We asked experts from a broad range of industries to open up to us about things they know about their industry but that we probably don’t and we’ve shared some of those responses below.

Sal Ali | Mortgage Broker & Director – Instamortgage Dallas

The level of personalized strategy that is involved in helping individuals achieve their homeownership dreams is one of the main aspects of the mortgage industry that goes unnoticed. It’s not just about securing a loan; it’s about understanding each client’s unique financial situation, future goals, and tailoring solutions accordingly. As a mortgage broker, I’ve found that being a creative thinker is key – whether it’s structuring a deal or finding innovative ways to make homeownership more accessible. It’s not just numbers; it’s about crafting financial plans that align with people’s lives. That’s where the magic happens, and it’s incredibly rewarding to be part of that journey. Read more>>

Jivaro Johnson | Retired Air Force Veteran & Business Owner.

Most are unaware that marketing, branding, and digital content can be affordable with attainable budgets. In a world where being seen is key to potential clients knowing who your business is and what you have to offer, standing idle or simply relying on word of mouth is like swimming upstream. Read more>>

Candace Gwynn | Virtual Assistant

This is an excellent question! One thing about my industry that outsiders are probably unaware of or confused about is that a virtual assistant is whatever you want it to be. As a virtual assistant, I am “keyword” an assistant. Any number of clients may need or require different services at varying times. I may provide bookkeeping for one client and administrative services for another. A virtual assistant has the flexibility to be what any business needs it to be! That is the beauty of the role. Read more>>