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How a Teenage Mom Turned Her Passion Into Profits - You Can Too

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CCFL: A world-wide humanitarian movement to heal, unite and empower families and communities, equipping them with the tools necessary to strengthen our standards, ethics and values while raising the next generation. 

Today we meet a woman who has defeated odds, stepped over stereotypes, and transcended barriers. This Washington, DC native’s story is one that leaves “no excuses” to the person who wants better for their lives. At the age of 16 she became a teen mom, but refused to become a statistic or rely on the system. In 2007, she was laid off from her job. With only an unemployment check coming in and 3 children to take care of… Ronne the Entrepreneur was born!

Ronne took her destiny into her own hands and immediately started to turn her passions into profits. Since being laid off, Ronne has run many successful businesses. In 2012, Ronne joined one of the leading Health & Wellness companies in the country. Within one year she became one of the company’s top 10 income earners, helping hundreds of people start their own business. In 2013, Ronne founded High Heels High Goals; an exclusive membership based organization that empowers women to reach their goals and educates them on various entrepreneurial practices.

In addition, she is owner of DB4 Fitness Personal Training Studio, a sought after speaker, and author. She finds her greatest pleasure in giving back through the Ronne B. Foundation. She currently resides in Washington, DC with her loving husband Dario Brown and their four children. You can find more information on how to book Ronne for your next event, how to join High Heels High Goals, or how to schedule a one-on-one business consultation at www.ronneb.com.

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