How many miles do you drive?

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Real Estate Agent with Green Realty Group (808) 630-1828

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I love to drive.  As a Realtor I get to drive EVERYWHERE!  I average about 30,000 miles a year and this is all on a little Island in the middle of the Pacific.  Being a Realtor in Honolulu is a BLAST!  Rainbows, Sunshine, Lunch sitting on a wall overlooking the surf at Diamond Head, Happy Warm and Friendly People...the list could go on and on.

I have also come to love Audio Books.  Traffic is also a part of my day so I sit there, make the calls I need to make, and Cheer like a Mad Man for Harry Potter or whom ever I am listening to at the time.

I can only imagine what it looks like from the outside of my car...a 6'3", 375 pound guy in a Hummer jumping around and laughing his head off.

I always arrive to my meetings with a smile on my face and in my heart as well...and did I mention that I LOVE BEING A REALTOR?!?!? 

Love what you do and the rest will come.

Cheers-

Mike

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Scott Hutchinson
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Those are words to live by. Have a great day! Good Luck and Best Wishes.
March 02, 2008 03:15 PM
Rainmaker
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Michael & Gayle Ramsey Fujita
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Thanks Scott!  Have a great day!

Mike

March 02, 2008 03:16 PM
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June Piper-Brandon
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Love the post!!  I love books on tape too, it's a great way to catch up on your reading, so to speak, and learn new things and before you know it you are at your destination.  I bought a new car in October and I'm up to 8800 miles already and I have several long road trips planned.  Always love what you do, the good time feeling is contagious.
March 02, 2008 03:19 PM
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Jimmy McCall
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Mike,  I love to drive myself.  When I got out of College I opened a Ryder Truck Rental agency.  Shortly afterward, I began moving the trucks between dealers at night.  I was single and would send the evening watching TV if at home.  So, I moved trucks and bean listening to talk radio.  I got paid by the mile but it averaged between $20-$40 per hour.  Not bad for a part time job.  While dating my wife we spent hours in the evening in a truck talking.  I guess that is why we are married today.  I still drive trucks today just not as much.  I have three daughter and a wife and enjoy the alone time some times.  I have exceeded well over 100,000 miles a year in the past but, nowhere near that today.
March 02, 2008 03:32 PM
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Michael & Gayle Ramsey Fujita
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Thanks for the reply June and Jimmy-  Have a GREAT week and keep on driving...or TRUCKING!...I think I just dated myself!

Cheers-

Mike

March 03, 2008 12:33 AM
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