Adapia

AdaPia d’Errico is an Investor, Entrepreneur, Keynote Speaker, Mentor, and Advisor. She trained in women’s leadership empowerment, yoga, meditation, mindfulness, and spiritual studies. AdaPia is also a Psych-K Facilitator. She is passionate about empowerment on all levels – from spiritual to financial and is very open about her experiences of burnout, awakening, spirituality.

The highlights of the episode include:

– how AdaPia navigated her life to find who she is and how to serve in her highest capacity.

– how she started from Humble Beginnings to becoming Successful in Fintech, Real Estate Investor, and an Entrepreneur

– her formula for manifestation.

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Website: https://www.adapiaderrico.com

Email: adapia@adapiaderrico.com

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AdaPia Secret Formula on How to Use Productive Intuition to Manifest Dreams to Reality

Pamela Bardhi
Hello, everyone, and welcome to another episode of underdog. Today I have an incredible, incredible guest here with me today. Olivia, how are you?

AdaPia
I’m doing so Wow. Pamela, thank you so much for having me.

Pamela Bardhi
Oh, it is such an honor to have you. You are such a rockstar in so many realms real estate authors. I mean, where I just can’t wait to get into it and hear your journey. You know, every single journey is super unique, but especially yourself. I’m excited about that. And so with that, I’ll start you off with the most loaded question. Which is what inspired you on your journey to where you are today?

AdaPia
Oh, my goodness, I guess I can say where I’m at today, having gone through a lot of souls searching. Over the past few years, we can talk about, I had a whole period of burnout and really needed to figure out how I wanted to show up in the world. And so where I’m at today and what really inspires my journey today is. A level of showing people being empowered around our finances and our wealth, especially for women.

Because having gone through this, when I know my wealth-building capabilities. When I put money to work for me, when I’ve got my finances straight, I am strong, I am confident. I feel like you can’t mess with me because I’m in charge of those things. So often make people feel powerless. Like I’m a victim to this system, I have to work I have to all these things. And then but when we put a lot of attention on those and really take control of them. It’s a game-changer.

Pamela Bardhi
Absolutely is. And I know there’s many facets to your journey. So whichever one you want to speak to, but before we get into that. I love this question so much. But what did you want to be as a kid growing up?

AdaPia
Oh boy, I wanted to be a paleontologist. Like a dinosaur bone digger. I loved dinosaurs when I was a little kid. So I wanted to be a paleontologist, I just wanted to be outside be in nature dig up dinosaur bones. You know, really that’s what I wanted to do.

Pamela Bardhi
That’s so amazing I never knew that term-wise. I was today years old when I heard this term. That’s hilarious, like, I had this period in my life when I was a kid, too, that I wanted to be an archaeologist. And then someone told me they’re like, how many schools you have to go through, and then they told me that most of the time. You’re just like dusting things off and it takes years to find something. I was like, I don’t think that would be fun anymore, I find that fascination as well. Oh, that’s incredible. So basically, you wanted to find the hidden gems

AdaPia
I did I want to be out in the field. And now like it’s, I mean, it’s completely different. But sometimes when I’m reading about macroeconomics and what has driven. The system that we’re currently in. It’s kind of like being an archaeologist or a paleontologist of sorts where you’re like. Digging up all these dinosaur bones that have created the system that’s like influencing us today.

I mean, sometimes it’s still shocking, like to read because we don’t go into that level of depth of economics. Even in school and I have two business degrees or maybe I just wasn’t paying that much attention to the creation of. The petrodollar system or what have you. But really taking the time to look into it and understand it. Sometimes I do feel like a paleontologist and like, those are I mean, the petrodollars. I suppose is literally dinosaur bones made oil.

Pamela Bardhi
Yes, it is. Oh, yes, you touched on your journey a little bit. I think you were going through some soul searching for a while. We could touch on that and what that process and career process looks like for you.

