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    When you see someone broken down, do you stop to help?

    It always amazes me how many of the people in the world are “watchers” and how so few are “doers”.

    Helping without wanting anything in return

    I suppose that most law enforcement officers can be included in the category of the “doer”.  Reason being is that they have to do and perform a multitude of tasks when encountering various situations during their daily routine.

    Speaking of routine, one of the things that is taught quite vehemently, by the PD academy staff, is that a police officer or deputy sheriff should never treat anything as “routine”.

    The “routine” is the type of “view” that causes one to think, “This is the same old domestic violence call…”  “The Same old Traffic Stop for expired registration…”  “The same only audible burglary alarm…”

    Two of the most destructive inside of the criminal element, Timothy McVeigh and Richard Ramirez, were caught for simple traffic violations.  What if those officers, deputies or troopers would have viewed those as “routine traffic stops”?

    The outcomes may have been different.  Sad but true.

    When it comes to helping others, the best view to have is that you will receive nothing in return.  In fact, do these things without expectation or prize.

    In life, you never will know how your “Good Karma” will come back to you.  But, I can guarantee one thing, it will in a big way.

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    Paris and Connor MacIvor

    Connor and Paris MacIvor are in the Top 1% of Realtors Nationwide, starting their real estate business in 1998 with RE/MAX Gateway - Santa Clarita Valley and Valencia CA. Their becoming licensed real estate consultants and representatives came from the horrible experience they had when they bought their first home. There were many things that the agent they had hired did not explain and disclose, which per law he should have. Getting that agent on the phone after they closed escrow and after he had gotten paid was impossible. Paris and Connor called the broker, the board of realtors, the office manager and all they received was the promise of a phone call back. The remedy did come, but not as fast and in the way they wanted. That act - that bad agent was the reason why Paris and Connor became Realtors. That was all they needed to vow to never let the same fate befall anyone else, that befell them. Today Connor and Paris are focused on client service. Protection and top-shelf service with regard to their real estate clientele. They primarily work within the Santa Clarita Valley and Valencia CA. However, for a referral, where 80+ of their business is referrals they have License and Will Travel to other parts of Ventura County, Los Angeles County, and Orange County to handle real estate transactions for those who trust their real estate operation. Writing on their Real Estate Blog is a passion. SCVnest.com/blog is where you will find over 10,000 real estate articles. Go to SCVnest.com/radio to listen to their latest real estate radio broadcast.

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