Monday Motivation: Pay It Forward
Monday Motivation, 6.15.2020
Written by: Ashley Gershowitz
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.
Right now we are going through some uncertain times with everything going on in the world in a number of different areas. If everyone could do one small thing to help out someone they don’t know, that may go a long way. Not only will it give them a sense of gratitude because they did something nice for someone else but it will show the next person that there are good people out there. No-one knows what the person is going through. The person they help may want to pay it forward and help someone they do not know out and the cycle keeps going. It could be something as little as paying for the next person’s coffee or lunch or helping someone get something in their car that may be heavy. Imagine if everyone did one nice thing, what may happen?
What will you do this week to help someone you may not know out?
Born in California, Ashley moved to Mechanicsville at the age of 6 and graduated from Lee-Davis High School. She went to Old Dominion University and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Fashion Merchandising and Human Services but knew Mechanicsville was home. She moved back and settled down roots with her husband, Joe and son, Weston. Once moving back to Mechanicsville she started her Real Estate career in 2015. She loves helping people find that special house that they can see their future in and create a lasting relationship with her clients. Her favorite way to see the Richmond area is on foot so feel free to wave if you see her on the road running.
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