me to "react" so I am on auto-piolet when these situations come up and just remember that whatever I'm going to get mad or obsessive about is really not at all important in the scheme of things. AND, whatever it is, it's espcially not important enough to ruin my future. I know my thougts are things and that EVERYTHING I WANT I can have, if only I keep my mind properly aligned and keep anger, frustration and all those negative thoughts at bay.

Don't you think that's pretty motivating? I do!

So yes, I'll keep recording vids for me and you and whoever else enjoys them, just so we can remember to keep our minds focused on all the good stuff.

Tweet ya soon!
T

Jun 24, 2009 06:03 PM #8
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Elizabeth Bolton
RE/MAX Destiny Real Estate Cambridge, MA - Cambridge, MA
Cambridge MA Realtor

Hi Tamara ~ First time viewer as well - loved the video.  Love your "title" too - I've long proclaimed that real estate agents need specialized therapists - this business is such a mind game.

Liz

Jun 24, 2009 09:41 PM #9
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The Rains Team
Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners - Hoschton, GA
A higher standard in real estate

Tamara! I love your videos, so glad to see you back here! I really liked what you said about making a list of everything you're grateful for, in fact I recently read a book that suggested you do this every morning when you first wake up...it just changes your whole perspective.

Have a great day!

Anne Rains

Jun 25, 2009 01:45 PM #10
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Laura Cerrano
Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island - Locust Valley, NY
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Tamara, I wish everyone thought this way. Things have changed, though, over the years and more people are realizing how much the mind plays a role in everything we do and our outcomes! Thanks for a wonderful video! Featured in Feng Shui for Real Estate.
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