Krista started out running away from home at the age of 13 and ended up in juvenile hall and ended up in foster care for her last 3 years of high school.
She completely pivoted and got her way into college, got married and unfortunately found out her husband was cheating on her.
This after leaving the teaching field and transitioning into real estate sales. You are the closest association of the 5 people you spend the most time with.
She started reading a lot of books to keep a positive mindset while working through the struggles of her day to day life. Krista knows it is constant work to build up and maintain positivity and all the good things in her life.
Being mindful of where you are at and not being too hard on yourself are critically important things. I can accomplish anything I put my mindset to and a public declaration are powerful motivators.
“Life is a process…” Krista Mashore
Extreme ownership pervades Krista’s life and she is a fan of the book. Growth and contribution are import and are her new focus.
Coaching, accountability and peer support are critical to success in changes and to think it can be done alone is not the best way. Marketing should focus on building a relationship before asking for the sale.