I told myself if I was going to commit to building a business, I was going to commit to building the business I wanted to lead.
That meant only working with clients I loved, and only doing work that made me want to bust out joyful dance moves.
That meant focusing on giving back — especially to other women business owners. And that meant investing in a high-level mentor who could show me how to be successful in a way that felt good, so I no longer had to settle.
Laying down the $25,000 investment to hire a next-level coach nearly made my heart stop, but I knew it would be worth it to get out of the current reality I was living. A week after rolling out a new premium package, I had my first $10,000 day, and I haven’t looked back since.