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CEO Guides 1,000,000 Black Women On A Journey Towards Mental Wellness and Financial Freedom, A Founder’s Story with Yassin Hall

The Founder’s Story interview started as an audio interview and now has been listened to seven million times! We interview incredible entrepreneurs who are thought leaders within their industry. In today’s publication, we interviewed Yassin Hall, the CEO of B.O.S.S. Class LLC, best-selling and award-winning author and influencer has been successfully selling on Amazon for over seventeen years.

Yassin has an incredible story and is truly making a name for herself in the fitness industry. She has a passion for helping others and it shows. Let’s dive deeper and read her interview:

Yassin Hall has a growing class of students, having risen to 10,000+ how to build a profitable business online that creates unlimited freedom that allows them to relax and enjoy many diverse experiences.

As a certified international mental health advocate, Ms. Hall has experienced mental health trauma firsthand being born to a paranoid schizophrenic and the devastating impact of untreated neurosis.

Yassin draws her passion, persistence, and power from the traumatic life that she lived and survived. Strengthen by her story, she encourages others to make a positive recovery path while educating entrepreneurs globally.

Tell us about your childhood and where you grew up?

Born in the United States Virgin Islands on December 6, 1970, to a mother that was distant, unwelcoming to her new baby, sad and withdrawn. Unknown to everyone around her, she was developing a mental health disorder. With no treatment available for over 12 years, lead my mother ultimately made the decision to end her child’s life, but God sent angels to protect me that day and saved me from the wrath of my mother. This is the day my mother became a schizophrenic. My childhood was not the norm, it was a stepping stone that built my strength as a mother. I am grateful for the experience in which I was exposed.

How did you get started as an entrepreneur?

After adopting my only daughter from Cambodia, I decided to create a clothing line just for her. This sparked interest in my adoption group and thus YammiWear was founded.

What is one business lesson you would tell a startup founder?

One business lesson that I express to our new students, step out on faith and create a why that is nonmonetary. Knowing you’re why will be the foundation for your success. Whenever times get hard your “why” will carry you through.


Check her books on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Yassin-Hall/e/B00TT5F0A2%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share

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