Author, speaker, and trainer, Rhonda Sciortino, went from foster care to millionaire, not because she was the smartest, the luckiest, or the most educated. Rhonda created personal and professional success by using the character traits, abilities, and coping mechanisms that helped her survive a painful childhood.
Abandonment taught her self-reliance. Abuse developed empathy. Poverty equipped her to manage money. Every adversity created in her precisely what she needed to be successful.
Now Rhonda coaches others on overcoming the pain that holds them back by showing them how to mine their assets and how to use them to find and fulfill the purpose for which they were born and perfectly matched.
Rhonda is the national champion for the Love Is Action Community Initiative, which is a grass-roots, community lead initiative to equip people to help their neighbors and to fight the societal ills that harm us all.
Rhonda is passionate about equipping people to help one another because she was the little girl who was being abused at home, she was the homeless second grader, she was the emancipated minor on her own, and she was the homeless single mom with no family, no food, and no money.
There were people who helped along Rhonda's journey from foster care to millionaire, the title of her first book. The Love Is Action Community Initiative, and Rhonda's book, Love Is Action, are all about raising awareness about the people among us who need help, and how easy it is to change the trajectory of their lives with a little love and kindness.