Here’s to a more transparent 2017.

Just A Thought From Nick Baldwin

Social media is good at a lot of things. But it’s especially good at one thing: Making everyone look like a success. It allows everyone to appear as if they lead the perfect life, have the perfect career, and everything magically goes their way. We are human. Pictures and videos of select moments of life is not the whole visual. If we shared more of our mistakes, failures, and stresses, and started to be more transparent and honest with one another, I truly believe we would learn and grow so much more as the Human Race. Sharing our successes isn’t what makes us better. Sharing our trials and errors are.

2016 was one of the most difficult years for me and Anne. We had some major successes in life, love and business; but we were tested in every aspect of them as well, and everything is looking so good now! We have learned from it all, and in 2017 it’s one of our goals to be there for others who have experienced the same. We can only grow from what we learn from one another.

Here’s to a more transparent 2017!

nickbaldwinrealtor

Nick Baldwin has been in real estate since 2007 and focuses primarily on building relationships with clients and in the Bloomfield and Montclair NJ areas. He still practices Real Estate and has a team with his wife Anne Baldwin. Nick Baldwin teaches and speaks throughout the year at different events, to small groups and larger groups of up to 20,000 people. Nick teaches how to have a higher lead conversion through long-term follow-up and building deep relationships with clients. He also specializes in Facebook Marketing. Nick Baldwin has been married almost a decade and has two children, lives in New Jersey and loves to spend time with his family. He is co-founder of the largest closed Facebook Real Estate group in the United States. His favorite charity is a charity to help stop bullying, primarily cyber bullying. Nick Baldwin's Favorite Quote: Not everyone is meant to make a difference. But for me, the choice to lead an ordinary life is no longer an option.

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