The Ultimate Role Model
On her blog, Valerie states, “Buying a new home isn’t just about price, size, or features … it’s about building a future in a city you truly love”. That is just one reason why Valerie Torelli is a great role-model for teenage girls.
Valerie believes so much in the new generation of female entrepreneurs. High school girls attending her sessions during the Realizing a Vision conferences find her to be authentic and easy to relate to during discussions.
This is part two of the series of five interviews. Valerie and Kelly Trinh have a fascinating conversation. Kelly was in high school at the time and prepared all the questions for the interview.
Every question leads to an answer that will both enlighten you, as well as help you become successful while in high school and college. Most of all, we think these conversations will help you on your way to becoming a successful entrepreneur and future woman leader.
One of the points Valerie talks about in this video has to do with one of the biggest difficulties she has an entrepreneur: when does she let go of an employee vs. when to keep an employee.
- She looks at where she herself is most productive and fills in with employees that know more than she does
- Intuition plays a big part along with consistent communication with her staff. There is no “glass ceiling” in Torelli Realty
How does Valerie Torelli look at failure from her own decisions and then her employees?Watch the video to find out!