Rebekah Borucki is a force. She’s an author, a mother of five, a business owner, meditation guide, a lover of all things joy, and has most recently started a publishing house, which you’ll hear about today!
Started her entrepreneurial journey, which she calls her being a woman on her hustle; selling veggies to her local deli at 8 years old. She works as an activist and an advocate, and as a lover of people, Rebekah leads with her heart.
Rebekah has had many significant life pivots, which she explains today were pivots she was forced into. She’s taken these lessons and has propelled herself forward into leadership roles - but leadership roles that respect and understand the importance of communication and team work, dividing roles and appreciating collective successes.
In the conversation today, we discuss some of these pivots and lessons, along with her new publishing house, her appreciation for small businesses and how small business values tie into her visions to go big. Rebekah shares her appreciation of Black culture and Black food, and how it’s so important to focus on Black and Brown joy.
Rebekah on Instagram: @bexlife
Row House Publishing on Instagram: @rowhousepub
Wheat Penny Press on Instagram: @wheatpennypress
Zara’s Big Messy: https://www.bexlife.com/zara/
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