I’ve written about this in other iterations. I’ve talked about finding your rhythm, and the importance of letting things come to you, not forcing things, and then riding the momentum when you have the wind at your back. The point of it all is that success is not linear. Progress doesn’t follow a straight line. For most people, the journey is long and winding. It looks more like a stairway or a hockey stick.
I remember with NAR, the National Association of REALTORS®, invited me to participate on a panel session on diversity at their national convention back in 2002. I had never been to an NAR convention, but had heard that they were huge with 20,000+ attendees.
It has been long understood that a nation of stakeholders makes for a strong union, and for that reason, closing the minority homeownership gap has been a goal and a topic of discussion for decades.
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On-Air Political Analyst for MSNBC and bestselling author Anand Giridharadas starts a provocative conversation with Gary Acosta about the intentional economic shift reducing homeownership and wealth building opportunities for Latinos.
Join award-winning music icon and industry legend Emilio Estefan as he reflects on lessons throughout his life, his businesses, and what he envisions as the future of the Latino community.