Bestselling author Olga Kaminer learned to break out of her destructive behavior patterns

In her coaching practice, she helps others become strong and self-sufficient

“Once I overcame everything that was going on in my life, I decided that I wanted to help women to do the same,” says coach Olga Kaminer. “I can see women around me struggling in their marriages, struggling in their lives. And I don’t want them to stay like that. I want them to become self-sufficient and happy regardless of the circumstances they are in.” What Olga shares with clients about her own life is her realization that although she recovered from a devastating divorce from her first husband, she did nothing to address her own behaviors. So when she met and married her second husband, that marriage also deteriorated. And she blamed him. 

What shifted her perception is that, at the time, she had begun to do some self-development work and was encouraged to stop viewing herself as a victim. One of her teachers said, “You are responsible for everything that is happening in your life. Take ownership.” Olga heard the message, but she needed time to truly absorb it. “It took me a few days to digest that, because for 35 years I was a victim. I was blaming everything on everybody. And now I had to take ownership of everything that had happened,” she explains. “It was a very hard transition. But once you know that you are the creator of your life—not your spouse, not your friends, not your manager at work—once you realize that, you are going to reach mountains. You will be unstoppable.”

In fact, she was able to repair that second marriage and she is still with her husband today. You can read much more of Olga’s story in the inspiring new book Moms Who Boss Up Post-Pandemic, by Tam Luc, the author, educator, and podcaster dedicated to helping women “boss up.” The book collects 16 interviews with moms who are side hustlers and multitaskers, who faced the uncertainties of the Covid pandemic—and other obstacles—by embracing their strengths and finding their authentic paths. They have so much to share and to teach, and while every story is unique, there is creativity and perseverance at the core of each one.

Get Olga’s free ebook, which outlines an eight-step process to healing yourself in order to be ready for the next chapter of your life, at www.olgakaminer.com/ebook. And learn more about Olga at https://bossupbestseller.com/OlgaKaminer, where you can find a link to Moms Who Boss Up Post-Pandemic. And don’t miss all the dynamic and supportive women from the Women Who Boss Up book series who are scheduled to speak at the upcoming Women Who Boss Up Summit!

Details and registration are at www.womenbossupsummit.com

About Women with Vision International

Women with Vision International aims to inspire, uplift, and empower women everywhere to never give up their dream of living their life on purpose. We gather dynamic, entrepreneurial women who are making a difference and changing people’s lives to spark conversation around the topics that impact us all such as building their businesses, fundraising, and balancing their work and their families.  

About Tam Luc

Tam Luc is an international bestselling author and the founder of Women with Vision International who shares the triumphs, stress, and struggles of balancing her life to help women grow their businesses. After 20 years as an entrepreneur, she is able to help women leverage their messages and create the lifestyle they want through her unique book messaging strategies.

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