Monday Motivation: Time to Believe
Monday Motivation, 12.3.18
Written by: Mike Goleski
Every Monday, The Rogers-Long Team meets for one of its two weekly meetings. The Monday meeting always ends with “Monday Motivation” in which a few minutes are spent listening to one team member presenting a quote, a quick reading from a book, a scene from a movie, or anything else they find motivating to provide a “spark” to the whole team on a Monday morning.
Believe: to think that something is true or correct; if you believe in something, you feel that it is right (I believe in giving a person a second chance); if you believe in someone you have confidence in that persons abilities(We just need to believe in ourselves!)
After watching the video by Jim Valvano titled “The Gift My Father Gave ME”, I thought about all the times I’ve said that word to someone, or someone has said it to me. Believing in someone has such a great effect on ones day, week or even month. It lets them know, you can do this, you got this and I BELIEVE in you. The problem is we do not say it enough. Just as thank you and your welcome have slowly fallen off of our radar, so has the word believe. Imagine a conversation with a friend or coworker. Good morning, hows your day going? Great to hear that you are up for a promotion. I believe you deserve that promotion and I believe you will get that promotion. Being positive will make that person feel so good that you will also realize that you feel better through making others feel good. We never know what someone else is thinking or has going on in their world. We assume we know, but we are just not quite sure. I believe that if you do something or say something kind to someone it will pay you back two fold. That’s what I BELIEVE…
Mike Goleski, a Realtor with The Rogers-Long Team, started selling real estate in 1999. The RLT was thrilled to welcome Mike to the team in February of 2018 due to his competitive edge and disciplined attitude, which he learned from serving 6 years in the US NAVY as a SeaBee. In his spare time, you can find Mike on the golf course or even behind home plate umpiring an NCAA baseball game (you read that right!).