On today’s show I am talking to Ut Yue, who has been making waves in the mortgage industry for over 20 years and was recently promoted to Director of Aveo at CMLS Financial. Ut joins us today to discuss balancing her busy workload with family life, being unapologetically yourself, and creating strong relationships.

Ut started out as a customer service representative in banking. She credits her career taking off to her early supervisors, who recognised her skill and pushed her to go beyond what she thought she was capable of. Now, her experience has made her better at her current role running a National Credit Operations team. It’s about understanding what your clients are looking for and creating connections.

How does Ut juggle her extensive workload and busy family life? Making sure you know your job and recognizing when you don’t makes all the difference. Ut also has a full-time nanny to help with her day-to-day at home. With her 90-year-old mother living with her, and her kids home schooling, her nanny has been indispensable in helping to keep everything under control. Ut’s advice is simple: don’t be afraid to ask for help.

Every day, Ut takes inspiration from her mother. Through tragedy and adversity, she has learned that the only way to get through is with humor. Her children are also learning about empathy and patience by having her in their home. Everything in her personal life and career boils down to creating strong, honest relationships. Don’t be apologetic for who you are and treat people how you would want to be treated.

To end today’s show, Ut discusses taking risks to move forward, being respectful in all your relationships, and how COVID has changed her business.

Connect with Ut:

LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/ut-yue-64954936

CMLS Financial: https://www.cmls.ca/

Instagram: https://instagram.com/utyue

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