People often ask about the best decision, but we think it’s also very enlightening to learn about people’s most difficult decisions and the frameworks they used to think through those decisions.
Clint Spearow | Co-Owner & Acquisition Manager
Deciding to in house owner finance a larger property that we usually would only take cash for. In the long run this actually makes us more money but in this case it could take up to 20 years to receive all of the funds. Read more>>
Janice Stokes-Naumann | Advanced Leader
I think the most difficult decision I ever had to make it giving up a job I loved because I felt that my oldest son needed me. After having triplets, I was not a “stay at home” mom, I liked my job teaching middle school Art and the plan was before I found out I was having triplets was for my to continue working the job I loved. Read more>>
Motoko “Gloria” Yasue | Artist & Painter
The most difficult decision I’ve ever had to make was leaving my long professional career in the business world of Japan and to move to the U.S. (Houston) to pursue my study of art. I got to the George Bush Intercontinental Airport by myself with a suitcase and my life-savings in 2012. Read more>>