Make sure you really care. If you don�t care, get out of the business. Honestly, honestly care about your community, about the people there, and not in the way where it�s all about problems, but in a way of uplifting and encouraging people and inspiring and moving them forward. If that�s really it, you have to really care about personal growth.
My daughter came home two years ago at Christmas, and my husband and I interview the kids at the New Year to see where they�re going. I said to my daughter, �I don�t think you�re progressing. You went to high school, and now you�ve gone to college, and you�ve just extended your high school into college. I don�t see any spiritual or mental growth or anything like that.� That interview turned her life around. You have to really care that people in your office are growing and progressing.
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