Elna Brown - Real Estate Professional
Being in America is the greatest opportunity I have had in my life. I am
always grateful, every minute, as long as I live, despite life's circumstances.
I have lived almost 20 some years in the most generous country in the world. I
have the ability to achieve the "American Dream" which is available for
every color of skin, every faith preference, and every level of education. It is
the most powerful right to every citizen. This has impacted my desire to do
better mentally, emotionally, physically, spiritually, and financially.
I graduated in the Philippines with my Bachelors in Science of Nursing where
we were taught to care for others which is now ingrained in my life's purpose.
This has been heightened by the character and words of my role models that
include The Dalai Lama, his holiness "my true religion is kindness"; Mahatma
Gandhi, "be the change you wish to see in the world"; Mother Teresa, "peace
begins with a smile, and her compassion"; and the famous JFK's inaugural
address, "ask not what your country can do for you but ask what you can do
for your country". These things have had a tremendous effect on my positive attitude which I always carry every day.
I am a mother of two girls, I was a stay at home mom for quite sometime and when I had the ability to get back into workforce, I was in a limbo what to do. I am not that kind of person I know what I want since I was born. When I started Real Estate in 2016 without any background, I was like, "now what?". From that time on I grew into loving the challenges-life and business in general. And why REAL ESTATE? The anatomy of real estate is a very tedious and taxing process may it be buying, selling, renting or investing. There's no two transactions are the same, learning and growing every steps of the way makes life more meaningful and zestful with integrity. By mastering my expertise to serving my clients is of most value I can offer from start to finish systematically. And I am so grateful with the continuous training I'm in with the brokerage I belong. The world is changing so fast and I must admit, the struggle is real and that's the beauty of it - adaptation is the key.
Oh, by the way... I also grew into a "wine enthusiast", "vivacious" and "altruistic"! CARPE DIEM!!! :-)