Welcome to Bless My Hustle, your one-stop shop to define your hustle & create your own success!

I believe in empowering young urban professionals, LIKE YOU, to live a life you love by teaching you strategies for success taught through the lens of hip hop and urban culture.

My name is Monica Rivera and my passion is empowering others to transform their own worlds by pursuing a life of passion and purpose.

I’ve founded and consulted multiple successful companies, facilitated the sale of one right after my college graduation, completed my 1st business merger and have grown a multi-six-figure business in just under 6 months, all before the age of 25.

You see, the dream is free, but the hustle is sold separately.

 
And if there is one thing I know, it’s how to hustle. My street-inspired work ethic and my unique business background and training in Neuro-linguistic Programming has given me the chance to live a life I love and I want to help others do the same. Interested in working with me? Schedule a free one-on-one consultation below to see if we are a good fit!


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Hustle Recognizes Hustle ft. Samatha Elizondo

Hustle Recognizes Hustle ft. Samatha Elizondo

Did I mention hustling runs in the family? My new blog series, Hustle Recognizes Hustle, is a showcase of those who have or are in the process of hustling to make their dreams come true. There are people out there just like you working towards their goals, and I want you to hear what they are up to and why they do what they do. First up, I had the pleasure of interviewing Samatha Elizondo, accomplished singer, actress and my cousin,  in the midst of the drop of her second single, Oh Oh Oh.  Check out her interview & music video below. What’s your hustle? My hustle is making my dreams a reality. I know what I want and am going for it. I have goals and want to achieve things in my life. I am working hard and hustling to make that happen. What is your why – the reason you do what you do? I love singing. My grandpa taught me my first song, “Cielito Lindo”. When he passed away, I began to really enjoy singing because I felt like he was still with me. Singing and music is a way to express myself. I love how much it has changed my life. I work hard because I love what I do. Some athletes listen to music, some actors visualize and run through the scene in their head…. What about you? What gets you in the zone before a performance? I think just being surrounded by people I love gets me in the “zone.” I love to just have fun on stage and knowing that people I care about are... read more

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I'm not a businessman, I'm a business, man! - Jay Z

I think a number of the leaders are, whether you like it or not, in the hip-hop generation. And when they understand enough, they'll do wonders. I count on them. - Maya Angelou

I idolize that type of thinking where you do whatever's going to make you achieve your goal. - Tupac

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