Daughters of immigrants are no stranger to advocacy. Growing up, we were often the translator and the go-between helping our parents adjust to a new culture. Today’s guest, my client Rosa Revuelta, jumped into the non-profit world of advocacy because it came so naturally after her upbringing.
But when her son was born, she knew it was time to re-evaluate her work/life balance. Being present with her son was top of mind when she came to me for one on one coaching. Now, Rosa is a Life and Leadership coach for 1st & 2nd generation BIPOC leaders and she is booked out with a 2 month waitlist, and is on track for a six figure year despite being a newer entrepreneur.
She has taken her natural inclination to be of service and found a way to design a life that fits her needs. She’s exceeding the goals she set out for herself. I’m so excited to sit down with her today and explore the mindset shifts that have made her the leader she is today.
In this episode, we discuss:
– How shedding hyper-independence as a badge of honor has changed Rosa’s life
– How she was able to book out and land 5 figure contracts so early on in our coaching relationship
– The decisions she made to be more present with her son
– Being able to afford the townhouse of her dreams WAY sooner than she thought, because of her business.