Since then, we’ve gotten a lot of comments on the drawing that we call our own (Thanks again, Liz!).
“He looks angry”, we’ve heard. “Why is he so smug?”
The look of the black sheep was important as we went through many iterations of the drawing. From the way the hair flips up, the lifted foot over the stepping stone and yes, the smirk upon his face.
So why did we choose this look?
As you know, Angie and I recently returned from vacation and have been working on improving our systems to get ready for more agents. We’ve spent some time away reflecting and some time in the office analyzing our brokerage. Its through this retrospective time that I’ve realized why, subconsciously, we were drawn to this version of the mascot. Continue reading “What the Black Sheep Means to Me”