Sept. 18, 2022

Finding Your SuperPower with Angel Williams


Why focus so much on your weakness when you can give light to your strengths and take advantage of them in your life and in your career?

That’s what this episode is about, focusing on your strengths rather than your weakness and making them into your own “superpower” which you can, later on, use to your advantage in your real estate career.

Angel Williams is a Co-Founder of The Academy Presents and a Managing Partner of Lorren Capital, LLC. She has experience in SF rentals, Residential MF rentals, MF Syndication, and Oil and Gas investing. Angel received a BBA from Baylor University in 2000, and an MS in Economics in 2002.

In this episode, Angel talks about why you should prioritize and focus on your strengths more and how you can use that to your advantage. She also shares how you can combine your “superpowers” with others and become a greater sum in your life and in your workplace.

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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:

  • Learn how you can discover your own natural abilities and strengths and turn them into your “superpower”
  • Understand why your weakness isn’t the main focus but instead, it’s your strength
  • Find out how you can combine your “superpowers” with others and maximize your potential

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Topics Covered:

02:24 - How Angel realized that we should focus more on our strengths or “superpowers”

04:09 - How Angel discovered her superpower

07:57 - Changes they made after discovering their strengths or superpowers

09:43 - How she coaches people into taking advantage of their own superpowers

10:54 - How to trade or combine your superpowers if you're flying solo or your spouse isn’t as cooperative

Key Takeaways:

“If you are flying solo, you're going to have to wear more than one hat for at least a small period of time. The hope is that you're going to go to events, and if you're an introvert, you're just going to have to figure out how to go to events and just get a few people.” - Angel Williams

“If you are that introverted person, find you a loud extrovert friend that is willing to be your wingman or your wing woman at an event because they can start the conversations and break the ice. And then you can enter the conversations when you feel comfortable because you don't have to do it alone. And we all have friends.” - Angel Williams

“Your extrovert friends, they don't care what the event is.” - Angel Williams

“And if you're afraid that you don't have any real estate investor friends yet, I'm telling you, go back to that loud extrovert friend of yours because they will accompany you anywhere.” - Angel Williams

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