- Full Name Stormy Wellington
- Occupation Business Owner, Brand person, Marketer, Life Coach
- Nationality American
- Birthplace New york, U.S.
- Birth Date Feb 21, 1980
- Age 41 Years, 7 Months
Stormy Wellington | Biography 2021First Grand Ambassador, Total LIfe Changes, LLC
In an early age, Wellington witnessed her mother going to prison. Still, she used to tell her mother that she was her role model in multiple ways. “I wanted to take on her hustle and fearless ambitious spirit. I didn’t want to do illegal things and go to jail but I admired my mom’s ambitious spirit,” she shared in an interview. She spent her childhood in absence of her mother’s presence and also lost her mother at a very young age. She grew up in foster care, dropped out of school in the 9th grade, and started working as a stripper at age 13 to feed her family. She also got involved in drug dealing and scheming at an early age. In 2017, Wellington founded and became CEO of Girl Hold My Hand Inc., an organization that aimed to empower and encourage women all over the world by assisting them with identifying their self-worth.
Stormy Wellington is an African-American entrepreneur. She is the CEO of Girl Hold My Hand Inc, a life coaching service exclusive to women.
What Company does Stormy Wellington work for?
Stormy Wellington is an accomplished entrepreneur, bestselling author, and one of the top network marketing coaches. In 2017, she founded Girl Hold My Hand Inc., which offers her coaching programs for women who want success in their life. She has also authored multiple self-help books, including her bestselling book titled ‘9 Laws of Success: Attract Health, Love, Life & Success To Your Life’ published in 2018. She is also active in marketing the products of Total Life Changes, a direct-selling health and wellness supplements product firm, as the first grand ambassador.
Early Age and Education
Stormy Wellington's birthday is on 21 February. She was born in 1980 in New York. She spent her childhood in New York, San Francisco, and eventually relocated to Miami, Florida. Growing up, she faced many difficulties in her life and became emotionally mature at an early age. Her brothers and family friends primarily raised her. Her mother was a pole dancer and also a drug dealer.
At an early age, Wellington witnessed her mother going to prison. Still, she used to tell her mother that she was her role model in multiple ways. “I wanted to take on her hustle and fearless ambitious spirit. I didn’t want to do illegal things and go to jail but I admired my mom’s ambitious spirit,” she shared in an interview.
Wellington spent her childhood in her mother’s absence and also lost her mother at a very young age. She grew up in foster care, dropped out of school in the 9th grade, and started working as a stripper at age 13 to feed her family. She also got involved in drug dealing and scheming at an early age.
After the stripping stint, Wellington started working in a collections agency, where she was paid $13 an hour. She eventually managed to collect over $1 million-plus in closed accounts for the agency. But she left the company when she did not get a sufficient raise in her salary (only got 25 cent raise).
Even though she did not get desired financial growth in the agency, her growth and achievement in the collection agency built her confidence about her own ability. “My resilience, strength, and fight quickly showed that anybody can win — no matter the circumstances,” she shares.w
Later, she found success in our self-leadership. “I found a calling in direct sales,” Stormy references about her transition to the coaching business. “One year later, I managed to grow a team of over 130,000 distributors earning over $1 million in income. My resilience, strength, and fight quickly showed that anybody can win — no matter the circumstances.”
Girl Hold My Hand
In 2017, Wellington founded and became CEO of Girl Hold My Hand Inc., an organization that aimed to empower and encourage women worldwide by assisting them with identifying their self-worth. She says she coaches those women to become the best version of themselves and achieve health, wellness, and financial success in their life.
In an interview with Medium in October 2020, Wellington revealed that she read a book called ‘Think & Grow Rich: A Black Choice,’ written by Napoleon Hill & Dennis Kimbro at age 23. According to her, that book made her realize that “I didn’t have to graduate in order to be rich, I could literally think, and grow rich.”
Wellington says she achieved financial success, failed, and again became a millionaire in her career journey. She remembers her rich friends’ advice about proper planning when she was struggling with her career. She shares that she got a quote as advice. The quote was, “proper planning prevents a piss poor performance.” According to her, she took that quote seriously, and started planning, and became a millionaire again.
“I went broke. You know, after making a million dollars before I turned 30, living this beautiful lifestyle, taking care of my kids, and taking care of my dad and mom — and then being this powerful woman, I go broke,” she recalls. “So, a lot of individuals that I know …would have gone into a depression and stayed there. But I just have a way of pulling myself out of certain situations and seeing the endless possibilities that are yet ahead of me.”
On her official website, she mentions that she spends hundreds of thousands of dollars a year on her self-improvement to expand her knowledge, network, fellowship, and inspiration to take the Girl Hold My Hand movement to new heights.
On 21 February 2013, Wellington published her first book titled ’21 Irrefutable Laws of Recruitment,’ which provides techniques to create a network and increasing net worth. She then published her autobiography titled ‘The Quiet Storm: My Life, My Process, My Victory’ on 28 August 2014. In her memoir, she shared how she overcame all the difficulties she endured in her life and made her way to become one of the top network marketers. The autobiography book aims to encourage and inspire people with her story of hope and purpose. Later, she published another book titled ‘9 Laws of Success: Attract Health, Love, Life & Success To Your Life’ on 7 August 2018.
Who was Stormy Wellington's Husband?
She was previously married to her best friend Darryl Jones. Their marriage ended after Wellington lost all of her money and went into depression for two years. She has a son with him.
Altogether, Wellington has three children from three different relationships. She became a mother at a young age. She gave birth to her first child, Hennesy, when she was only 15 years old. Her son is now an athlete and celebrity fitness trainer. She also has a daughter named Maniya Canty. Both of the two children.
“The fact that these are my 2 oldest kids my son [iamhennessyfitness] is 23 I had him at 15, and he looks so good !!!,” she wrote on Her Facebook in April 2020. “My daughter [maniya_].is 20 and looks so good!! They smart .. they have purpose .. they have vision, and they working out at 10am together.. I wasn’t gonna join them but look at them I have to.. join them!! Imma have to start selling my eggs I got some good genes!!,” she added.
Did You Know?
According to TheWashingtonNote, Wellington’s estimated net worth is $3 million, as of August 2021.