138. A “Spirited” Performer Through Rough Seas, Exotic Dancing and Real Estate
Latisha Robb seized her own destiny when she found herself homeless with four children, abandoned by her husband. This led her into self-discovery through New Age and Eastern religion. Less than seven years later, she is a self-made woman in real estate with a global clientele, a philanthropist and a leader in business and spiritual thought.
How Did You Start Using Your Talents?
In survival mode just out of the Navy, Latisha became an exotic dancer. “If I didn’t work, I didn’t make money. If I worked, I did. The energy that I put into it paid off.” With that knowledge, she focused on learning real estate and quickly became a top performer three years in a row.
The Most Impactful Turning Point?
At 22, in a bad marriage, with her husband’s kids and her own, Latisha had a nightmare: She went to bed at 22 and woke up in exactly the same situation at 30. “That really scared me! It lit a fire under me and made me want to change.”
The Most Powerful Lessons Learned?
The turning points in our lives—good or bad—are there for a reason. I’ve learned that your pain is your purpose and it creates who you are. When we look at what we’ve been through with different eyes, we realize how our experiences can benefit others.
On Her Bookshelf
Turn On the Lights So You Can See, by Latisha Robb
What You Don’t Know About Your Soul, Latisha Robb (due out in 2016)
My Life as a Seer: The Lost Memoirs, by Edgar Cayce
Many Mansions: The Edgar Cayce Story on Reincarnation, by Gina Cerminara
What the Bleep Do We Know!? (DVD), Betsy Chasse and Mark Vicente, Directors; Marlee Matlin and Elaine Hendrix, Cast
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