Real Estate with Bernadette. She’s spiritual, optimistic and quite flexible! Read more about what makes Bernadette Gorgi who she is.
Q&A with Bernadette Giorgi, Realtor® Associate
Q: Professional Insights:
A: (tell us about your position at NKREG and what you like most about your position) My decision to become an agent was a natural progression of everything I have done professionally because I love meeting people and helping them achieve their goals. I was a wardrobe stylist, and I am a health and Wellness Coach. These careers take patience, creativity, good listening skills, investment of my time and dedication, and lots of nurturing and encouragement all with the goal of assisting others in reaching their goals. As a realtor, I call upon all of these skills to give the very best care to assist people find the home of their dreams.
Q: 3 Words that describe you:
A:Spiritual, my Faith, Creative, Optimistic/Grateful
Q: Things that make you smile:
A: Watching my son & daughter thrive
My rescue chi’s Gigi & Nino
Time in my garden
Art in all forms including music, fine art, dance, yoga, martial arts, cooking Achieving my goals & my clients achieving theirs
Q: If you could be on the cover of any magazine, which one and what would the headline read?
A: Black Belt Magazine: Living a Kicka** Life!
Q: Fairly useless but unique skill or trick?
A: I can “wiggle” my ears
Q: Most interesting and fairly useless fact you’ve heard about anything?
A:Glitter was made on a ranch: A cattle rancher in New Jersey is credited for inventing glitter, and it was by accident. Henry Ruschmann from Bernardsville, New Jersey was a machinist who crushed plastic while trying to find a way to dispose of it and thus made glitter in 1934.
Q: Goofy and guilty pleasure of yours?
A: Every year on my birthday, I sit on my deck weather permitting, and indulge in Ben & Jerry’s New York Super Fudge Chunk with pretzels (yes, the entire container!) while shopping online or reading a new book
Q: Favorite quote? Why?
A: “Change the way you look at things and the things you look at will change” Dr. Wayne Dyer This quote is a reminder that everything in life is how we decide to perceive it.
Q: Favorite food? Why?
A: Pizza with a huge salad on top… Why not?
Q: Favorite book? Why?
A: Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
Life changing teachings on how our thoughts create our reality, that stress is caused by thoughts of the past or future, not in the present… “New Earth” is the follow up and also very powerful.
Q: Favorite movie? Why?
A: Rocky I: I love the “Underdog” story of Rocky, the South Philly references, the unlikely romance. I also love the backstory of how Sylvester Stallone fought to have this movie released.
Q: Future aspiration?
A: Start a community garden in local parks or abandoned lots, where the residents learn to garden and then share in the abundance!