In this episode, Veena Jetti, an incredible multifamily investor and founder of Vive Funds, joins me to dive into real estate investment, personal growth, and inclusion. Veena has just surpassed $1 billion in transactions, primarily due to her dedication to both professional success and emotional well-being. She is a featured speaker at the upcoming Girlfriends and Business event, and today, Veena shares her insights on achieving a work-life balance, overcoming imposter syndrome, and navigating emotional labor.
Veena is a huge advocate for diversity and inclusivity in traditionally male-dominated fields. Drawing from her experience as a woman of color in the finance world, she explores the importance of diverse voices in decision-making and its positive impact on companies. We touch on time management techniques, finding the right support systems, and cultivating a mindset that propels growth and success. Listen in if you’re ready to take charge of your career, personal life, and impact on the world!
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(0:32) Welcome back to another episode of Earn Your Happy.
(5:51) Lori asks Veena, “Do you still get imposter syndrome?”
(8:57) Lori asks Veena, “What did you do? Who did you have in your life? How did you support yourself around that imposter syndrome conversation that was probably going on?”
(11:27) Lori asks Veena, “What are some things now that you do when you are going into new territory?
(13:14) Lori asks Veena, “How do you balance motherhood and work?”
(23:48) Lori asks Veena, “Any other balancing home and work hacks that you’ve found?”
(24:38) Lori asks Veena, “Do you schedule family time into your calendar? Is that something plan out?”
(27:23) Lori asks Veena, “What does emotional labor mean?”
(38:09) Lori asks Veena, “ Let’s talk about diversity and inclusivity.”