Dom here, back with another Inside Scoop to let you know what has been on my mind this past week.
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What I have been doing: Work-wise, I’ve been geeking out big time over a new project. It’s all about bringing Virtual Reality into the world of real estate. Yep, we’re building a platform where you can virtually walk through a property before buying. As Robert Kennedy once said, we’re doing it not because it’s easy, but because it’s hard. It’s the sort of challenge that gets you out of bed in the morning!
What I have been thinking about: When I’ve managed to unplug from the matrix, I’ve been musing over this concept of ‘serendipity.’ You know, those moments when life throws you a surprise party? It’s like when you’re looking for your keys and stumble upon that old photo album you thought you’d lost. Alain de Botton put it best: “We are all more intelligent than we are capable, and awareness of the insanity of love has never saved anyone from the disease.” I reckon the same goes for serendipity – it keeps us on our toes, reminding us of life’s beautiful unpredictability and sometimes the best plan is to just trust in the randomness of the universe!
What I have been watching: For a bit of downtime, I’ve been binge-watching “Master of None.” It’s smart, it’s funny, and it’s got just the right amount of real-life drama thrown in. If you’re looking for a show that gets you laughing and thinking in equal measure, I highly recommend it.
What I have been reflecting on: I’ve also been musing a lot about ‘belief’ lately. It’s wild how what we believe can limit or liberate us. Arthur Schopenhauer said it best: “Every man takes the limits of his own field of vision for the limits of the world.” It’s like we build these invisible walls around us based on our beliefs. But the moment we start questioning those walls, boom! We’re stepping into a world of endless possibilities.
PS: We released a new podcast this week, it is all about the Tiny Home Revolution and it features two Property Lover Community members who are experts in this area. You can listen to them all now on Apple, Spotify, Youtube, our Website or wherever you find your podcasts, you don’t want to miss it.