Do you need to get your mojo back?

Do you need to get your mojo back?

Have you come down with “someday” syndrome?

Someday I’ll quit my job. Someday I’ll start a new relationship. Someday I’ll get that promotion. Someday I’ll make more money. Someday I will get to rest and not be burnt-out all the time.

Yet, somehow, someday always falls short.

Someday never turns out to be today.

It just seems like you’re always stuck.

Maybe you’re stuck in neutral. A lack of self-confidence and never feeling “good enough” is keeping you from going after and getting what you want.

There might have been a few wins in your life, but you’ve fallen off the wagon. You start projects but they never seem to get finished. And that job you want… maybe you’ll feel ok about applying for it when you have some more qualifications, someday.

Or, maybe you’re stuck in overdrive. Lack of boundaries and (again) never feeling “good enough” is causing you to spin your wheels and constantly burn out without ever really getting where you want to go.

Throughout it all, you just feel like a fraud.

You’re waking up in the morning and your GARGANTUAN to-do list immediately comes to mind:

“Did I pack the kids’ lunch? Do I have clean clothes to wear? Will I have time to eat lunch at 3PM or do I only have time for a snack before another meeting? Oh no, I forgot to pick up that thing that Kid #2 needs for school today!”


If this is you, then I ask you:

Girl, how long are you going to continue to live a life where you’re not winning?

Isn’t it about time you reclaim being a fierce woman who is getting what she wants out of life?

Hi, my name is Wendy.

I help women of color like you transform that little voice in your head that says “I’m not good enough” into one that says “I am a BADASS!”

Hi, my name is Wendy. I help women of color like you transform that little voice in your head that says “I’m not good enough” into one that says “I am a BADASS!”

Most people only dream of their evolution 2.0, but I am here to tell you that it’s possible.

You see, becoming a life coach was not predictable for me. I was raised in Harlem, by working class Dominican parents who did not speak English and self-sacrificed their whole lives.

One of the biggest risks my parents took was coming here in search of a better life. I commend my parents for the courage it must have taken to start anew and make their way to New York City.

Once they got here, they settled into subsidized public housing and stayed there. My dad worked at the same hotel for over 30 years. I learned he was offered a promotion a few times, but he refused it! He was comfortable. It was stable.

While they made sure I never felt the struggle, I always knew it was there. I knew the sacrifices my parents made for us daily to ensure our well-being so I learned to be grateful.

I also learned that education was my ticket out of that world. I took on the mindset of excellence and achievement.

I did well, achieving my 1st Master’s at 23. I married at 28 and bought a house at 29.

From there I went on to get my 2nd Master’s at 32… and had my 1st baby too! My 2nd child came along at 35 and I had a six-figure salary at a government paid job all before I was 40.

That allowed me to grow comfortable. I worked my way up and was grateful for what I had. All my parents’ sacrifices had paid off! I had made it.


There were signs that things weren’t perfect, but I ignored them.

All marriages have issues, right? But we had the kids and the house, and that was stability.

I was upset that things in my marriage were not working out the way I envisioned them, but quietly accepted the dysfunction, never thinking that our issues were insurmountable. I thought someday things might get better. Until then I survived, sadly like most women do in their marriages.

So, I literally had the air sucked out of me in August 2012 when my ex-husband served me with divorce papers.

Someday never came for my marriage.

I was shocked. Disappointed. Hurt. I suffered silently and acted strong publicly. Inside I was dying, but I would fake it till I make it. They can’t see me sweat. I got this.

I would say “He didn’t leave me, I left him!” I was a badass Latina at the top of her game! I had fulfilled the American dream my parents worked so hard for! I even had the white picket fence!

And he left me… and I became smaller inside.

I lost my voice. I lost my power. I lost my fire. I lost my heart.

It wasn’t until a friend introduced me to Landmark that I began to slowly recoup and heal. It opened the door to changing my life, and now my journey as a coach is charting my transformation.

Coaching has been a gift. It has opened up a new awareness and teaches me that playing small doesn’t serve me in this world or others. It has restored my confidence and my commitment to myself. I’ve fallen back in love with ALL the parts of me.

For me, I clung to what I thought was a marriage because I was grateful I had a man and feared being alone. For you, it could be that you’re either stuck or in overdrive in your career, parenting your kids, or your own marriage too, among other things.


What is important to know is that the tools I learned and use in my coaching practice can be applied to whatever situation you’re feeling stuck in.

You’ll learn to see your blind spots and to navigate through the breakdowns that will lead to your breakthroughs.

As women of color we learn to be grateful, humble, and comfortable. We are not often raised as risk takers.

I’m here to tell you that’s a load of baloney.

That kind of stability and comfort is the nemesis of reinvention.

As women of color we learn to be grateful, humble, and comfortable. We are not often raised as risk takers.

I’m here to tell you that’s a load of baloney.

That kind of stability and comfort is the nemesis of reinvention.

Think about it… if it weren’t for the fear, the limiting beliefs you have subscribed to, or the perceived challenges, what would be possible for you?

Isn’t it about time you reclaim being a fierce woman who is getting what she wants out of life?

Imagine what it might be like to design the life you want to live. You deserve that. You deserve to be unstoppable.

I want you to be unstoppable. Don’t you?

If so, you can get started immediately. Take my FREE Personal Empowerment Assessment by entering your name and email below. I want to see you start winning right at this moment. Not tomorrow. Not someday. Right now.

If you are ready to begin saying yes to you today, not someday, sign up below to receive an assessment to take the next step toward becoming the UNSTOPPABLE version of YOU.

Fire, Heart, Fortress, Wonder and Radiance.

Wendy is a leadership and Life coach with a strong drive and intuition for developing leaders and seeing her clients win. A graduate of Accomplishment Coaching, the world’s finest coaching program Wendy empowers her active listening to support clients in being able to distinguish challenge areas and blind spots that get in the way of living in their power.

Wendy is a dynamic outcomes-oriented leader who has spent over 15 years in the non-profit educational sector, creating management and leadership development training programs that have supported countless middle, senior and  executive level managers to achieve high impact results in the workplace. She has received acknowledgment and recognition for her expertise in both small and large group facilitation, executive coaching and handling of difficult conversations.  She uses her strong acumen in listening to distinguish what her clients are saying or not saying so as to co – create opportunities and practices with her clients that gives them greater access to new power and possibility.

Wendy holds a Bachelor of Arts from Colgate University, a Masters of Public Administration as well as a Masters of Science in Education from Baruch College. She is also a Bi-lingual Spanish speaker with a passion for living her best life and manifesting greatness in others.