I am always like a ‘deer in the headlights’ when I am asked to write a biography. The hard part is, what do people even want to know about me? I have read countless other bio’s which are loaded like a baked potato with education, achievements, and stellar volunteer work. Yes, I am also educated. Yes, I have also had recognition for excellence, and have participated in volunteer work. But, does any of that matter when it comes to selling your house or finding you a house? Probably not.
What I can say for myself (and mind you, I hate fluffing myself up) is that I am extremely hard working. I am a perfectionist, so I don’t stop until I am satisfied with the result I am achieving. I am confident in what I am doing. I am professional even though I can act like a goofball. I like making people happy and comfortable. I am loyal and trustworthy. I like to help people and tend to be more of an innovative thinker. Poof, there is the fluff.
If you must know about the blah, blah’s, I became a Real Estate Agent in 2016 after 15 years in healthcare. My family is just far too important to me. This transition allows me the freedom to spend more time with them. I have a Doctorate Degree in Holistic Health and an AS in Surgical Technology. I have lived in Colorado for 16 years and am a California native. I have a 11 year-old daughter, 2 step children, 16 & 20, a fabulous husband, a dorky dog, 3 alpacas and two horses. I enjoy mountain biking, skiing, horseback riding, surfing (when I actually get to the beach), and most activities outdoors.
Thank you for taking the time to read my out of the ordinary and partially interesting bio. I hope you have decided that I may be the agent for you.