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I help people like you who feel chained by your finances bet on yourselves.
Everything in life can be very predictable... right?
But maybe you lay awake at night like I did... feeling like there is something nagging at your insides. There’s this little voice asking, “Is this really all there is to look forward to in life? Working for 30 years until you can someday, maybe, retire?”
Do you feel like you don’t deserve to have freedom in your work because you don’t have freedom in your finances?
You don’t want to "come out of the closet" about your financial situation because you’re afraid of being judged.
Feel like you can’t take another path in life because it’s unexpected - but you’re also thinking, "There’s gotta be more than this."
I WAS THERE TOO.
I started writing for others "on the side" to make a little extra money while I was blogging. I didn’t even think of it as a business! It was just a thing I did for fun that happened to make me a little money, almost by accident.
My mindset didn't change until I was speaking with my friend and fellow blogger Cat Alford who asked me about my business goals. And I tried to downplay because I was like, "Who me?" It’s not a business, it’s just a thing I do for fun…
But in speaking with Cat, I realized it could be so much more - all I had to do was turn my ideas into actionable plans and start moving forward with a business mindset.
I turned in my resignation letter at my full-time job. I’d never really quit anything in life before that moment and I was so worried about what the reactions of my co-workers, bosses, friends, and especially my family would be.
In fact, when I mustered up the courage to tell my dad that I had quit my job, the first thing he said was, “How are you going to pay for health insurance and save for retirement?”
He had a right to be worried. At that moment, I had over $148,000 of debt and I had just decided to leave behind my steady income and bet on myself. I may not have had my finances in order, but what I did have was a drive to succeed.
My first week of self-employment I cried every day. You might have drive, but deep down you’re still scared as to whether you’ll really make it. If you’re not scared, you’re crazy!
But I know it can be done, because I did it! And that’s why I’m passionate about giving you the push you need to take your finances and your business seriously.