IWD Inspire Inclusion E-Book

If I was retiring today,

what is the legacy I wish to leave?

Zita Timmer-Bozso Senior Surveyor Budapest, Hungary

Aissa Lavalle Bayro Country Manager Lima, Perú

Sandy Romero Research Manager New York, USA

In my personal life, my ideal legacy would be to have positively impacted the lives of the people I crossed paths with. I would like to be remembered as a caring individual who effectively shared my values and nurtured meaningful relationships. Professionally, I would aim to serve as an example for both women and men, showing that we can achieve anything we set our minds to and that the sky is the limit. At the same time, I believe it’s impossible to generate sustainable development without somehow contributing to the community.

I was the first person in my entire family to go to college, and it was inspirational for other women in my family. That’s part of the legacy that I’m leaving behind—that education matters and building your dreams around hard work is what gets you there. Most of my nieces have received their degrees or are in the process of working on it, and I’m so proud of the path they have taken.

As I contemplate retirement today, I’m profoundly proud of the legacy I’ve built through hard work and dedication in real estate. Without formal university courses available in Hungary, I embraced practical learning, mastering the intricacies of real estate through hands-on experience. If I can keep up this progress and level of eagerness, I would be happy to retire.


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