39 minutes | Jun 8, 2021

Risk Turned To Riches with Deanna Adams

Have you felt overworked and overwhelmed in a corporate job? Leaving your steady career to pursue self-employment can be scary, but it could also be the turning point in your life to reaching a level of success you didn’t know was possible. In today’s episode, I am joined by the inspiring Deanna Adams. Deanna is a Real Estate Developer with 15 years of professional experience in the design/renovation industry with a devoted clientele. She is a Property Manager with 20+ doors and has taught herself design and development. Deanna’s journey to building a seven-figure real estate portfolio wasn’t as linear as it may sound. While working her way up the corporate ladder, Deanna knew that career wasn’t sustainable for her happiness. Deanna is incredibly creative, resourceful, and is always interested to talk about design ideas or collaborate on real estate.If you are looking for a sign to transition out of your current career and into real estate, this episode with Deanna is it. Throughout this episode, Deanna and I talk about the highs and lows of her career, how she has built up her portfolio and retired early, and what her advice is for anyone looking to pursue a career in real estate development. Tune in and listen to this episode of Secrets of Seven Figure Women to hear Deanna’s inspiring journey to seven figures!Some Questions I Ask AreHow long did it take you to build this self-employment real estate career? (9:50)What is your current definition of success? (14:43)What’s next for you now that you’re retired earlier than you thought? (27:25)In This Episode, You Will Learn:About Deanna’s background (4:24)The emotions Deanna felt when she was making her career transition (12:30)About Deanna’s current portfolio (19:00)My favorite project of Deanna’s (23:21)Deanna’s advice to reach seven figures (35:18)Connect with Deanna FacebookLet’s Connect!FacebookInstagramLinkedInWebsite See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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