Millionaire Coach Stormy Went From Checking Bags To Teaching You How To Make A Bag! | Blew A Bag


My name is Stormy Wellington,
also known as Coach Stormy, and I blew a bag. So, you may know me from
Amateurs Millionaire’s Club, you may know me from being
a multi-million dollar earner in the industry of network
and and direct sales, you may know me from being
a best selling author. I have about
four different books, three that’s based upon self
help and personal development, and one that’s based
upon my story, my memoir. You may know me from Instagram.
A lot of people know me from being the voice
of the colored girl. Most people know me
by being you know, a source of inspiration.
I am bold, I am unapologetic. So it just depends
on what day of the week, there’s multiple days I do. I’m a mother, I’m a ex-wife,
I am a millionaire coach. I travel all around the world
showing people that they can make money
through network marketing. But, I also teach people that when you learn
to rule your mind, and when you learn
to train the brain, there is nothing
that you can’t accomplish. So I like to look a certain
kind of way, so you may know me
from being that girl that looks
a certain kind of way but speaks differently
than the way I look. So I like to make people
kind of think that I’m, you know, uneducated,
and then when I open my mouth, they start to realize
that wait a minute, this girl is more powerful
than she appears to be. So you may know me
from your child listening to one of my CD’s. I’m all over Apple,
I’m all over Spotify, I have a album that’s actually
doing very well right now. The last regular …
I wouldn’t even call it regular, because people used
to always say to me, “Girl, you got a good job.”
I used to be a TSA agent. I used to wear that thick,
blue shirt, those thick, ugly, blue pants,
with the big, fat belt, and I was the girl
that a lot of you cute girls would come through the airport, and throw your Chanel bags
up there. And I remember back in those
days, feeling like a peasant. I remember, I used to work at
the busiest checkpoint in Miami, at the Miami
International Airport. We would see about
15,000 people a day, and it’s so funny,
because when I think about that, that was one of the defining
moments of my life, working at the airport,
realizing that I deserve better, when I was making
13.75 an hour. Yeah. So, when I was a TSA agent,
at first I was excited about it, because it was
a government job, and everybody would say
if you work at the government, you have a secure job. And then I got even more excited
when I realized that I could climb the
quote unquote corporate ladder, because I was going
to be a customs agent. And so I was always
excited about just the thought of going
from TSA to customs. I remember, if you ever fly, pay attention to the stripes
on the shoulders. One stripe means
you’re just basic, two stripes mean
you’re a supervisor, three stripes mean
that you’re a manager. So I remember my dreams
and aspirations was to go from one stripe
to two stripe to three stripes, then to go to customs. What really made me
have my shift was when I went
to work one day, and some real cute girls
came through the airport. And I remember looking at them,
saying, “What is different
between me and them?” I just believe that they just
had a different thought process, and I believe that they just
had different relationships. And I’ll never forget
going on lunch break one day. I went on lunch break, and I was just like,
“I’m not going back.” I had no idea
where I was going, I had no idea
what I was going do, but I remember that day
like it was yesterday, seeing these cute girls
come through, throw their bags
on the conveyor belt. I had to check it,
I had to do my job, but that day I went to lunch, and I just went AWOL,
and I never came back. So, after I quit my job,
I was in a tough place. Obviously, my income, I took care of my two kids
at the time, because I had two kids,
you know, from the income
that I made from the airport. So it was really rough for me
when I first quit, but I started to really
look around or opportunities, because I’m really
an entrepreneur at heart. I don’t like jobs,
I don’t like being told what time I’ve got
to be to work, I don’t like lunch breaks, you know, I don’t like,
you know, 15 minute breaks. I never felt comfortable,
feeling like I had to hide when I was in the bathroom.
Putting your feet up, because you took an extra
five minutes in the bathroom, and so for a long time
I struggled, when I first quit my TSA job, but I ended up relocated
to Atlanta, Georgia, and Atlanta, Georgia is
what began my shift. When I got to Atlanta, Georgia,
it was real challenging. I was staying different friends,
from pillar to post. I remember, one week I’d be
at this person’s house, next week I’d be
at this person’s house, and then, this was back
in the days when you were able
to kind of … anybody could get approved
for a house if you had a social
