Actually I'm not a gravy fan but you get the point about the posts, Active Rain real estate bloggers you get excited about.The subject matter can just be so appropiate, timed right. Or you are struggling with how to wrap your mind around something technical, a new way to market more efficiently that has popped up to consider. Something you may have put off but that a blog post kicked you in the perverbial pants to consider. To guide, the blog post full of encouragement. That gets you started down the right path.
Or just to get you moving at all when you were plain stumped. Stopped dead in your tracks, waiting, pondering.These are the posts that appear, come to you and full of gravy. Not posts where you searched, stumbled on to them but the headline delivered to your portal door. Inviting you in to the bloggers oasis tent to ask have you ever considered this, this or this? To explain like a good neighbor giving you a hand, not a paid professional pontificating and expecting you to buy a series of cd's, books, etc.
Inspiration to expand, grow, prosper and just enjoy your listing, marketing, selling real estate career or related industry profession here at Active Rain. You are at the gravy fountain. In an old saying, the life's necessities are the meat and potatoes. The pleasures, luxuries are gravy. If it's all pleasure or luxury, then it's all gravy. Is that your experience here at Active Rain?
What is your "gravy" and why, where do you dine, graze, munch, snack here at AR? Besides the technical gadgetry, do you embrace the philosphy that leads to success, fullfillment in what you do in real estate? And what gravy do you laddle out, bring to the AR table? Your last real estate listing, closing, experience needs to be blogged about, shared. Because the same experiences you are having, are important to someone else that thought they were the only one that has ever had that happen. Or has not run in to that situation before and says thanks for the tip. Heads up on what to avoid, look for, make sure to do. The spot of gravy to make my meat and Maine potatoes a little more by offering the luxurious, enjoyable.