AdaPia
It was 2017 and I was at, I would call it the pinnacle of my career. I mean, I got started working in a bank when I was 18. And so 2017 and 38 I’m like 20 years in. I have liked Pinnacle position of my career and I basically left the whole thing. And I thought I could never go back to business because I had a combination of burnout. But a lot of people will call it a spirit awakening and it was very much but it doesn’t feel good. Like the spiritual awakenings are not, like you wake up and you hear angels and the world is like totally different. Beautiful place, honestly that’s what I thought it was and instead, it was like the most profound, personal crisis I’ve ever been through. Because I didn’t know who I was anymore.

Like, I could not function as a business person anymore. If that makes sense and I was coming up against these challenges where I couldn’t make things work. And I’ve never experienced in my life where I haven’t been able to get what I want by putting the work in. I just kept running up, like into walls and walls and walls and walls. Because essentially, what I realized and going through this process was it took a few months in like the really acute part of it. And then years to fully integrate and understand I needed to stop. I was burnt out and that emotionally, physically, psychologically. Like I was out and I really had to do a lot of souls searching around.

What are my values, and what’s really meaningful to me so that I can show up in the right way and in the right place? Because at first, I thought I can never go back to business because somehow I inadvertently judged it as bad. I thought, What have I done with my whole life, this career and investing and finances? And am I a greedy bad person? Like I really went through a lot of that soul searching? And in reality, like it came out the other side with a lot of clarity around? No, of course not, I have very good intentions, I want to invest for impact. I want to invest for sustainability for the world and for myself, I want to make meaningful decisions and investments.

So no, it’s like I’ve had to do an overhaul of my intentions. And then when I got to the end of that, and all my values, I was so clear on that. I realized the only place that I could make the most amount of difference in the world was back in the investment realm. And that’s where I came, which is unethical to what a lot of people think happens in a spiritual awakening. Which are you become like some spiritual guru or like a yoga teacher or something like that. I love that space, personally and I have a very deep spiritual practice. But that’s not where I belong, to shine my light and make a difference.

Pamela Bardhi
Yes. Oh, my God, so many different things that you touched on that I really loved, and that I’d like to dig into a little bit. I know, there’s a lot of burnt-out people listening to this right now. How did you know that you were burned out? That sounds like a stupid question. But I know some people that literally just continue to run themselves through a wall in USA, it’s like. How did you stop, pause and realize where you’re at?

AdaPia
I didn’t not until after I kind of came out of it if that makes sense. Like I kept doing the crazy person thing of trying the same thing that. I’ve always done and would not get the results anymore and I kept trying, you know. It’s like there’s a saying that is what got you here won’t get you there. And I kept trying to do what got me here and it wasn’t getting anywhere. So I basically had a breakdown, like a total breakdown, like I wasn’t making any money. I felt like my marriage was in trouble, I had a house under construction. Like I mean, everything just kind of culminated in this complete breakdown.

And that breakdown led to clarity like I sat around the values and I think it took a few months for me. To realize that I was burnt out we just don’t know we’re in it. When we’re in the fire. We don’t know we’re in it because you just deal with it. Especially when you are strong and independent. And like I know I am I know you are I know a lot of women are we have to be for so many reasons and so we don’t think it’s okay to stop.

We don’t think it’s okay to ask for help and so I learned a lot of those lessons around. Stopping and making time in my day for myself and I started meditating. I started doing my yoga practice again regularly, like a lot of things went into that. And I think I realized that when I finally admitted that I needed to slow down and when I started to slow down. I thought, Oh, I could feel the difference and I could feel that was burnout. It was of the worst, just the worst.

Pamela Bardhi
Wow, and what’s crazy is that you were missing like you couldn’t do things that you could do before. And I totally feel you on this because I was in burnout stages so many times and you just like it’s like you hit a wall. But you got to come to realize that if you don’t take care of yourself. Best the best way someone put this for me was incredible. When they said a Ferrari would ever drive without gas no matter what type of car even the greatest they cannot drive without the proper fuel. Which is like, it sounds so simple, but it’s the truth like, where do you expect to go? If you don’t take care of you? And then it’s like a domino effect and everything in your life?

