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Empowerment Coach & Mompreneur Teaches Clients How to Achieve Results Through Mental Barriers

Ginca Love is a Texas native and the mother of three beautiful daughters. She is a Mindset and Empowerment Coach helping others to break through their mental barriers and get the results they desire. She is also the co-author of the book A Mother’s Diary, a collection of stories and lessons shared to help our daughters navigate through life.

Ginca is a part of Leading with Lee's Boss Mom Feature Series where we honor supermoms around the world for Mother's Day. Check out her interview below.

1. Tell us about yourself and your business.

I am the mother of 3 daughters who are my world. I first became a mom at the age of 16 and then I gave birth to my second daughter at the age of 17. Since their birth it has been my goal to ensure that they have the best life possible and were raised with the right values. I share my story of becoming a teen parent in a book that I co-authored titled A Mother's Diary.

I am also a domestic violence and childhood sexual abuse survivor. I started speaking after I experienced a traumatic assault in 2015. At that time in my life I found myself feeling as if this one event had turned my life upside down and I didn’t know where to start to pick up the pieces. What I did know what that there was purpose in my pain and that’s when I decided to start speaking messages of hope and restoration to others. As this has gone by, I have evolved into Mindset and Empowerment coaching helping others to change the story that they are telling themselves to break free of their mental limitations.


This year I started working on a project called “Girl, You Are Worthy”. My mission is to help 1 million women own their worth and to start living a bold, confident and fearless life. I know what it’s like to feel as if you have to fit a certain image or be a certain way. I also see countless women in the world who are afraid to step into their greatness and I want to encourage them to break from their limitations. This platform will be a game changer for so many women.

2. How do you balance out the mom-boss life?

I think no matter what your profession is it is a struggle to balance your duties as a parent and a professional. For me personally, I balance my life by being present in whatever I am doing. That means putting down the phone during dinner time or when the kids are talking to me. It also means creating dedicated time for my family and for my business. It can be hard when you are busy and you have multiple things competing for your attention but this is when you have to be the most intentional.