You’re a soulful entrepreneur who uses your intuition when setting your prices and thinking up new offers.
You carry crystals, you sage your office, and you meditate regularly to ward off bad vibes.
You write affirmations daily and love reading the latest from Gabby Bernstein, Marie Forleo, and Brené Brown, to name a few.
Your a business owner who believes in magic and is passionate about spreading that message of love and light to the masses.
Although, there’s nothing that can kill your vibe quicker than SEO, ad strategy, graphic design, landing pages, funnels, lead magnets, fb ads, and all the other wonderful tech elements that come with the territory of running an online business.
As a “multi-passionate” entrepreneur myself, I feel the hustle and it is my greatest joy in life to take away some of the tech stress that comes with running a business in 2018.
I’ve probably spent well over 10,000 hours on my laptop, making me an expert according to the book, Outliers. When I was a kid, I can specifically remember asking my parents for nerdy stuff like a pom pilot, a video camera, a DSLR, and a “flip phone”…when they first came out.
I would keep myself entertained by filming one-woman music videos to my favorite broadway and pop songs, which is why I can literally say I had no friends. Haha!
Now, I’ve turned that passion for technology into a full time business.
When I graduated college, I was pursuing a career in radio and print advertising that left me unfulfilled, and uninspired. I quickly learned that the competition and ego-centric career environment was not for me. I even switched career paths, went back to school, and became a Physical Therapist Assistant because I felt like I needed the security of a traditional job, and hey, working in “healthcare” was guaranteed security, right? I’m proof that it’s definitely not.
I was “let-go” from my job in the clinic after only 3 months, not to mention I was 6 months pregnant, and my husband was serving overseas. Talk about a complete and total sh** storm.
Instead of looking at that as a failure, or rather feeling like a victim of circumstance, I looked at it as an opportunity. An opportunity to pursue a life full of doing work I was completely and totally obsessed with, that also allowed me to work from wherever, spend more time with my family, and of course…work in my pjs. Most importantly, I wanted to make an impact and serve others in a meaningful way.
Here’s what you and I have in common…we both have vision.
I can see that you know exactly what you want to create, you just need someone in your corner helping you make it happen. Because, let’s face it, you don’t have the time/energy/or motivation to learn everything there is to know about everything.
You need the space to be free, and I’m the person to help you have just that.
Put down your laptop, say goodbye to your tech stress, and focus on creating that vision the Universe gave you.
I believe that success is measured in how many people you help. That means leveraging your uniqueness and personality to grow a thriving business that’s meant to change the world.
I’ll be honest, my grammar sometimes stinks, and I ocassionally use text lingo in my emails, but my commitment to you is to keep it real every step of the way.
I am dedicated to continuous learning, perfecting my craft, and my innovative ideas are, dare I say, “fresher than a smooth jar skippy.”
Thank you so much for taking the time to read this all the way through. I hope this is only the beginning of our relationship, and I’d love to learn more about you. I’m stoked to see your business grow and thrive, as we work together to make your business goals a reality.