From age 19-24 i made adult scenes, i have been retired since a decade ago. Not ashamed or proud…it hasn’t interfered with my work or my personal life.I know how to carry myself . im a mom and a wife for 6 years now..forever evolving 🙂
Born and raised in Cuba. I’m 34 years old now; I came when I was 18.
Sumo breathing sessions or cardio.
Neil Armstrong. I’d like to know any details he may not have disclosed hehe … and definitely Don Miguel Ruiz. His books about awareness are enlightening.
Miami Beach’s Sunset Juice Cafe on Alton Road.
Being able to represent clients successfully, according to their needs and family interests, whether to help them sell their assets so they can go relocate in another state or welcome them to their new heaven space. 🙂
I strive to provide prompt communication. When this is disturbed, it can create issues. Communication is vital, especially in this market.
Connect, get out of your comfort zone and make time to visit country clubs, events, donate to charities that you are passionate about and meet more people. But first, your go-to are your friends, family and neighbors.
Neuroscience, all the latest studies regarding mental strength, hormone release and brain characteristics. Real estate requires a ton of psychology, more than we may think hehe… followed by podcasts, blogs and the latest news about the market in my area.
Always in the mood for croquetas & guava pastelitos.
The Guitar Hotel. How the light show adorns its curves and strings at night never ceases to amaze me.
My client’s pet decided to go massively No. 2 on my other client’s kitchen counter at walkthrough … I was a dual agent in the lease.
Brain savvy. I read 20-30 books on the subject yearly, not counting podcasts, and take online courses.
Key West. The people, the food, the energy … everyone is happy to be there. The beaches are just like my birth country, crystal waters and white gravelly sand.
Connect with other agents, real estate attorneys and mentors, and learn pricing strategies.
David Eagleman (neuroscientist), Andrew Hubberman (neuroscience professor at Stanford) and Senada Adzmen.