AdaPia
Yeah. Which is why it’s so important to take. So that doesn’t happen. Because if we want to be sustainably successful and happy and everything. We have to make sure we make space in our everyday life and take time for ourselves every single day. So that it doesn’t happen so that we basically never run out of gas, so to speak. And so yeah, it’s a slight shift, it starts from a mindset of not believing we can or that we’re allowed to.

Or we don’t give ourselves permission to and this is why I’m really passionate about. Having these conversations with you and other women, we all need to do it for ourselves. And the more people hear it from me and from you and from others, the more we give each other permission. So it starts this really big ripple effect of women kind of it’s really a self-honoring. We have to take care of ourselves and really abolish this notion that it’s selfish. Because that is one of the biggest lies that has ever been put upon women.

Pamela Bardhi
Yes, yes. And I feel like women, I mean, if you look at it, right, this whole COVID situation, women were hit the hardest. Even at working from home, women were experiencing burnout at ridiculous rates. I remember seeing some stats, but I can’t think of them off top my head. But I was astounded between school and between, partners having to be home and also work from home. Like, there’s a whole dynamic there. And I think women especially because they’re expected to do everything. You’re expected to work, they are expected to cook, to clean to do like, No, one person.

AdaPia
Yeah, and women are also reportedly going to be set back in return to work because a lot of them won’t. And so there’s going to be like really multiple steps backward after decades of movement toward. Women having the ability to have a career and so I think with the awareness, we can try hopefully to change that. But it’s a little it’s disappointing to see that you know that this pandemic. It really disproportionately hit women across all socio-economic classes.

Pamela Bardhi
Right. I’m wondering because another thing that I’m seeing is that more women are becoming entrepreneurs. So that could be like the light at the end of that’s all. It is just more badass female entrepreneurs out there that are going to come and rock it. Because I’m just noticing these patterns. And I’m like, huh, this is very interesting. It’d be incredible because I think a lot more women are realizing that if they build their own business, nobody can ever tell them. No, you can’t you know what I mean? Like, you’re laid off or whatever, you know anyone can take their futures and they have their own. So incredible.

AdaPia
Yeah, and women are great at running businesses. There’s a lot of great statistics about how they actually return better returns as investors. Whether real estate investors or venture capital investors. Or there’s so many great statistics if anyone’s listening and thinking, Oh, that can’t be me. Let me tell you that you just statistically, we excel because we’re so diligent and we’re so careful and we’re so thoughtful and as a generalization. We’re a little more risk-averse than men. So we’re less likely to take a gamble, not to say we won’t take measured risks. But we’ve not take these crazy gambles, so I love seeing the statistics around women’s success rates at being entrepreneurs and business owners and investors across the board.

Pamela Bardhi
It’s incredible. And so throughout your journey, so what helped you get out of that burnout? Like what would be some tips and suggestions based on your experience to kind of get out of that? Because it can be pretty deep, wholesome diet.

AdaPia
I would say the number one thing, which was the hardest, was asking for help. Being able to I guess it sounds like admitting which is silly to me now. But I couldn’t admit even to my husband that I wasn’t okay for a while until I could say, hey, I don’t know what’s happening to me. I’m kind of don’t know who I am anymore and I need to figure out what’s going on. And I started with that, I was able to find a community of people. Dear friends that I could speak to and that could help me and I personally was very drawn to this spiritual community. Because I had never even considered myself a spiritual person, I mean, for me, yoga was always a physical practice.

And I understood the benefits of meditation, but I hadn’t really approached it from that really deep spiritual side and in a way. I found my faith and I realized that not only had I not been able to ask for help from people around me. But I had been feeling like I didn’t have any kind of support. Let’s say from life for the universe or like a greater force and whatever people call it. I’m not the person to say what you should call that force. But my understanding of it for me is that I’m so connected and I’m so supported and I’m so loved and I’m not alone. And that was a game-changer, because I was like, going through life, literally thinking, it was all on me, like talk about pressure.

