I wasn't born to entrepreneurial parents and I failed math in school.
But it turns out that the mantra my mother kept reciting over and over to me, "Make it Happen" would prove very useful. (She was kind of like the pre-emptive campaign to Nike's "Just Do It" slogan, and almost as obsessive).
So, even though I failed math in school, I kept fighting for my place. At university, in my career, and in my business. When I landed in my career pinnacle as a Stockbroking Analyst, I didn't tell them I failed math in school, I just proved to them that I could do the job.
You see, I figured out early that no one really cares about the detail, what they care about is RESULTS.
In my business I was overwhelmed, frustrated and started at the bottom too. The difference between me and everyone else was that I just kept plodding away, I kept stepping through the fear, and I kept asking for the opportunity, even when it was hard. The other difference was I knew how to measure and quantify results, and my results were great.
That's why I don't sugarcoat things. I ask you to get to work. I get to work with you. I hold your hand and we walk through the trenches together. It won't be perfect the first time, and that's ok. The point is, it will be DONE. I am a coach, and a mum, and I GET YOU.
I understand your struggle, I understand your challenges, and I understand your lack of time.
But I also know you are on this page for a reason. And that reason is your DREAM. That thing that makes your heart flutter. That thing that has you get excited, even though you don't know how to make it happen, or even if you've tried to make it happen before and failed with your efforts.
You just need someone else to be fired up as much about it as you are. And that person is me.
I’ve grown three businesses from scratch, all while managing two kids 24/7 and having a husband away half the year. And when I reached $10K days in my business, I made myself a promise that I would show every mum on the planet that she could do it too.
And so that's what I'm doing, one business at a time.