Wife & Mother
I’m a wife to Rich (26 years) and mom to Luke, Jake, and Joe (not much pink in my house!). When it comes to job descriptions I’d say that I’m the CEO of the household.
What does this mean? Well…it means that once I gave up my elementary school teaching 9 to 5 job, I became a full time cheerleader, coach, and chauffeur. As my kids have gotten older, it means that I’m their confidante as they navigate life into adulthood.
Dreamer & Entrepreneur
I’ve always been a dreamer. Unfortunately, I went through a season of my life where I had lost confidence and belief in myself and I left the dreaming on the back burner and told myself that I’d come back to it.
Thankfully, a number of years ago, my dreaming came to life again! I stumbled across an opportunity to become an entrepreneur and start a business of my own around my busy family life. At first, I had my doubts. Fears, lack of confidence, and negative mindsets came flooding at me.
I didn’t know anything about direct sales, network marketing, social marketing, social commerce or whatever you choose to call my business channel. Could I really make this work?
But thoughts like “Why not me?” kept popping into my head. My desire to provide financial freedom for my family and to give my husband and myself time freedom so we could keep our family top priority won out over any fears.
I took a risk and jumped out of my comfort zone. Because of this I’m a top earner in my company and a leader of many entrepreneurs just like myself.
Teacher, Coach, and Encourager
Although I no longer teach a classroom full of elementary students, I’ve found myself right back in the role of teaching. I’m 100% passionate about helping people get their confidence back, find their purpose, identify their passions, and to overcome the limiting beliefs they have about themselves.
I’m an encourager “through and through”. I think I came out of the womb this way! I love cheering people on and letting them know that I believe in them and can see their gifts and talents even if they don’t!
I realized that I have a gift for helping entrepreneurs take their business to the “next level” or reach goals in their existing business.
As an entrepreneur, the rewarding part isn’t just what my business has done for me and my family. I’m equally in love with how it’s changed the lives of the people I work with as they’ve been able to build bigger vacation, college and retirement funds, to build exit strategies from day jobs, to build transformational income, and to have a life filled with high possibilities.
However, doing this requires the right skills and the right mindset. I’ve developed both and it’s been the key to my success. I love what I do, and what I’m very passionate about is teaching and coaching others how to become entrepreneurs on their terms and to meet their goals.
From as far back as I can remember, I’ve recognized that the better I feel physically the better I can go about my day interacting with people and being overall more fully productive.
Jim Rohn once said, “Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.” I completely agree with him.
I’m passionate about fitness and helping people get on the road to improving their health and over all wellbeing.
As someone who once suffered from an eating disorder, I recognize that many don’t have a love for themselves or the body they’ve been given. I love coaching people on self-love, self-acceptance, and self-care.
We’ve been given just one body and we need to make it last for a life time.
Lifelong Learner & Book Lover
I’m a book worm and a life long student of myself. I believe strongly that a person should never think they “have arrived”. To me, learning about myself and how I can improve is one of my favorite hobbies. I consider myself the proverbial onion that continues to be peeled back revealing more and more layers.
My bookshelves are teeming with books (and my Kindle is filled with even more!) that range in topics from Spiritual, Mindset and Entrepreneurial Growth to suspense, romance, history, and humor.
It’s not unusual for me to have two or three books “going” at once. Unfortunately household jobs such as laundry and cleaning often take a back burner as I read on the average one new book a week.