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It’s Spring!

Optimism is as normal as the buds on the trees. Hope and energy pervade the air. We are ready to go.

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Posted on Apr 4, 2022, 10:30:00 AM GMT

Optimism is as normal as the buds on the trees. Hope and energy pervade the air. We are ready to go. But wait, there is significant inflation, rising interest rates, a war in the Ukraine, and a pandemic hangover. Why would or should we be optimistic?

It’s Spring!

Our lives are cyclical, almost tidal in nature. As living breathing creatures, we are deeply affected, spiritually and emotionally on a very personal basis by our environment. Sunny skies, flowers in bloom, and warm breezes can stoke the fires of our soul. Seeing the world in a more positive and can-do manner, can drive achievement. Enjoy the synergy of the energy.

Let’s take this natural optimism and lift ourselves out of the negativity that has surrounded us throughout the winter and go about the business of making our lives better. Control the controllable.

Let’s be the factor that leverages our optimism into results. Let’s decide what we can do and get it done. Spring is for doing.

Get energized and create positive results in pursuit of your personal short-term goals. Build achievement, and then build on that achievement. Create confidence and momentum in our lives.

I’m excited about this spring and about what we will do THIS SPRING! Let’s get moving and roll into summer on the upswing.

Welcome to Spring!

Stanley C. Middleman
CEO President
Freedom Mortgage Corporation

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