The journey to selling $10 million for my clients
Experts say you have to do what you love or you’ll never make it. I think that’s a nice little story (lie).
Sometimes you have to do what is NECESSARY to survive on your way to finding what you love. That’s been the case for me over the last 12 years on my journey to finding + doing what I love.
And a blissful life takes courage. In mega doses. Radical acceptance. And learning truths about yourself that sting. Making old messes right. And moving forward. Always moving forward.
For me, that involved–
- 5 failed business attempts + 1 bigger than epic fail before I ever really started figuring this whole money and business think out.
- Alot of “life lessons” some people will never, ever have to learn.
- And mostly, it meant connecting with a Power bigger than me, following the intuition I was gifted with and asking lots and lots of people for help.
Fast forward to now.
I currently own a very unconventional branding and sales positioning company for speakers, authors, experts, consultants and bad ass genius entrepreneurs who want to improve their national platform or Go Global.
I’ve helped my clients create close to 10 million dollars online.
I’m a high-converting copywriter, and I spent about a decade in the launch world, launching products and programs–everything from free to 2K event tickets to 100K year-long coaching programs.
And I get to work with the coolest clients on the planet. There’s no doubt about it.
But you know something…I didn’t grow up dreaming of owning my own business. Let alone being the fucking breadwinner. I don’t apologize for my language. (Sometimes it’s the only way to say it.)
I actually had high hopes of being a famous-singer-doctor-movie-star and having some babies. My secret was to marry rich and be a country club stay-at-home-mom.
I had no idea of what it felt like to succeed or how it would feel to make real impact at the time, to stand in my power, so I went with what sounded good.
It was terrifying going to college. I had no clue what I wanted to do except be a famous-singer-doctor-movie-star, have some babies, and I thought being a psychologist might be cool too. And when you’re this clear about your path, it makes perfect sense that your parents should pay $40,000 a year on a private college education halfway across the country.
So I studied science and cognitive psychology (learning why we think the way we do and what we respond to) and sang here and there when someone would pull out a guitar or play “Betty Davis Eyes.”
Actually, the LAST THING I thought I would do in the world was become an entrepreneur. I watched my parents burn the midnight oil (literally as they cleaned buildings third shift so they can save enough money to start their own business). But fate has a funny way of making things come true in your life. You know what I mean?
And it was even MORE shocking to learn I would step in to the role of Mommy Breadwinner®.
Never say never. ; )
Over the years I’ve been able to pull together more than just tips and tools–I actually have a pathway to what some would call “the good life”–even though I think I’m far from it. #curseofahighachiever
I most definitely know how to help women launch their bliss in the world, find that g-damn bliss in the first place, make some serious dough doing it, and have fun doing what you love (and even hate).
Because happiness is a choice and you get to where you want to be when you can make smarter choices. But let the record state that I am not an enlightened alien being. I’m still very much a work in progress. My story isn’t that incredible.
I’m just a girl who needed to do something for her family to survive and somewhere down that road a little spark caught fire and it grew and it grew and it grew.
I have two amazing children. I love my mama and daddy. I’m a proud Midwest Kansas girl. I love to leave my phone at home so people can’t find me. I hate looking at Facebook but love connecting through it. (It’s true). I love to travel. Listen to really loud fucking music. Get a deal. Do a deal. And make money.
I hope you find something here that makes a difference, that means something and all in all, I pray you leave here in better shape than I found you.