Rhonda is the founder of the Fearless Living institute.
Rhonda wrote the book Change Your Life In 30 Days.
Rhonda: is a fan favorite as a Life Coach on the reality series Starting Over.
Rhonda hosts her own television series called Help Me Rhonda, in the United Kingdom.
Rhonda is a columnist in Today's Woman magazine.
Rhonda is the author of the best selling book Fearless Living.
Rhonda's clients include: Southwest Airlines, Toyota, and Northrop Gruman.
Rhonda is an inspirational and sought after speaker.
Rhonda has appeared on Oprah and Sally Jesse Raphael.
Rhonda is the middle child, with an older sister and a younger sister, Linda.
Rhonda's first suicide attempt came at age 20 (overdose on pills), after her fiancé broke up with her. Three years later, when she was 23, Rhonda attempted suicide for a second time, again using pills. Just two years later, at age 25, Rhonda attempted suicide for a third time, and is unsuccessful for a third time. After this attempted suicide, she decides that she can defeat fear and change her life through self-affirmation.
Rhonda briefly lived with her father after her parents divorced in 1970. She suffered abuse at his hands, both mental & physical.
Rhonda was named one of America's top 100 scholars while studying at the University of Minnesota.
Rhonda graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelors degree in Marketing.
Rhonda witnessed her father murder her mother, and then himself in 1975.
Rhonda: I feel like I've done my job, when the ladies of Starting Over walk out of here with their heads held high.
Rhonda: When I lived in fear, I always thought the only way I could make a difference is do be anything but me.
Rhonda: The first step to fearless living is willingness to do things differently.
Rhonda: It wasn't until I realized that there was nothing wrong with me, I was just afraid, that my life began to change for the better.
Rhonda: Usually when we are having a bad day, we amplify it and dismiss anything positive.
Rhonda: It took me years to unravel the source of my problem called fear.
Rhonda: I was constantly running away from myself.
Rhonda: I have always felt scarred because of my hidden secret.
Rhonda: I hid the fact that my parents had died, if it slipped, I would never reveal how they died.
Rhonda: I basically thought I had a tattoo on my forehead that said Worthless.