Why do we go to the doctor?

Last year physician office visits topped 990 million. (*www.cdc.gov)  Being ill or hurt might cause a person to go to the doctor.  The reason a person goes to the doctor is to get well. You could say we want to get well because all things considered, being well or healed is a desirable lifestyle.

Why do people hire a REALTOR? Have you ever thought maybe we aren’t called to sell a house or to find a house? We’re instead invited in to improve a lifestyle; the present situation is this, it’s not sustainable, desirable, acceptable. The objective is to change the situation to a lifestyle that is acceptable, desirable, sustainable.

It’s a rare person who goes to the doctor at the first sign of feeling unwell. The motivating factor to get a guy with heart disease symptoms to a doctor is a heart attack. About the moment a person with diminishing health loses ability to be vertical, the interest in getting well skyrockets.  If the goal of a person is to simply sell a house, or own a house, our service has a value closer to zero.  It’s possible a person who thinks they want to just sell a house or just own a house is not aware that what they really want to do is much more than that; they want a better life. The outcome of selling is a financial change intimately connected to achieving lifestyle wellness. Equity money, which is only numbers on paper,  converted to cash in hand at closing is the key  to  eliminate something causing unfavorable lifestyle (debt) or the key to open doors to achieve a more favorable life (different living conditions). Lifestyle is a factor of wellness.

Getting well is serious business. We value being well when we desire wellness more than we tolerate illness, pain, or unsustainable conditions.


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