On this bonus episode of The Walk Of Life podcast, Cheryl Thibault is joined by Ramona Rogers to discuss her journey as well as a chapter she wrote entitled ‘Life’s Prisons Cannot Hold Me’.
About This Guest
Ramona Rogers’ journey as an entrepreneur and coach began many years ago in her home town of Tulsa Oklahoma where she watched her parents and grandparents own and operate their own businesses. As a child she received hands-on experience working in many of those family entities. As one of the youngest of eight, she always went above and beyond the call of duty to prove her abilities. This is how she established her strong work ethic. Her mother stayed home to raise her and her siblings while they were young. At home her mother enforced the importance of order, discipline and cleanliness while her father exhibited how to be hard working and versatile, working two or three jobs at a time to provide for the family. The characteristics her parents embodied and displayed throughout her childhood gave her the model that she needed to set and measure her own life by. Even with these models, Ramona struggled with low self-esteem and lacked confidence in herself for a number of years. It wasn’t until she was an adult that she discovered her true self as well as her purpose in life. Drawing from the traits her parents modelled during her childhood helped her establish high standards, resiliency, creativity, and versatility, Ramona has used her skills to positively impact the lives of others.