Pamela Bardhi
Yes, and my spiritual journey was very, very similar like when you realize that you’re truly not alone. And there’s opportunity to co-create and that there’s like, literally hundreds, if not 1000s of supporters that you just can’t see. It’s pretty incredible.

AdaPia
And I love that word co-creating because that’s such a neutral way to describe it. Because we have so much power in just being able to access our creativity. To be able to access our intuition, to be able to access this really incredible energetic force that lives in our body. I mean, the science, like I went in and looked for the science of it. Because I’m not wanting to just believe things on like, blind faith. I’m like, No, I have a pretty linear left brain. So I want some proof because I’m not just gonna believe you.

The science is amazing and it just shows what this is that we are that’s intangible that we can access like. And it shows up in all the mindset work that we see. It shows up in like, it doesn’t have to be under the guise of spirituality, it simply is accessing even a different brainwave pattern of ours. And one of the big things to go back to your original question. I tend to meander, but around burnout is what really helped was asking for help and really stopping. Like really just taking a beat and having creating more space in my day.

So when I wasn’t working, because all these things were going sideways. I tried to keep myself really busy as though I would trick myself into thinking that I was doing something useful. And instead, I just had to admit that I really just needed to do absolutely nothing. That space was where I started to connect to myself, for the first time, like really connect to myself and by connecting to myself. I found the strength and I found the answers that I needed. That’s the big thing for burnout is you, you 100% need to stop and rest. And sometimes for a lot longer than you would like to rest.

Pamela Bardhi
Right, I love that, I love slowing down and that whole process, I mean, it’s crazy. Everyone has their own tactics, but it’s always incredible to find out what worked for you. It’s incredible. So what started happening once you really tuned into you.

AdaPia
So one of the big things that came out of it, as I mentioned, I thought I could never go back to the business world. And what actually came out of it is that at that moment, so here’s the story. So I was in that moment where I was having this breakdown. And I was very upset, I was very upset at the universe. I was yelling at the universe, about how upset I was what’s going on with me and I declared out of nowhere. Because I wasn’t expecting this to come out of my mouth. But I declared, I really want business partners, I want to go back to business. I want business partners who appreciate me for who I am.

And not that they try to stick me in this box and this be the silver bullet and all these like ideas that I had in my head. So I just want some really great business partners. Three days later, I got a call from a woman now my current business partner. It’s been three and a half years. And it’s is a true story they called and I had like I was advising them. I thought they were great group entrepreneurs in real estate, private equity and I didn’t think anything of it. They called me and we had a meeting and they said. You know, we’d like you to join as a partner as a principal of the firm and that’s what came out of it.

Because I got so clear on what I wanted and what my values were like strong partners. Like I don’t I’m not a solopreneur that’s not me. And I think that’s what a lot of people think they should be, you know, it’s like oh, I need to be the solopreneur. Not for me, I’m much better even though I’m very independent. But I like to work with very capable other people to grow a business and my back into real estate which I love real estate Investing. I love it and it was kind of like the secret but actually happening to me, which of course, you know, there’s a long story around it.

But the important thing is that when I got really clear, I was also unafraid to set boundaries, which is all on me. Because I didn’t set proper boundaries in previous roles I felt a little powerless. I was like, Oh, maybe I shouldn’t see this. And then with them, I kind of in a way, in my own mind, I thought I have nothing to lose. I was like, this is like who I am, this is what I want. This is what I will do. Every time I said very clearly, directly, these are my things that we were aligned. And that’s very important in partnership. All right, as you know,

Pamela Bardhi
Amazing. I just love that three days later. So when you got really clear on your intention and you made that happen. Oh, my God, that’s incredible. And then the rest is history when it comes to real estate.

