You are sitting at your 8-6 job (because we all know there is no such thing as a 9-5) with dreams and ideas of starting something new (and preferably for yourself).
B. EX-CORPORATE MOM
You’re a mom who used to kick butt in the corporate world, but now spends your day conversing with a toddler or playing Uber driver to your kids, and you’re looking for a bit of intellectual sanity to scratch that itch or a creative outlet that doesn’t involve Play-Doh.
C. STABLE SMALL BUSINESS
You have a small business you’ve been running for years, but it feels stale, growth and profits have leveled out, and you haven’t had the time to figure out what to do to fix it.
You are a successful mompreneur, but feel like you’ve hit an internal “mommy guilt” crossroad in your life: either sacrifice family time to bring your business to the next level or choose family and scale back your business.
E. ALL OF THE ABOVE
But that ends now. All you need is a partner in crime and the proper tools to push you along!
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If building a business is like building your dream home, then I am your architect and general contractor.
I help you design the plans, build the framework and execute your vision, but it’s up to you to create your home.
I am a business strategy coach and consultant for ambitious mompreneurs and female entrepreneurs.
I will help you lay the foundation, create a roadmap and develop the skills and tactics needed to build and grow a successful business aligned with your dreams (while juggling everything else in life).
To eliminate the overwhelm, use time and resources efficiently and build a plan for the future, you need someone to keep you accountable, analyze your business from the outside, and support and guide you in the right direction.
I am passionate about inspiring and educating entrepreneurs. From creative entrepreneurs to high school students, I have covered multiple topics regarding different aspects of entrepreneurship,
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I get how hard it is to “do it all” and yet still pursue a dream.
It won’t be perfect and it won’t be easy, but I promise, you (& your loved ones) and your business will be thankful you took the leap.