Dear RentMen visitors, Talley_Marxxx chose to answer 9 interview questions that were last updated on 18 Jun 2023


  • What makes you stand out from the crowd?
    I am a person of integrity and conscience. I believe that it is important to be honest and fair in all my dealings, both personal and professional. Oxymoronic though it may sound, I'm an *** with a sound moral compass and very seldom am acting with ulterior motives. It's truly disheartening to see so many acquiesce to the notion that it's to be expected of ***s to possess little if no scruples whatsoever.

    In my work, I have seen firsthand how others have stolen from clients, and it makes me angry. I believe that it is important to stand up for what is right, even when it is difficult. I am committed to providing my clients with the best possible service, and I will never do anything that could put their trust in me or my own personal reputation at risk.
  • What would you like your followers to know about you that is unique and even a bit personal?
    I would like my followers to know that I am a very open and honest person. I am not afraid to talk about my struggles or my failures. I believe that it is important to be real and authentic, and to show people that you are not perfect. I also believe that it is important to be optimistic, kind, and compassionate, and to always try to see the best in people. I am still learning and growing every day. I am not perfect, but I am always trying to be the best version of myself.
  • What’s your lifestyle? What makes you who you are?
    My lifestyle doesnt necessarily fit any one particular social or professional category. I tend to find myself in more unconventional situations, and enjoy showing others the value of thinking differently. At my core, Im more of a nomad, learning to be as adaptable as I can be in a multitude of situations and environments.
  • What should others absolutely know about you?
    Im what I would consider a down to earth kind of guy. Im frequently told that my personality doesnt match my pictures, which i guess in and of itself is somewhat flattering, however, it just reinforces that you should never judge a book by its cover. I come in one setting and am pretty easy to vibe with.
  • How do you go that ‘extra mile' in your life?
    In just about every situation I find myself in, I typically find myself going to whatever lengths necessary to ensure it is done adequately, efficiently, and that the results are presentable by an exhaustingly high standard. Some could say its unnecessary, however, I dont want my name attributed to anything that is not of a certain standard of excellence.
  • How often do you travel? Do you prefer to travel or you are more of a homebody?
    Ive admittedly not traveled nearly enough. Im reminded of this each and every time Im privileged enough to go and experience a new place. Each opportunity shows me just how much of the world this simple country boy has yet to explore, and meeting so many awesome people and hearing all their stories captivates me and reinforces my appreciation for each amazing journey Im fortunate enough to go on.
  • What is your ‘niche’?
    My niche would best be described more or less as a sort of chameleon really. Limiting possibilities and essentially identifying with one singular "niche" is just inviting stagnation into your life, where instead variety should be the spice. Thanks in large part to my desire to please, coupled with the vast array of situations I've had the privilege to experience, I'm proud to say that I excel in demonstrating to others the importance of trying something new, indulging in that particular curiosity, or taking risks and going beyond the edge, inspiring them to embrace the unknown. That - immersion in those feelings, rather than shying away from them, cultivates transformation and reinventing oneself so as to never be limited to any one particular category.
  • What do you do for fun?
    Really I approach everything with the idea that any and every scenario has the potential for fun to be had if you allow it to. perspective is important and it is always better to focus on the positive aspects and maintain a sense of optimism in an increasingly tumultuous world.
  • What are your greatest personal traits?
    My most important personal characteristic that I possess is probably my aptitude for Adaptation. I'm a firm believer in the importance of jumping outside of your comfort zone as frequently as possible. By encountering and enduring situations that force you to surrender to your vulnerabilities and fears, you achieve a higher level of personal growth and development, and stronger sense of self. A close second favorite would have to be my sense of humor/wit, especially around those who tend to take themselves a little too seriously. Being provocative, light hearted, but never insensitive. It's important to find the irony or "silver lining" in all situations, especially the more difficult ones. The "good" cannot exist without the "bad," so it's even more important in my opinion to acknowledge the importance of both simultaneously.