Are you fueling a life you love or a life you hate?
Stability and the Status quo. That’s what I clung to while I went to work every day. My life wasn’t all too bad really. I went to work, came home, spent time with my dog, packed leftovers for my husband and I, but it all seemed so well…BORING.
I had this dream one day of quitting my job and making my life different. I had this dream of embracing a different lifestyle. One that was location independent. Where I didn’t have to commute everyday and I could wear my PJ’s and eat breakfast with a messy bun and work on my laptop.
Oh yea, and in that world, I wouldn’t have to put makeup on in the car at 8:55 am.
I wanted freedom. I wanted to hang out with my dog and not come home to her “accidents” she had because I was too exhausted to take her for walks at 7 AM in the morning.
I wanted to spend time doing the things I love with my husband like ACTUALLY spend time together and not just fall asleep on the couch watching Netflix and waiting for the weekend.
BUT how on earth was I actually going to make a living???
That was the fear I held onto that kept me from quitting. It was my fear of not being accepted by my family, friends, and dare I say it, myself??
Would I be one of those broke Millenials running facebook ads, trying to make it only to come back to my husband and tell him that we lost the farm?
Okay, we don’t have a farm, but you know what I mean, right?
Well, you know what finally flipped the switch for me to quit my job was being sick and tired of BEING SICK AND TIRED.
I was sick of wishing ONE day that I could make my business a reality. I was tired of waking up early to drag myself to a job I didn’t love.
I was tired of climbing the corporate ladder. I had a different ladder I wanted to climb. I wanted to set my own goals. I wanted to give myself a FRICKING raise when I wanted to. I wanted to wake up feeling creative and passionate.
I wanted to help women create a safe space to make a living doing what they love. Crazy? Maybe. Stupid? Never.
So I quit my job, doubled my sales, and YES started to make a living out of being an entrepreneur.
What I care about are the men and women out there trying to balance their cubicle duties and their family duties and somehow still pursue a dream of getting paid doing what they love.
So I’m calling out to all the ladies out there hustling on weekends trying to live this dream out. You’re not crazy. You’re not stupid for thinking you can make it. In fact, you’re brave, intelligent, and creative
My 1:1 coaching program might be for you if:
3 month coaching program
One discounted price in full for $1,600 ($100 off).
Six biweekly payments of $285.
Question # 1: Why three months?
Three months gives people the opportunity to lay the ground work for changes to their new business and create sustainable habits for their future business.