My Journey Continues

Dated: 10/09/2018

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Thanks for joining me!  556 days ago I decided to leave my C-Suite corporate job to pursue real estate investing full time.  In October 2016, I told myself that once I left the corporate world, I was done and moving on to something I was passionate about.

Between October 2016 and March 2017, I studied for the real estate exam and became a licensed real estate agent.  Wait a minute.  No one said anything about becoming a real estate agent.  This change was to supposed to be all about real estate investing.  Guess what?  It still is.  I am a Licensed Real Estate Investor!  How's that for a new title?

This journey has been challenging and amazing at the same time.  I am living my vision and working in my passion.  I own my time.  I get to help people every day.  Whether I'm helping someone buy or sell a home or whether I am packing items to aid Haitians in their continued recovery, the decision to move on was well worth it.

What's your passion and what are you doing to live in it?  Let's talk.

“There is no passion to be found playing small—in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” —Nelson Mandela

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Roshawnda "Ro" Humphries

I am many things! I am a native of Flint, MI. I am an engineering graduate from Michigan State University and Illinois Institute of Technology. Being an engineer has afforded me countless opportuni....

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