Carson, CA – Business and Life Coach Janice Jimenez is thrilled to announce the release of her new book, ‘Transforming Pain Into Purpose: Triumphant Tales of EmpowHERment,’ which is now available on Amazon.
The stories in this book are real-life accounts of women who not only learned how to navigate the deep waters of pain, but were also willing to turn it into medicine for those who walk with them. What does it take to transform pain into purpose? What does the journey look like? Let these brave women show you.
“It’s an untold story of trauma and pain, but how it became transformative to my success, and how faith and perseverance played a big part in achieving success,” explained Jimenez. “With it, the White Dove Foundation ( a 501c3 organization) was founded with a mission to help empower victims of Domestic Violence and Oppression and Homelessness.”
In addition to the exciting news of her book release, Janice is also delighted to share that she has been named an awardee of the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Los Angeles as one of the 50 Most Influential Filipinas 2023.
To learn more about Janice Jimenez, visit her online at http://www.JaniceJimenez.com or text Text REGAL to 26786.
Janice Jimenez is a Filipino immigrant who has achieved remarkable success through her determination and faith. Despite facing various obstacles, she founded the Regal Real Estate brand and the Regal Group of Companies, which has grown into thriving businesses. She also established the White Dove Foundation to support victims of domestic violence and oppression, authored books, and speaks as a business and life coach to inspire others to pursue their dreams.
Janice is known as the “Real Estate Gal” and has a popular YouTube channel. She has been featured on local TV in Los Angeles and has received numerous awards for her achievements, including Businesswoman of the Year, Producer of the Year, Woman of Worth, and California’s Woman of the Year of the 64th District in 2020.
In addition, Janice is a registered nurse, insurance broker, and licensed aesthetician, and runs BeautyMed Spa with her mother and sister. She is also a community leader and served as President of the Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of the Southbay Los Angeles Area for three years. She co-founded the nationally recognized Coalition of Filipino American Chambers of Commerce to support minority small business owners and entrepreneurs.