About The Author, Randi Lynn Kroll:
First off, Thank You So Much for inquiring about my book. I just wanted to write a little bit more about myself so that you could get to know me a better. I was born at Palos Hospital in June of 1983. I primarily grew up in Cook County, though I did move a lot growing up. I attended Central Middle School in Tinley Park and then went to Carl Sandburg High School, graduated class of 2001. I grew up with my parents, and 2 sisters to who I am very close with these days… My parents separated when I was in Grade School and because of that, I have always learned that I wanted to be able to become a strong, successful business owner. I was forced to grow up pretty fast. Being that my parents were separated, both had to work full time in order to provide for our family. I saw how hard it was to work full time and still have designated family time. I was a cheerleader growing up. Took Ice Skating lessons as well… I always truly believed that this world had so much potential to be such an amazing place! I realized early on that in order to get where you wanted to be in life, you truly needed to believe in yourself.
After deciding to start a family, I resigned from my position to become a stay at home mommy. We have three beautiful children and I am completely blessed to have all I do. But very shortly after being home with them, I had learned that I began to slowly lose myself. I opened up my own Marketing Business, with a product at that time I truly believed in, and was very successful. I felt alive and realized quickly that my calling was Marketing and Working with People. Now, real estate has always been something that intrigued me. Especially with my background in Marketing and Interior Design. However, once meeting my husband, who is and has been realtor for over 20 years now, I chose to put that dream of mine aside….But being surrounded by Real Estate now Each and EVERY SINGLE DAY of My Life since I have been 20 years old has taught me so much. I am so beyond grateful that I decided to pursue my dreams and become a Realtor. This, by far, has been one of the best decisions I have ever made in my entire life. I absolutely love what I do. I love helping people with their “American Dream” and I truly feel I am compassionate towards my clients. This is a Very Big time in your life and one that should not be taken lightly. It is my job as a Realtor to make sure that I am there with my clients through every step of the way.