Meet Barbara Bouvier, Commercial Real Estate Advisor

(YourDigitalWall Editorial): – Bethesda, Maryland March 31, 2022 ( – “As a wife and mother, the most important thing is to be a role model for my daughter. I want to show her that women can trace their own way”.

My career started in the cosmetics industry as a business manager working with small teams to help increase sales activity. In this role, I lead promotions, events, launch new product lines, develop business and build teams while actively growing a business. With my entrepreneurial spirit, I knew I wanted more. What I wanted was to build something for myself instead of building someone else’s dreams. I received an out of the blue phone call from a manager of a real estate company who asked if I would be interested. I knew I liked real estate, but I thought it had to be commercial real estate. I started my real estate career in 2010 and knew from the start that this was exactly what I was looking for. I started out as a residential agent, but I knew it wasn’t for me. Commercial real estate speaks to my soul! What I absolutely love about my career in commercial real estate is that you build your own business and be around like-minded people who keep you accountable and motivated.

I follow my role as a commercial real estate expert, helping powerhouse businessmen and women align their goals with their office and industrial rental and investment vision. I work with medical practices, corporate headquarters and government offices. Industrial warehouse and flexible space. I love the real estate business and this was the best decision I’ve made. I do free consultations online or in person, visit

The tool that keeps me motivated and successful is having a growth and success mindset. I believe that mindset is everything and without the right mindset, nothing improves. You have to take action, have a plan and move towards that goal. It is by taking action that you will see change, whether good or bad, and both will lead you to success. Giving up is never an option. If you are going to invest, I say invest in yourself and put in the hours. If you do this, your life will change for the better.

I am very proud of the abilities I have acquired over the years to build my own business, serve my community and build partnerships with my clients. My contribution to success would not be possible without the support and investment of those who believe in me. For that, I am extremely grateful.

My advice to women who want to start their own business is to go for it. It doesn’t matter where you start, in your basement, your spare room or your garage, do it. Go ahead, find a mentor and get started. Surround yourself with like-minded people who can help you grow. It’s nothing like creating your own success and blazing your own trail.

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