AdaPia
Yeah, it’s been so much fun and we’ve grown so much. And it’s just like, this is the business. This is the space that I want to be in like real estate. Like I love alternative investing, I mean, my background started in banking. So I kind of grew up around stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs, all that good stuff. And then when I discovered real estate, I was like, hold on, hold on a second, this is a real thing. I have not looked back since like most of my personal portfolio is in real estate and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Pamela Bardhi
Oh my gosh and now I’m going to ask you your top tips in real estate investing in your experience. And then I would love to dive into your book because that productive intuition now I can’t wait, I can hear all. So yeah, the real top real estate investing tips.

AdaPia
I mean, I guess it depends on what kind of an investor you are, I work with a lot of people who don’t want to be direct investors. So we have a private capital network and you know. We Syndicate, we do the underwriting, we do everything for investors, so my top tips are. If you’re going to be an active investor, make sure you love it and have the time. And if you’re not, then make sure you do spend a lot of time up front doing your diligence on who you want to invest with. It’s really, really important for me, and for anyone. There’s a lot of people out there doing real estate, doing deals.

Even though it’s going to be passive, there’s a lot of upfront work. So make sure that you put in that time getting to know the person, the operator, the sponsor, or the syndicator, so that would be a top tip. And along with that is really under, like having a little more than a basic understanding of what it is. So I know that it’s going to be locked up for a certain period of time. Like knowing your risk tolerance, really spending the time on understanding that. And let’s see and then I mean, those are the like, those are the really big ones.

It’s like really vetting the people behind, like the people that are responsible for delivering your money and really understanding. Whether it’s even right for you, whether you’re active or passive or not at all, and it’s totally okay. So having a lot of compassion, non judgment around toward yourself. Because I talk to a lot of investors and they’re like, Oh, this is a stupid question and I said it’s not. I have a background in finance and it took me forever to understand certain things about this space. So trust me, all your questions are more than valid.

Pamela Bardhi
For sure and I mean, for anyone who’s listening active and passive. The best way to explain it is active income is when you have to work for your money, like flipping houses. You know, real estate agent, commission, stuff like that. And then the second element is passive, which is when your money works for you. Which is like the greatest thing ever. And with what you were mentioning how to do with, either you can run your own investments.

Which again, takes a lot of time and should have some experience and partners that know what they’re doing for sure. But you could also invest in a fund where essentially the fund then puts your money to work. And then you get your returns on a monthly basis. So anyone who’s listening just to differentiators and when you were discussing like operator and stuff like that. If you could just briefly explain, pour the key players in the transaction like that for anyone who might be listening to this for the first time.

AdaPia
Sure. Yeah, so like an operator, responses are interchangeable. A lot of people call it a developer but they’re not necessarily building from the ground up. They’re simply the entity, the business that is purchasing. The real estate asset could be let’s call it an apartment building. It’s very popular and they’re running it. So they’re buying it, they might do some renovations, they’re gonna try to lease it up. They’re gonna want to sell it for a profit later, so that’s your operator. That’s the person who runs the business of getting your money back regularly through rental income who deals with like toilets, tenants, termites. Like all of that they’re the person that does that for you, and you are a passive investor to them.

So that’s what an operator is. And so when we talk about really getting to know them, I mean it like really getting to know them. It’s important to also get even a little bit educated on what it is. So you know what to ask and what to expect, you know. The right questions that you don’t have to necessarily know how to do like a full. You know, show me your Excel file with your model and all of that. But like, at least having a really good sense, if nothing else has the risk-reward profile. Because you need to make sure that you’re getting appropriately compensated for the risk that you’re taking.

Pamela Bardhi
Absolutely, I love that. I know real estate, such as a hot take for is something that I could talk about. But I would love, love, love to hear about your book, productive intuition. So tell me about that. And what sparked that?

AdaPia
Well, this is the book that I wish I had had when I was going through it. Because I was, at that time, like a well known executive in the FinTech space. I’m this business person, I’m pretty hard-driving and everything and I was ashamed to talk to anyone about thinking I’m a failure. And nothing I’m doing is working, therefore, I’m still in more of failure. So I had like, all the shame and all this stuff and I didn’t know that anybody could understand what really I was going through, because it was emotional. It was like, I really don’t know who I am anymore. I’ve never had felt more myself. It’s a very strange paradox, where I’m discovering who I really am inside and you can call this a higher self, I really believe this.

