From the Depths of Despair Grows a Love for Humanity and Helping Others

Vanessa Leto went from struggling to survive, to being a successful entrepreneur and mentor, by learning the hard way.

Miami - November 19, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Vanessa Leto has gone through a lifetime of struggles since growing up in South Gate, California. Her parents worked constantly to care for the family, but that left Vanessa and her siblings to their own devices. This led her to drugs and making reckless choices. It was not until finding a youth outreach program at a local church that things started to become clearer about the option of making more positive lifestyle choices.

While volunteering in this program, Vanessa changed her life. She became focused on networking and helping others who were walking similar paths to what she just left. It was also at this time she met her husband, Sal. After several years of being friends and dating, they wed in 2010, and welcomed two children over the next two years. The two high-risk pregnancies left Leto depressed due to overwhelming health complications, so Sal took a break from his job to tend to his wife and children. This is how working from home became a necessity for Leto and her husband.

During her recovery, and her husband took every opportunity they came across to make money from home to help them recover from their overwhelming debt. This allowed the Letos to network with others who were in similar situations, as well as those who used to be in that situation but found their way out. They learned from every mentor they encountered, and now run a successful mentorship and online lifestyle brand called FortifiedMind. Vanessa is proud of where she is today and loves how she has the ability to help others out of similar situations as she’s gone through.

About Vanessa Leto: Vanessa Leto is a mother of two beautiful children, wife, and successful entrepreneur. She balances her family life with her businesses, including FortifiedMind, a women’s empowerment community called WEB Tech, and her network of others in https://eaconomy.com. When Leto is not working, she can be found spending time with her husband and children, reading a good book, or exercising. She is currently studying for her private pilot’s license, and proving to others that she is ready to help. Instead of getting stressed out, Leto reminds her followers that life is stressful, but they need to trust the process, not solely focus on the destination. Her message to others is to follow those who have achieved the goals they have, so they can trust someone who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.

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Name: Vanessa Leto
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Organization: eaconomy.com
Website: https://www.instagram.com/mrs.vanessaleto/

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