Join our weekly mentoring call
Every Saturday at 3 PM Pacific Time (= 6 PM Eastern Time)
we host your weekly mentoring call with Gemma & Sascha
We talk about finding your groove, rising, and shining.
We talk about roadblocks, setbacks, and how to overcome them.
We address your challenges if you submit them to us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 48 hours before the next sessions (no guarantee that we can address it at the next session, it depends on the number of requests that we receive)
We help unsatisfied women dare to take the first step out and then manage the new, the different, the scary, the unknown.
It is a beautiful journey. Trust us and walk this transformational journey with us as your mentors, as your guides.
We did it before you, in more ways than one, and we know the keys of overcoming challenges, of finding your very own groove, of rising, and shining your unique bold light to the world.
The truth is that the world is craving to meet the real you so that it can finally relate to something real, something they can aspire to be.
We teach women and those who identify as women
the tools and behaviors that allow and propel them
to step up their game,
to believe in themselves,
to run for offices,
to lead companies, and
to lead by example the generations to come.
We help women have more fun in life by being all that they can be, by developing their incredible talents to have it all and be heroes and experts in their fields, because women are at the source of a better and happier society.
We help unsatisfied women find their groove, rise, and shine.
Crossing the line between victim and victory
There is a fine line
between victim and victory,
just a couple of letters,
- Sascha Gorokhoff
Mrs. Gemma Serenity Gorokhoff is victorious over 15 years of domestic violence, beaten, put down, and raped. She went through the whole healing and transformational leadership journey to now be able to lead other women on this same path of recovery and of finding one's true purpose in life.
Mr. Sascha Gorokhoff is victorious over a disability that should have left him in a wheelchair, mentally challenged, and dead by the age of 7, as well as over the domestic violence he suffered from his very own mother who spent her life destroying Sascha's life. But he used this situation to learn all that he could about mental illness and figured out how she functioned. He believes she suffered from borderline narcissistic personality disorder on top of being hypochondriac. She committed suicide to get back at him in 2013.
Since then, Gemma & Sascha never left each other. After long months, they fell in love and got married. They now run together Gemma & Sascha to give forward their life experience.