Interview With Rogelio Bonola

Mr. Steven D Wilford
3 min readJul 28, 2022


What is the most complex thing you’ve had to do?

  • The most complex thing I have had to do up until this point was back in the very beginning of my entrepreneurial journey, and taking the leap and going through the first steps, which was weeding out almost everyone I had contact with and going through with the first steps, which was weeding out virtually contact with purely focused on myself. I look back now and remember how bad I felt and how doing that wasn’t “me. It was unusual because I had always been known as a lovely friendly, caring person — and for me to unexpectedly and abruptly do that was difficult. But I knew I had to be better; I knew I could be better. I had to move on. I can say with confidence that it has paid off immensely well.

What is the most outstanding achievement you’ve ever accomplished?

  • The most outstanding achievement I have ever accomplished was, without a doubt proving everyone who has ever doubted me wrong. I am nowhere close to my peak, and I've close to my peak yet to break through expectations again.

What are your long-term goals?

  • Financially Stable, Non-Stop Travel, surrounded by friends and family, doing whatever I want, whenever I want, with whoever I want, and continuing to provide value and motivation for others.

What is the biggest mistake you have made within your career?

  • My biggest mistake until now is not having a guard or limit point to how accessible I am. When I mean “accessible,” I mean in terms of my time, energy, and literal things like my phone number and social media. At my status right now, and the level I’ve Newley achieved, I have got to have that boundary. I need that security. I always got to be arm's length away from everyone because, you never know — in the grass.

What is one message that you would like to give the world?

  • It is possible. Whatever it is, whatever you want to be, or wherever you want to go. It. Is. Possible. Do it. Could you do it? Ignore literally everyone and do it, get results, and watch everyone fall to their knees, begging you for 5 minutes, 60 seconds of your time to talk to you and ask you “how?”. Put in the work. You need to realize that no one cares about anything you do, but it’s OK because the world DOES revolve around you. Échale gás. Prove everyone wrong.

Where do you see yourself in the next ten years?

Mark my words. I don’t care what happens, now or later. In 10 years, I will figure something out, and I will be the wealthiest person who has EVER graduated from Silver Creek High School, Class of 2020.

If you could take back one thing you did wrong, what would it be and why?

  • Without my faults and L’s, I wouldn’t be me right now. I would go back and change or do anything that alters the outcome of what I did wrong. Everything I have ever done, every move, every thought-out idea, and every fall I took has led me to where I am. I wouldn’t change a thing.



Mr. Steven D Wilford