The pandemic has created a "shecession," so many women, mothers and single mothers had to make sacrifices, lost their jobs and are finding their way again. I hope this episode will encourage whoever is listening out there to keep fighting, that this is only temporary, to reach out for help and support.
In this episode I interview a power house and friend of mine Elaine Tran about her story of coming to America, being a mom at a young age, the struggles that she went through and what it took to build the success she has today. Today she has her very own insurance firm, real estate investment company and vacation rental, but it took grit and resilience.
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