Is your corporate job making you miserable?
Are you tired of giving everything to your company for eight hours (or more) and being too exhausted to spend quality time with your family at the end of the day?
What if you could get rid of those golden handcuffs with real estate?
Brooke Ceballos-Pinero has not only achieved financial freedom through real estate, but she is also dedicated to empowering others on their path to prosperity.
After 20 years in corporate America, Brooke left her W-2 just two weeks ago and went all-in on herself, growing the Multifamily Momentum coaching program and Real Women in Real Estate book project.
On this episode of the podcast, Brooke describes her frustrations with corporate America and shares the game plan she used to leave her 9-to-5 for real estate.
Brooke discusses the societal messaging that keeps women from pursuing multifamily, explaining why she’s committed to inspiring people in marginalized communities to build wealth with real estate.
Listen in for Brooke’s advice on planning your own exit from the corporate world and get inspired to achieve financial freedom with real estate—no matter who you are or where you come from!
What inspired Brooke to quit her job just 2 weeks ago
· Unhappy with W-2, getting paid less with more responsibility
· Started game plan to leave corporate 2 years ago
How Brooke prepared to leave her corporate role
· Paid off subscriptions and debt, reduced expenses by 50%
· Stacked 6 months of living expenses
Brooke’s next steps as she transitions to real estate full time
· Solve tax situation by getting real estate license by end of year
· Starting Multifamily Mentor coaching program
· Continue working on Real Women in Real Estate book project
The WHY that drives Brooke to keep moving forward
· Inspire women and marginalized communities to invest
· Have means to give to less fortunate
Brooke’s take on why there are so few women in multifamily
· Societal messaging that women are bad with money
· Even high income earners expected to cook and clean at home
When Brooke realized it was time to leave her corporate role
· Tired of watching women get passed up for promotions
· Pressured to do things she was uncomfortable with
Brooke’s frustration with the way people are treated in corporate
· Extracurriculars frowned upon, only 2 weeks vacation per year
· Cut pay and commission with no change in expectations
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