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Intentional

“Someday is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you” - Tim Ferriss

What does “Intentional” mean to L. Grace Properties?

  • We are intentional in our core focus and taking the steps to achieve it as well as prioritizing the rocks to achieve it.

  • We believe success doesn’t just happen, one has to be intentional in their goals and vision to get there.

  • We believe that is crucial to be clear on expectations.   People can’t read our mind so asking for and giving clear expectations will lead to less frustration and better results.

  • We always show up early and prepare for meetings with agendas and questions.

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Mindful

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”  - Victor Frankel

What does “Mindful” mean to L. Grace Properties?

  • We strive to be mindful in all our interactions.  We take a moment to understand whether that other side in every interaction is coming from.

  • We don’t just react and that we think of how our best self would respond whether that is with analysis, confrontation or failure.

  • We aim to be be positive and practice blameless problem solving when an issue arises.

  • We are appreciative of those who work for and with us.  We recognize and acknowledge quality work and express our gratitude.

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Consistentcy

“Success isn’t always about greatness. It’s about consistency. Consistent hard work leads to success. Greatness will come.” – Dwayne Johnson

What does “Consistentcy” mean to L. Grace Properties?

  • We are consistent with the vision and goals and always looking to ask if the decision is a step towards our core focus/vision or away.

  • We are consistent in all our processes to allow for efficiency and delegation.

  • We treat employees, customers, competition and vendors consistently and fair.   We do what we say we are going to do.

  • When something does not meet our expectations we first ask if we set clear expectations and clearly communicated them before demonstrating our frustration.

  • We consistently make mistakes, but always learn from there.