Do you start your work day asking yourself:
I have a business to run and I don’t know where to start!
Ugh, this is not what I signed up for, I just want to focus on "input your talent".
Running your business should not feel like
you are climbing Mount Everest.
You're saying to yourself, "there has got to be a better way to do this!".
Doesn't it seem right when you get comfortable with something you receive an email or see an ad for the newer and better "thing"? You start to feel the panic rise in your chest because now you have something else to learn or you start to question what you are doing.
While running your business, you feel overwhelmed by:
- where to start
- imposter syndrome, oh so many
- processes, what, where when
- the tech, so much tech!
- fear and anxiety, lack of confidence
- strategy, what strategy?
- the ups and downs, can I hack it
What if you could wake up tomorrow feeling like
you've had four espressos and you're ready for it!
When the weight of these questions is lifted you’ll be amazed at how well you can focus. I will help inspire you to become more enthusiastic about your business, seek out change, and find your unique power for resilience during tougher times.
Okay so that’s all well and good you say but who are you and will you help me?
testimonial from Maria here
A little back story.
I started my career 18 years ago when I left a solid job as a senior designer and manager at a successful marketing agency in the Northern Virginia/DC region. Basically, daycare was too expensive for two kids. I birthed both my second child and business at the same time!
Believe me, there were plenty of tears. I was scared! This was not a hobby I was starting. I had already said out loud what I had hoped to make each month, and at the moment it seemed like a pretty big ask.
Sure I had the experience from the agency work but that's not the same as running your own business. I contemplated getting temp jobs or frankly waiting tables again. I loved my job as a waitress!
I thought to myself I had options if I couldn't hack this business stuff. It was an easy out if needed.
But I kept at it.
I said to myself as my own business coach, I can do this and it's par for the course. There are going to be ups and downs. Plenty of people before me have had it much harder and made it.
I kept learning, discovering new things, reading and surrounding myself with amazing mentors and business leaders. Believe me, I have stumbled plenty, and looking back wish I had known what I know now then. There would have been far fewer late nights, tears, and moments of panic.
And at the same time, I'm thankful for those moments because I have always known my other calling was to help and guide others.