What is your story? Or in other words, what made you your awesome self you are today?
I have been an entrepreneur for over 25 years. I began in network marketing with Arbonne so that I could raise my children and supplement our income. I reached the top level in the company, and after coaching and leading several women on my team on the importance of having a very powerful vision for your life, I decided to speak, coach, and created a curriculum to help people publicly. I have now taught thousands of people why they need to have a written, crystal clear vision, how to write one as they have never done before, and how to break down that big dream into daily, doable goals.
What message do you promote?
#Vision is Victory
#Do It On Purpose
#Keep Looking up
Your Vision IS your victory as it fixes just about everything in your life!
Having a vision reveals your life purpose, and people with purpose are living out their God-given calling and legacy.
Keep Looking Up is the title of the book my daughter and I wrote last year about our family loss and how we have a bigger perspective on life that helps us keep going and helping others through their own adversities.
In what capacity do you LEAD UP in your community?
During our book tour, we highlighted several charities and gave a portion of our book proceeds to them. I am also getting ready to align my business with my chosen charity for 2020 for exposure and fundraising.
In business and/or in life, share a struggle you overcame that other women can relate to?
I built two businesses while raising my children and a husband that traveled.
There were so many people in my life that did not believe in what I was doing, but did it anyway because my vision was BIGGER.
I kept speaking and coaching after losing my husband, and then my son three years later, to suicide.
What is the most rewarding aspect of what you do?
Seeing people become clear on who they are and what their purpose is and then being able to break through all the fear and succeed!
How do you SHOW UP?
I still do a lot of networking in my community, do workshops, and speak across the country about the importance of vision and purpose
If you could give one piece of advice for women who are entering the workforce or launching their own business what would that be?
Get very, very clear about a 3-year vision and quantitative game plan you are going to follow BEFORE you do anything else! It lays the foundation for where to spend your time, money, and the people you will spend it with as you grow.
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