And I’m kind of like, I call it digging my soul out from under my ego there. I’m really finding this shining gem that is me. But I’ve been this ego this like acceptable identity. So I can’t talk to anybody about this is what I’m thinking. And so I wrote this book as, as basically a way to everything that I learned in my waking up. Written kind of from the perspective of like, whether you’re burnt out. Or you’re waking up, or you’re just interested in working with your intuition. Because that’s really what I understood about myself, I’m so much more than my brain, I’m so much more than my thinking mind. This incredible multifaceted, like being and we all are.

And so how do I show up in work and in business as that big giant shiny thing that we all are. It really is a little bit of my journey, so there’s a lot of my stories in there. A lot of the things that I learned a tonne of research. So a lot of science, because it really helps us when we’re when we are analytical. And when we are business-oriented to have the information that helps us lock in and say, oh, okay. This can make sense to me because it’s fair to be sceptical. I mean, there’s a lot of, weird stuff out there that just asks you to finally follow.

So the book really came out of that journey and everything that I learned. Basically integrating my spiritual self back into my outer identity. And now I get to show up as this very whole person and I’m not afraid to speak to my spiritual side and talk about intuition and talk about. Even these crazy magical moments, like manifesting my partnership and they’re real and we can all do it. And it’s super exciting and imagine if we can apply the entirety of who and what we are to everything that we do and especially to work.

Pamela Bardhi
So you mentioned manifesting your partnership, oh yeah. You talked about that earlier. I don’t know why, oh my God, there was somebody that told me that they were manifested their husband? Oh, you know like, they met within like, hours. It was the craziest thing. I believe that you met your partner. Oh my God. Yeah. Because I believe it is three days and they called you to be a partner, like he’s like. Hey, how you doing? Like, we thought, no come join us. What intention Did you set in order to make that happen? Just curious.

AdaPia
You know, I didn’t, it was just I got real mad and I got really mad when I was shaking my fist and I was really angry. I’m like, this is all I want give it to me. But I actually had like, a similar thing happened when I was like, uh, gosh, maybe it was like a year later, we remodeled our garage. Because actually a friend of my husband’s wanted to move in as a permanent renter in the Garage and so we remodeled it. And like three quarters of the way through the remodel. He tried to like renegotiate the whole rent and wanted like half as much and it totally wouldn’t have been worth it. And I sat down and I started getting really angry again. If you can’t tell like, I get really angry and I said and asked.

What is the lesson, what is going on? For real? I can’t handle this and I just like outwardly I was like, what is this? And I demanded an answer and then like that night. We were talking about it with my husband and we kind of were like. Why don’t we Airbnb it? And we did and my goodness. We did so well on that Airbnb, way better than if we had even taken even if he had come in and not tried to renegotiate, we did so much better. That whole Airbnb situation helped us get a whole lot more value for when we actually sold the house last year. So it’s like when things don’t go your way, so to speak like your egos like no, I can’t handle this.

I want things my way, only me the way I want it. And if you just let go and just ask your higher self or God. The universe, whatever you want to call it and maybe you don’t have to get angry. That was just how I started my learning. It was like I would get really frustrated and angry. But now I don’t have to now I’m a little nicer about it, but like I do ask the question like, what’s the lesson? Why is this happening? Help me understand. Help me find a solution. That’s how I set the intention. I set the intention to receive the answer.

Pamela Bardhi
Hmm. I love that set the intention? So you receive the answer. Wow. Follow that. Everyone’s just got to check out that book and make magical things

AdaPia
We are magical. It’s like we are magical and then I mean, you’ve had synchronicities happen. When it that’s all that is because you’re putting it out there. Everything’s energy and everything’s like proven its quantum its energetic. And so you have to be really careful about what you say and what you intend. Which is why I went through a purification of intention and I got really clear on my intention and on. I come from a very open-hearted place and like my life intention is to live with an open and Fearless Heart. And so I show up in everything that I do that way, and it can be uncomfortable sometimes. But it’s always worth it.