security number, you know? It didn’t matter what
your tax returns looked like, it didn’t matter really or truly
if you had the documentations, as long as you had
a 550 credit score. And so I got myself
a nice house, not really realizing that I didn’t have the means
to pay for the house. But that was really
what woke me up, because I started to find
other opportunities outside of what I was
accustomed to, you know? When you are someone
who grew up with men that was either
taking care of you, you know, or of course, finding ways
to get your hustle on, whether it was scheming,
scamming, stealing, plotting, you know, it’s kind of
challenging to find new ways. But, one of the beautiful things
about being in Atlanta, Georgia, it’s like the black mecca,
you know? African Americans can not only
just survive in Atlanta, they can thrive. And I remember working this job where I was able to collect
a million dollars, and close accounts
in collections. And I remember my boss called me
in the office one day and says, “Hey, your performance,
out of this world, you brought a million dollars
in seven months,” and I later learned that
those accounts were closed, which means they wrote
those accounts off. So to be able to collect
a million dollars in seven months
in closed accounts was pretty spectacular,
right? Well, the day my boss told me
that my raise was 25 cents, that literally became, again, another one of my
defining moments. I walked away from that job,
I went AWOL, and I got into
network marketing. When I made my first check
for 5,000 dollars, see what you got to understand is nobody around me
believed in me. My mom thought
I was crazy and stupid. You know, I became
a member of the NFL, no friends, no family left. None of my friends
wanted to hear from me. I became that girl that like,
stay away, because she’s going to
try to sell us something. But there was one thing
that I always understood, because I used to be
involved in retail. I always understood the power of
buying something for wholesale, and then having the ability
to retail it. I always understood the margin
in between was your profit. And so even though
I didn’t understand how everything worked,
I understood making commission, and I understood the margins
from wholesale to retail. What was the most money
I spent in one day? I would have to say the day that I became a Tony Robbins
platinum partner. I paid 85,000 dollars that day, to become a Tony Robbins
platinum partner. That day was the same day that
I had to pay the down payment for one of my events.
The venue was about 30,000. I was staying in
a very expensive hotel, my invoice by the end
of the week, because I was at a conference,
a seven day conference, was about 8,000 dollars.
I flew first class. So I would have to say
my most … yeah, probably
about 130,000 dollars. Just the other day I spent
like 67,000 dollars, but it wasn’t spent.
I paid 10,000 to my attorney, I had to pay 42,000
for my home getting decorated, and then the next day
I had to pay another 85,000
to the contractor. So, I don’t really
specifically look at the money I spend in a day,
but I look at the money that I spent
over a period of 30 days. My money’s more managed
in 30 day increments. Oh my god, I treat myself
like a queen. I’m a queen, I believe
in paying myself first. I average anywhere
between, you know, I’m not get into my money.
I treat myself like a queen. I treat myself, you know,
with the utmost respect. I respect myself. As of today, I would never
loan money again without some type of contract, and some type
of collateral, okay? I do believe in giving back,
you know, that’s why I give 10 percent
to my charity account, because I have
a charity account, and so once my charity account
every month is exhausted, now when you ask me
borrow money, there needs to be
a business transaction, meaning you need to tell me
what is going to be my return. I like 12 percent,
that’s my number. And what’s your collateral?
Do you have any assets? Do you have anything
to give me for this loan? I don’t do loans anymore,
because right now, I probably have 150,000
somewhere in the world, from people that
borrowed it from me. From closest friends
that borrowed and don’t even hardly
talk to me anymore. So what’s coming? First of all, I just got to say
this, the sky is the limit. I do women’s conferences, so I know that that version
of my life is expanded. My goal, and my mission,
is to keep growing as an African American woman who dropped out of school
in the ninth grade, who was told that I wouldn’t
amount to anything, and I did. I am Stormy Wellington,
also known as Coach Stormy, and yes I blew a bag,
I invested a bag, I spent the bag,
I bought some bags, I bought some cars,
I bought some properties, I bought homes
over in Africa where I am a philanthropist,
I help people to get a bag, so yeah, we get
all kind of bags. We even have Chanel bags,
and Erman’s bags, and Gucci bags,
and so yeah, we blowing bags, but we’re investing bags
as well.

