#QuoteOfTheDay with Teresa Palacios Smith

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No matter your age, there will always be people who tell you what you should do or who you should be. To Teresa Palacios Smith, choosing to #KnowYourself means ignoring the naysayers and following what YOUR true passions are. At the end of the day, the only opinion that matters is YOUR OWN.

Principle #5 Know Yourself: Be authentic and lead in a way that is true to you. Own your unique talents and strengths, and empower those around you.

To hear more about how Palacios Smith has come to Know Herself as the Chief DE&I Officer at HomeServices of America, watch the full NDILC Ten Women Leadership Principles Broadcast here: tinyurl.com/pjyfezwf!

We want to hear YOUR stories of how you #KnowYourself in your life. Tell us by using these hashtags! #NDILCLeadership #NDILCPrinciples #NDILCTenForTwenties #NDILCTopTen

#QuoteOfTheDay with Marcia Davies

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As cliché as it sounds, there is always a reason behind meeting each person in your life. To Marcia Davies, April’s Leadership Theme: #KnowYourself means seeing each person in your life as an opportunity to become comfortable with different and even conflicting perspectives. By doing so, you continue to refine your own interpersonal skills while also having the chance to transform someone else’s life.

Principle #5 Know Yourself: Be authentic and lead in a way that is true to you. Own your unique talents and strengths, and empower those around you.

To hear more about how Davies has come to Know Herself as COO and a mentor at Mortgage Bankers Association and mPower- MBA Promoting Opportunities for Women to Extend their Reach, watch the full NDILC Ten Women Leadership Principles Broadcast here: tinyurl.com/pjyfezwf!

We want to hear YOUR stories of how you #KnowYourself in your life. Tell us by using these hashtags! #NDILCLeadership #NDILCPrinciples #NDILCTenForTwenties #NDILCTopTen

#KnowYourself with the NAWRB Certified Delegate Spokeswomen: Getting Real About Leadership Series!

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What another amazing “Getting Real About Leadership” broadcast with the NAWRB Certified Delegate Spokeswomen! Special shout out to Leora Ruzin, CMB, AMP for hosting the call and sharing what April’s Theme: #5 Know Yourself means to her.

Know Yourself: Be authentic and lead in a way that is true to you. Own your unique talents and strengths, and empower those around you.

Watch the full broadcast here: tinyurl.com/KnowYourselfDelegates

Throughout April, we want to know how you #KnowYourself. Tell us YOUR story by using these hashtags: #NDILCTenForTwenties #NDILCTopTen #NDILCPrinciples #NDILCLeadership

To learn more about the NDILC’s Ten Women Leadership Principles nawrb.com/NDILC

To learn more about NAWRB’s Certified Delegate Spokeswomen and how you can join the team nawrb.com/delegate

Know the Rules of the Game: Mental Ebbs and Flows with Leora Ruzin

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Within the past year, society’s economic, political, and sociological realms have gone through many trials and tribulations as a result of the pandemic. From long periods of isolation to making knee-jerk decisions based on fear of the future, the pandemic has, without a doubt, affected everyone mentally and physically. Even as many states are beginning to reopen, millions of individuals still face the mental repercussions that the virus has caused.

Patno and Ruzin got real and discuss their experiences of maneuvering life’s ebbs and flows. In this all-new episode of Know the Rules of the Game Podcast: Mental Ebbs and Flow, featuring Leora Ruzin and host Desirée Patno

Here are Ruzin’s Three Rules and Tips of the Day:

1. Listen to your body and your mind.
2. Seek help when you need it.
3. Love yourself, even when you shouldn’t.

Tip of the Day: Spend less time comparing yourself to others. Instead, compare yourself to a previous version of yourself.

TO WATCH THE FULL PODCAST: tinyurl.com/MentalEbbsandFlows

Interested in being a guest or sponsor on “Know the Rules of the Game” Podcast? Email us at info@nawrb.com

Know the Rules of the Game Podcast: Mental Ebbs and Flow with Leora Ruzin

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Within the past year, society’s economic, political, and sociological realms have gone through many trials and tribulations as a result of the pandemic. Even as many states are beginning to reopen, millions of individuals still face the mental repercussions that the virus has caused.

Join us TOMORROW, 8 AM PST on our Facebook page for an all-new episode of Know the Rules of the Game Podcast: Mental Ebbs and Flow, featuring Leora Ruzin, CMB, AMP and host Desiree Patno. In this episode, Patno and Ruzin will discuss Ruzin’s THREE RULES and TIP OF THE DAY when it comes to maneuvering life’s mental ebbs and flows.

RSVP for the FREE event here: https://fb.me/e/cudaqu25q

#mentalhealth #podcast #ebbsandflow

#5 Know Yourself with Marcia Davies: Thank You!

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A HUGE thank you to Marcia Davies, COO of Mortgage Bankers Association and Founder of mPower at MBA, for kicking off April’s NAWRB Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council (NDILC) Ten Women Leadership Principle Theme: #5 Know Yourself.

Know Yourself: Be authentic and lead in a way that is true to you. Own your unique talents and strengths, and empower those around you.

In this call, the NDILC members shared inspiring stories of how they practice authenticity every day as women leaders.

“To be authentic in the workplace, you have to feel passionate about the work you’re doing. Otherwise, you don’t show up as your best self” – Marcia Davies, COO of Mortgage Bankers Association and Founder of mPower at MBA

“Don’t let others tell you who you want to be. Go after what YOU think you want to be” – Teresa Palacios Smith, Chief DE&I Officer at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

“Say it like it is” – Desirée Patno, CEO/Founder of Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem – NAWRB

To learn what it means to #KnowYourself, watch the full broadcast on YouTube! https://youtu.be/F6Pp3nB6oCg

We want to know how you #KnowYourself! Share your stories by using these hashtags: #NDILCTopTen #NDILCLeadership #NDILCTenForTwenties #NDILCPrinciples