Once upon a time in the bustling town of Pagedale, there lived a curious and ambitious kid named Alex.

While most children spent their days playing games, Alex had a passion for houses and buildings.

Their dream was to become a real estate agent and help people find their perfect homes.

Every day after school, Alex would explore the town, observing the unique features of each house and imagining the stories they held.

Their favorite house was a charming cottage with a white picket fence, where an elderly couple named Mr. and Mrs. Johnson lived.

One sunny day, Alex noticed a “For Sale” sign in the Johnsons’ front yard.

Curiosity sparked within them, and they decided to seize the opportunity to learn more about real estate. Alex mustered up their courage and knocked on the Johnsons’ door.

Mr. Johnson greeted Alex with a warm smile. “Hello, young one! How can I help you today?” he asked kindly.

Alex explained their interest in real estate and asked if they could shadow Mr. Johnson to learn about the process of selling a house. Mr. Johnson was delighted by Alex’s enthusiasm and happily agreed.

Over the next few weeks, Alex joined Mr. Johnson on his real estate adventures.

They learned about pricing, negotiations, and the importance of building relationships with clients.

Mr. Johnson emphasized the value of being kind, courteous, and helpful to others.

Alex took these lessons to heart and started applying them in their daily life.

They helped their neighbors carry groceries, volunteered at community events, and always greeted people with a smile.

One day, while Alex was exploring the town, they came across an abandoned house.

It looked neglected and sad, with overgrown weeds and peeling paint.

Alex felt a pang of sadness and wondered if they could make a difference.

With determination in their heart, Alex decided to ask the townspeople for help.

They organized a community clean-up day and invited everyone to join. People of all ages came together, armed with paintbrushes, rakes, and tools.

As they worked, Alex realized that by caring for the house, they were also caring for the town. The community spirit grew stronger, and friendships blossomed along the way.

Word about the community clean-up day reached the local news. The town’s mayor, impressed by Alex’s initiative, presented them with a “Pagedale Hero” award.

The success of the clean-up day caught the attention of a real estate developer, who saw the potential in the house. They decided to renovate it and turn it into a community center for all to enjoy.

Through their kindness, courtesy, and helpfulness, Alex not only became a successful real estate agent but also a beloved member of Pagedale.

They learned that the value of relationships and making a positive impact on their community were more significant than any house or sale.

And so, the story of Alex, the kid who became a real estate agent, reminded everyone in Pagedale that kindness and caring could turn dreams into reality and transform houses into homes filled with love and friendship.

The End.

This entire short story was created by ChatGPT.

You might have your own story to tell however you might not know how to create it.

Try writing your own using ChatGPT and email it to me. I would love to read it.


Organizations bring in Doug Devitre from St. Louis, Missouri USA when they want to dramatically increase operational performance, create breakthrough value propositions, and serve customers beyond geographical constraints on a minimal budget. For more than a decade he has been setting trends with how organizations engage customers with social media, video marketing, and custom-built software applications. Doug’s book Screen to Screen Selling published by McGraw Hill pioneered the way sales professionals sold homes without being physically present before the COVID-19 pandemic. He is one of a select few who have earned the Certified Speaking Professional Designation from the National Speakers Association and has experience as a REALTOR.

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