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Provoking Change as the Seasons Turn Rent to Own Homes

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I was thinking today how much I appreciate the changes of each season, as it gives me pause to evaluate where I am in life and the seasons I am currently going through. For example, I often find that summer can be very invigorating as I feel really impassioned and energetic to go and do basically everything. The grass is growing (not to mention the weeds!) the birds are chirping and I feel alive! Fall is the time I focus on prunning and preperation for the long hard winter. Let’s face it, winter can be a really difficult time, especially financially. When the turnover from winter to spring comes, you really do get that “spring-fever” excitement.

What’s so special about Spring? Well, Spring is just awesome! You are getting excited about temperatures now, that in July will be freezing! Depending where on you live, you will start to see grass growing where snow was just a couple of weeks ago!

What I like most of all about the Spring season, is I start sensing a “Spring Season” in my personal life. I see opportunities for New Beginnings. A Fresh Start. A New Perspective, if you will. I have new energy to try something that I have never done before.

As you move into Spring this year, try to imagine that this is your opportunity for a new beginning in some area of your life. Perhaps it’s time for a new career. Maybe you need to take that trip you’ve been dreaming about. Or, you can finally put down that nasty habit once and for all.

If you are looking for a fresh start and a Rent to Own Home to go with it, let me be a guiding hand for you during this season of your life.

 

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About the Author:

ay St. Hilaire learned early that hard work and persistence are keys to a better life. At twelve years old he was working at his grandfather’s side tearing down small engines on the floor of his mom’s kitchen. He wanted to see what made them tick. Through his teens his grandfather continued to mentor him. At twenty-one Jay married and had a son. He also began his construction career, partnering with a new mentor, his dad, they built homes from the ground up. Having learned every aspect of the business, Jay eventually took over. He prides himself on being a lifelong learner. That’s why, in 2009, he called on a Dean Graziosi infomercial. He was ready to begin learning a new trade….. real estate. He read every book Dean wrote and then joined Dean’s Success Academy. Jay’s hard work brought immediate success. He closed numerous deals and mastered many effective strategies. He now enjoys paying it forward by traveling the country teaching the concepts he learned in the field. Throughout the adventure Jay keeps his two primary goals in mind each and every day. First, he’s committed to continuing to better himself, and second, he wants to help other’s benefit from the lessons he’s learned.

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