100 thoughts on “Millionaire Coach Stormy Went From Checking Bags To Teaching You How To Make A Bag! | Blew A Bag”

  1. So many people mad. smh. Learn, grow and figure out your way to a million. We don't have to tear each other down in the meantime. Blessings.

  2. Wait. She was a stripper. That is a huge part of her testimony that she always talks about. I wonder why she didn't share it. She had a whole show about motivating strippers.

  3. I saw a couple of her videos on IG, I believe, and I didn’t really care for her at first. She just seemed to be fake humble and did a lot of bragging, but for some reason in this video I feel a little inspired. 😅😅😂

  4. I'm trying HARD to understand how YOU can listen to a video and still not learn anything from IT but talk about her make-up and why you unfollowed HER….lol WHO HURT YOU (Deon voice). I LOVE this video, you talked about two pivotal points in your life and you didn't quit. You invested in YOU, I'm definitely in that NFL club, I like it TOO (peaceful n quiet). Keep dropping videos, I never heard of you before this video.

  5. She fly around the country sponsoring these "women empowerment conferences" that cost from $200- $1000 a ticket. Where she is supposed to advise women on how to become rich..🙄 If you watch her on IG she has a horrible attitude and a strong sense of entitlement. I call bullshit on whatever it is she claim she does. What the fukc is "network marketing"

    OAN: DISCLAIMER: She failed to mention she was also a stripper 🤷🏿‍♀️ she got the ass shots to prove it😂😂😂😂😂

  6. She’s a Network marketer for TLC. She sells Tea and liquid vitamins to name a few, via a Marketing company that pays you based on the # of people u bring in under your umbrella.(they sell, you get paid….) .Not sure why she left out she was a stripper? She talks about It often on her IG, and never heard her mention she was a TSA agent… 🤷🏽‍♀️

  7. I’ve never heard of her. I had a hard time understanding her. I don’t understand how she is helping anyone with those speaking skills of hers. Whewww!

  8. Please thumbs this up so other people can see what she did, and the same questions can be answered.

    She said it in the video. She use to scam using credit cards. That is such common thing in Miami. That's why one of the city girls got locked up for . When she went to Atlanta then she was able to maintain her through stripping.

  9. I first heard of her from her network marketing commercials she used to have on the TVs on MARTA (Atlanta transit) and on TV. Don't know if she's a scammer like y'all are saying but she hustles and stays on her grind. Her story is impressive either way. Like Lupe Fiasco said, "being poor also teach you how to hustle". Growing up the way she did, she decided to have the eye of the tiger, I guess.

  10. She paid $85,00o to be A Tony Robbins? or Tony Roberts! Platinum partner? & $30,000 for her event. Damn I thought she was struggling when she moved to Atlanta? She wasn't struggling that damn much cuz she had all this money to pay to be a platinum partner with a man in a pyramid scheme that's the only way you're going to make money is to be the person at the top of the pyramid cuz everyone else is doing the work by bringing in people tryna climb that ladder but in reality they're never gna make it to the top & instead of trying to get to the top she paid her way to the top and by the looks of it she found her some great "investers" "partners" "suckers" "dummies" & the rest is history. SN: Of course she treats herself like a queen & pays herself first with the pyramid scheme she's the only one getting paid. As far as her seminars are concerned she's making another pretty penny by charging people to attend her seminar & "coaching" them on how to become a successful entrepreneur just like her.

  11. She is in a Networking Marketing company called TLC(Total Life Changes) She is the top earner in the company right now. Follow her on IG @coachstormy

  12. Based on these comments she hasn’t impressed many. I seen her when she was aggressively cussing strippers out to teach them a better lifestyle because she came from a stripper background. No one knew how she really made money except having others pay to see or invest in her. She doesn’t build relationships with women because based on what we saw on “Beyond the Pole” women don’t trust her. She was demeaning them and spoke more about herself as she is doing here.

