I was so excited when I had the opportunity to do some head shots recently for a friend of mine. First, because she is a friend and I just love her to pieces. Second, because it was a type of work I had never done before and it sounded interesting.
Social media is a live thing and static old school studio head shots just seem dated and out of place. We bounced around ideas of what we wanted to accomplish with her session and decided that professional but more personable was the way to go. I think we more than met our goal!
It has been said that if you love what you do and do what you love you will never work a day in your life.
I think of this every time I think of Cinnamon and her work with us buying our house back in August.
The details! And Lawd have mercy, the paperwork! It was never ending…or so it seemed.
But Cinnamon was never flustered by the relentless requests for more information. She was eager and ready to search out answers to any questions we had if she didn’t already know the answer. More than that, she delighted in doing it.
The greatest part of working with Cinnamon was how genuinely happy she was for us, and how much she enjoyed helping us with the purchase of our home.
We couldn’t have asked for anyone better to walk us through the process of buying a home. She made a tedious task enjoyable and less overwhelming than it might otherwise have been.
Keller Williams is blessed to have her on staff and we’re blessed to call her friend.