FORTUNE 100 EXECUTIVE’s LIFE STORY INSPIRES PERSEVERANCE… and FAITH
Rubi Ho is a Vietnam immigrant who entered the United States the day after the “Fall of Saigon” as a poor, homeless 4-year old boy. His path to personal and professional freedom and success was neither easy or void of significant hardship.
Early in Ho’s youth, he was faced with adult responsibilities of supporting his siblings whom were being raised by their 21-year old sister. Ho’s values and ethics were compromised in his quest to not only survive but in creating an identity for himself.
As the only Asian family in a middle-class white neighborhood, Ho proclaims, “I created an identity for myself that was purely a façade and said yes to any and all of money’s temptations.” “I was lost for many years, creating heartache, causing problems and amassing confusion for myself.”
Ho just released his short book in which he shares his journey of confronting his obstacles or as he states “elephants” in Confronting My Elephants. www.confrontingmyelephants.com