Are you a slave to your job?
Are you overworked and exhausted?
Do you just feel stuck?
Do you cringe at the costs you're paying for childcare while you're at work? Or are you intimidated by the prospect of returning to work and the associated childcare costs?
Does your debt keep piling-up with no end in sight?
I remember feeling all of those things.
My earning potential was limited and yet my debt was this massive obstacle staring me in the face every moment of every day, and I had no hope of paying it off without a corresponding massive change in my income.
It was a vicious cycle. No matter how many extra shifts I took; no matter how many days I didn't spend one penny more than required to keep a roof over our heads and food in our stomachs; I couldn't get ahead.
It was demoralizing. And it was frustrating. Because I knew that I was smart; I knew that I was a hard-worker; and I was motivated to build a life I could be proud of. I just didn't know how to do it. That
feeling is horrible.
Work Smarter, Not Harder.
I realized I needed a career--not just a job. I searched online but every position that sounded perfect for me required the college degree that I didn't have. And here's the thing about college degrees--they aren't magic. You can feel stuck and broke, overworked and dissatisfied with a degree too. So degree or not, this applies to you.
What I wanted was to be a in position where there were no limitations. Where whether or not I succeeded and to what extent was totally up to me and how
smart I was willing to work. Where the rules that had governed how I thought about work went out the window, and I could, for once in my life, take a chance on
All that to say, I've been where you are. And I can show you the blueprint for how get from where you are to where you want to be. Wherever that is! Your real estate career may not look exactly like mine. That's okay. That's good, actually. You have probably spent many years structuring your job/career based on what someone else (your boss, maybe) wants or needs it to be. Or having a recruiter or interviewer decide whether you're qualified enough for the job you want.
That can stop now. Be your own boss. Own your own business. And reach your potential.