How Moms Can Help Their Daughters with Jaime Villalovos

On this show, we meet a truly extraordinary woman.

Jaime Villalovos is an entrepreneur. Along with her husband, Shawn, she’s a founder of Team Revolution, Inc., a financial services firm.

“Our mission is to REVOLUTIONIZE the industry and help families in North America develop their financial literacy,” she said. “So many families are often underserved and overlooked by the rest of our industry. ”

They serve upwards of 36-hundred associates in 30 states and Canada. She’s a mentor for those looking for financial guidance. And get this, Jaime and Shawn became debt-free and 7- figure- income earners before they reached age 30!

I have been happily married for 18 years and have four amazing children. Our family is active in our church and community, with Shawn serving as a coach for many of our kids sports activities, and myself as a Cub Scouts den leader and working closely with the youth, Jaime said.

“We have also been blessed to be able to give back and support a number of different charities over the years, including Relay for Life, Make a Wish Foundation, Operation Underground Railroad, and currently serving on the board of the All For One Foundation,” she said.

Jaime said, “

Over the past two decades, I have coached and mentored several people to achieve 6- and 7-figure incomes while raising their growing families. One of my greatest passions is empowering individuals to be strong in the workplace, while still maintaining balance and a happy home life. This has inspired me to recently develop the ‘Happy and Strong’ initiative, which includes a series of live workshops designed to teach business leaders that we truly can ‘have it all.’”

Jaime has faced a childhood of abject poverty and family sexual abuse with genuine hope, persistent strength, and all the moral strategies that she values in any relationship.

Today, we’re going to focus on how we, as moms, or as someone who helps or guides girls in any way, to overcome bullying through our Triangle of Triumph.

Jaime is the epitome of being an example of choosing not to stay a victim and we discuss the difficulties of making that choice. We’ll discuss what being a survivor means by defining who we are and what we want for our lives. We will talk about influencing future generations by breaking the cycle of family abuse. And Jaime will explain how she really enjoys being a leader who loves life and enjoys healthy relationships while giving service.

Resource article: 10 Things Every Parent Can Do to Stop Bullying

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