Mona DasI loved this interview with Mona Das, a passionate entrepreneur. She says her job is to help people buy the house  of their dreams by making it fun to deal with the whole loan process. She’s been a lender for eleven years. 

She says she knows no other lender who runs their business the way she does. She has an amazing team who all use their highest skills. 

Mona talks about her three Super Powers and discovering what those are, was life changing for her and her business as she re-organized her team so she was only doing those three things. She hires people to do all the other tasks. The beautiful thing is that those people are using their own Super Powers and therefore they love their jobs. 

Listen to the interview as she explains how to find out what your Super Powers are. 1. Write down 3-5 things you know you are good at and love doing. 2. Ask other people for their feedback about you and what they see in you. 3. Create a word cloud and hang it on your fridge or in your office so you get used to seeing those words. Mona is full of inspiring rules to live by.


Mona Das has been running her own mortgage business the past eleven years, which combines her passion for helping people and exceptional customer service. She has been awarded the Portland Monthly 5 star mortgage professional award consecutively since it’s inception. In 2012, Mona graduated from Pinchot University (formerly Bainbridge Graduate Institute (BGI)) with and MBA in Sustainable Business, where she proudly serves on the Board of Trustees and as the Evangelista.

Mona combines her passion for inspiring and connecting people by building community.  As a volunteer and board member for many organizations, she has learned to embrace her voice, lead by example, and inspire others to change the world. She recently launched MOXY!, to inspire, coach and mentor women to live their life and earn their livelihood by following their true purpose.

Mona’s Wise Woman advice is to  keep going when it gets hard. Make it a labor of love. Believe in yourself and don’t let people try to talk you out of it.  You can find Mona:  or on Facebook