What Would Her Older Self Tell Her Younger Self

Pamela Bardhi
Yes. Oh my god. 100% agree with you on that. But I just love sharing the intention and being really intentional about everything. Like you said, you show up in your whole life in every situation like that. How much more powerful can we become as people for constantly living with intent and purpose in everything that we do which is awesome. And then, of course, you can manifest easily if I suppose there’s a lot of people who are like, oh, it’s just luck. No, there’s not. There’s a formula manifestation formula. Yeah oh goodness and now I have a question for you. This is my favourite question, which is what would your older self tell your younger self based on what you know now?

AdaPia
It’s chill out, just like, take a breath and just don’t push so hard. Which is part of manifestation by the way it’s receive just so hard for women to receive, because we’re always giving. But it really is. It is like, Hey, you don’t have to push so hard, you don’t have to fight at all. You don’t have to be at all like just just just take a moment, It can be more easeful. Just take a step back and just receive

Pamela Bardhi
I love it. It’s so out appeal What’s up in your world in the next like six to 12 months? Like what’s what’s going on? What’s new on the horizon?

AdaPia
Oh, my goodness so much. So while I have the book and the book actually sparked a course of a different name. It’s called writing the self and what writing the self is. Is the process that I discovered and used to get to where I am today. Like how I was able to do this inner work to get so very clear on my values and and on who I am. And it really is a form of taking your power back from your past. It’s kind of like subconscious reprogramming. So I have this course called writing the self, which is coming out in November. And then I am very excited about this because it’s more related to my primary work. Which is I am starting a mastermind, a wealthy mastermind for women.

I’m just so intent, like my intention is to empower more women to really own their wealth. Because most women statistically, are great savers. But saving does not build wealth, investing builds wealth. And beyond that there’s all the different strategies real estate’s a part of it. So I’m starting this mastermind for women who really want to take control of this and it’s transformational. As you know, when we take control of this, it’s like. There I don’t know if there’s anything more like, practically transformational, like not spiritually. But practically transformational than like, just owning your wealth and making your money work for you.

Pamela Bardhi
Yes. Oh, it changes lives. Yeah, changes lives and having that passive income is can make a huge difference. Yeah, pay off when your kids’ college is or the house or God. I mean, there’s so many different things, oh my gosh, that’s incredible. That’s incredible. I’m so excited to see all of it and to see where it all takes off. Oh, so exciting. And thank you Gore’s Now where can everybody find you?

AdaPia
I would say the easiest place to find me is on LinkedIn. So if you’re listening to this and I’m pretty easy to find just you know, type my name at AdaPia. I’ll show up in any search engine. I’m like the only one. So DM me on LinkedIn and let me know that you’ve heard me on underdog podcast and if you’re interested in the mastermind or the course just let me know. I love connecting with people or even if you just want to connect please do. I’m it’s all fundamentally it’s about building the community of women that know that they’re here to support one another.

Pamela Bardhi
Oh my gosh, thank you so much for sharing that and for sharing where everyone can find you. I’m so excited to see where everything takes off for you and just how it continues to just keep going up and up. And I’m excited to hopefully you have another book coming out soon.

AdaPia
It’s gonna be around the money while thing it’s gonna be I got so super, super clear on all of this. That’s going to be the next one. It really like is completely redefining wealth and impact. And I mean, like, let’s be honest, money, money, wealth in the right hands, changes the world. Wealth in my hands changes the world. Well, then your hands changes the world. And so this is like taking wealth creation into our own hands changes our own lives. So I think that’s gonna be my next book. Ah, gotta hear first because it’s the first time I’ve said it out loud.

Pamela Bardhi
That’s so awesome. Because I felt something like there’s something else coming. Oh, yeah. That is tingling. So honoured that we heard it here first. Thank you so much, again AdaPia for being here. It’s such an honour thank you.

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