Posts Tagged ‘team sports’

All In The Family

Tuesday, August 3, 2021
Debbi DiMaggio

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Chase Betta is the next generation of a family of real estate professionals dating back to the 70’s when his grandfather Vince DiMaggio syndicated his first building in the Grand Lake neighborhood of Oakland. Chase has worked for Vince for as long as he can remember, and grew up learning valuable business acumen from his parents Adam and Debbi at HIGHLAND PARTNERS. A Piedmont native and longtime Bay Area resident, Chase has a special understanding of the markets in and around the flagship brokerage of HIGHLAND PARTNERS. He graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor’s degree in Ethnic Studies and Communications, which he aims to use to further support his clients as they navigate the nuances of their own journey. Chase’s additional experience working for a commercial brokerage in Los Angeles adds to his already strong base of real estate fundamentals. 

Chase is back in the Bay after travelling throughout Asia before the pandemic. While in the Philippines, he worked at a freediving facility where he met and made new friends daily. In his pastime, Chase likes to travel and stay active. As his passion for lacrosse shows, Chase is a strong team player — he has always skillfully combined interpersonal communication, physical activity, and a drive towards a common goal. He is excited to bring this tenacity to HIGHLAND PARTNERS and looks forward to meeting you!

Adam and I could not be more thrilled to welcome Chase into the family business and the DiMaggio & Betta Group.

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what we learn through team sports // prepares us for every aspect of our own life…

Saturday, November 19, 2011
Debbi DiMaggio

Lessons Learned: Magnified

will to succeed

determination

teamwork

leadership

friends & teammates  ( my boys! )

The Piedmont High School JV Highlanders Football Season was one of celebration and lessons learned.  Of course, it would have been wonderful if the team won all of their games, however, the experience of their few losses allowed them to learn so much more.  Although I am not very knowledgeable about football, it was much easier for me to follow along then I thought.  Not only having my son’s bright shoes as a reference point, but knowing his friends on the field allowed me to understand more easily.  A proud mother, of 45 football players, I’d say.  I reveled in each game as I witnessed their quick moves, timely plays, amazing interceptions, awe inspiring completions, and knock down tackles.  As in life, lessons learned can be used in the future, whether in business or social, as an individual, or as a team… if you allow them.

 

Just as an actor may draw upon his or her emotions and past experiences to deliver a magnificent performance, these athletes will draw from this season… lessons of a lifetime.

 

applaud teammates

 

learn from your mistakes

 

leaders are not always right

 

forgive

 

the agony of defeat

 

false starts

 

respect

 

patience

 

leadership

 

re group

 

laser focus

 

repetition

 

the struggle makes you stronger, tougher, better

 

discipline

 

commitment

 

never give up: persist and perservere

 

thrill of victory

 

working together creates a more successful result

 

outcomes can change with the blink of an eye

 

never stop giving it your all

 

it’s never over ‘til it’s over

 

control

 

emotional swing

 

motivation

 

passion

 

encourage your teammates

 

courage

 

frustration

 

there is no substitute for preparation and hard work

 

show up

 

110%

 

playbook is still unwritten

 

GAME ON!

 

See you in the bleachers next year!

 

XOXO! Debbi

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