Based in Boston Realtor Kate Ziegler is a property management, realtor, real estate investor and owner of a design firm. In this episode of Creatives Crushing Anxiety we talk about how she balances her full-time job and her businesses, how she and her husband make running a business together work and how she keeps things into focus.
In this episode:
- How she balances all the hats she wears as a business owner.
- How she and her husband make working together work.
- How they plan their weeks every Sunday to make it all work.
- Why you don’t have to quit your day job to really be committed to your business.
- How she found a balance between her job and businesses that makes her feel empowered.
- How having a side hustle can make you feel more in control, more secure and more ready to take the next step.
- Why you need to set priorities.
- Why it’s important to be realistic with your time commitments.
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Kate Ziegler is the Operations Supervisor at Mintz Levin, and is also a Boston-based Realtor, investor, entrepreneur, and speaker on The Hustle. Born and raised on a farm in rural Pennsylvania, she has made Boston home since attending Northeastern University to study International Affairs and Art.
The daughter of a contractor, Kate has worked in roofing and construction, and now owns and manages multi-family property in JP and Roslindale where she lives with her partner, Jack Romano. Kate also works as a Realtor with Arborview Realty, specializing in helping first-time home buyers and millennial investors narrow their search and navigate the buying process, and runs boutique design firm Union Jack Creative in her free time.
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