Two things that set Veronica Moya apart is her entrepreneurial spirit and strong intuition. By combining those two gifts, the intuitive business woman creates a strong competitive advantage for herself. Today, she is committed to teaching young kids how to develop the same competency and create a better future.
Veronica is a lot of things at once. She’s a business owner, author, teacher, intuitive coach, and spiritual healer for children. Yet in all that the business enthusiast does, Veronica excels completely. Originally from Argentina, Veronica has honed her gifts and talents and risen through the ranks wherever she landed. Nowadays, she conquers the business scene in New York City. Veronica Moya owns one of the fastest-growing elopement companies in the area, Wedding Packages NYC.
Wedding Packages NYC was founded in November of 2015, and by the end of 2019, the company was profiting over $250,000. They were projected to hit half a million in sales this year, but when COVID-19 happened, they went dark for four months. Still, they are closing the year with $210,000 in revenue. “I do use my intuition to avoid being affected by the collective fear, and I don’t allow myself to be paralyzed. We pivot, we adjust, and we grow. It’s always been like this,” shares Veronica.
Early on in life, the entrepreneur had a knack for business. Veronica started her own kids’ entertainment business in Buenos Aires, Argentina, when she was seventeen years old. Ever since then, she has developed, grown, and polished her business savvy, learning all the ins and outs of running and growing a venture. Veronica’s love for the world of business would direct her toward her greatest purpose in life: to help people use their natural giftings to win in life.
Veronica Moya used to be a faculty member of the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, New York. Now, Veronica teaches at the Edgar Cayce Center and Namaste Healing Center in New York City.
But Veronica’s crown and glory have to be her work with the younger generation. The coach and mentor help young people build their competitive advantage through private counseling and group sessions. She also teaches kids and teens techniques and principles that will improve their emotional intelligence, relationships, self-esteem, grit, and passion.
What sets Veronica Moya apart from other intuition and spiritual coaches is her approach to coaching. While most guides try to “calm down” kids, Veronica brings energy into her sessions. “My classes are dynamic and interactive,” shares the intuition coach. “This results in assertive individuals who enjoy a renewed confidence and sense of self. I teach meditation as an energizer! Not as a calming mechanism.”
When counseling teens, Veronica focuses on tapping into their essence and drawing out information. Through the process, she has helped many young people figure out what career path will give them the most satisfaction in life.
On top of her work with the youth, Veronica Moya also uses her platform to speak to other people from other age groups and backgrounds. She used to be a weekly columnist for “Buenos Dias Nueva York” in Telemundo. She wrote various articles for Holistic Publications, including Natural Awakenings, New Life, and Wisdom Magazine. Veronica has also appeared in publications such as E Entertainment, Cosmopolitan Magazine, and New Realities. Veronica also hosts an online show on her YouTube channel and will soon be launching a podcast entitled The Intuitive Mind with Veronica Moya.
Veronica Moya finds purpose and passion in helping people achieve their biggest dreams and experience greater fulfillment. She hopes to scale her programs and classes to help more youth and children process some of life’s greatest mysteries.
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