  13. Watched beyond the pole she didn't coach them on ANYTHING but she took every second of airtime to talk about how she was rich and what she had , and she said very clearly " I made my money on multi level marketing, you may know it as Ponzi scheme" so yeah don't believe me just watch !

  14. This one was weak. She quit her job because she was jealous of some cute girls in the airport (even though she had 2 kids to support with that job!) Now its unclear what she did and how she made her "bag". Yet she's a motivational speaker? Ill tell you something about fast talking motivational speakers…most of em don't do shit else. They talk about going out there n getting this and that when the only thing they're going out n getting themselves is your money. If someone has to motivate you to win…you've already lost

  15. Who else almost shed a tear when she was describing her emotions while at work seeing those beautiful girls. I have been there. And is still around. 😔

  16. if you came from the gutter and made it out there is a certain way that you conduct yourself..
    look at TIP.

    lemme finish this damn video smh

  17. ST🌧🌪🌨🌫🌩🌬Y WELLINGTON… needs to 🛑… it with tha waste of time MUMBO JUMBO… 🐂💩… Now who is she again❗LMMFAO… 😆🤣😆🤣😆🤣

  18. What happened to “I’ve been stripping since the age 13 & I made more in 1 year than the average working girl in 3 years?” Or something like that. She just left that out 🤷🏾‍♀️

  19. Stormy is a known liar she is gonna tell whatever lie she gotta tell to get your dollars out your pocket and in to hers. If you ain’t got no money she ain’t talking to you. When she was first selling Detox flat tummy skinny tea she told us she lost weight from the tea and got busted she went and had plastic surgery. Society always flocks to dishonest people and the honest folks they don’t believe and do business with…folks love smooth talkers. I find it also interesting how she doesn’t talk about her being a stripper and a thot to get where she is today. If you wanna brag keep it real tell all of how you really got a bag and blew a bag. Outside of that…..she knows marketing, advertising, and how to sell water to a whale I will give her that.

  20. Y'all keep saying that she didn't explain what she did but she clearly said she went into network marketing and making commissions. Then she invested in Tony Robbins…

  21. Why are we seeing someone talking about how much money they blow? And who did her makeup? She’s pretty but they didn’t serve her well.

  22. I used to follow her on Instagram.she's too arrogant and rude, she's totally disrespectful to her followers. I watched this video thinking I was see something different . Nope still not a fan I don't care how much money she has

  23. Hold on she worked at the airport and felt like a peasant… She's the people we're (I'm) shook off when I go to the airport, they can either be nice or assholes..

  24. Y'all in the comments tearing down this black woman but whites have done much worse to us and still do. If you want to be mad at anybody, be mad at yourself.

  25. I'm definitely interested in starting my CBD I want to invest the money and I want to do it now and I also have a group of friends that will definitely be interested as well

  26. Clearly 9min 40 seconds is not an entire episode. Negativity at its best. It's saddening to see people try and drag someone's name through the mud. Regardless of the fact everyone has a past. If people would put as much energy Into themselves instead of placing judgement on others, this world would be so much better. It cost nothing to be kind. Google could be your best friend use it.

  27. She literally said she started out in network marketing. That’s how she grew. She literally said she sold books. She literally said she coaches people. Listen to any interview on tv or internet, they don’t tell every part of their story on every show. Doesn’t mean it didn’t exist. Yes she was a stripper. Y’all love to tear people down and their hustle. No you may not have known her before today, but that’s how life works. You hear about someone from somewhere. Y’all don’t know them straight out the womb. Like what? If you don’t like her that’s cool. But to tear her or anyone down especially if you don’t know her is cruel. & that’s wrong with the world today.

  28. I'm sorry…who is she again??? The only thing that kept my attention is that bad weave in her head. She probably talked her real hair to death.

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