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Cube life never interested me, and I sat in one for over a decade. I felt that “itch”. Can anyone relate???
Four years ago, that itch turned into a massive tug at my heart strings for something bigger. I wanted to break out of my suffocating cubicle, walk away from Corporate America and find something that gave me freedom, stability and happiness. Enter: soul search mode, plenty of time on indeed.com and coffee. Lots of it! The outcome was dehydration from coffee overload and a realization that my dream job of flexibility + unlimited income didn’t exist nor justify the cost of part-time daycare for my sweet baby girl.
I thought I had to choose between work and being a happy and fulfilled mom. I had a failing marriage, hefty bills and a job that paid me well yet left me feeling empty.
A dear friend told me about a vehicle and platform to make a difference in people’s lives and create freedom of choice through my own global, virtual health and wellness business. I was skeptical (I didn’t want to be a sales rep or distributor, stock inventory, be pressured into sales quotas or ever make anyone else feel that way) but made a decision to give myself grace, while I learned this industry. What has kept me excited is teaching people about repeat income 💵 - doing the work once and getting paid over and over again - and I did it with my daughter by my side, because I had no interest in missing life moments that I could never get back.
The financial success that has come has been an absolute blessing and something I will never take for granted. BUT, what keeps me the most inspired is locking arms with self-motivated, passionate people, who have a desire to create physical and financial transformation in their life.
What I’ve since learned... Saying yes to what makes us happy, means learning how to say NO to what doesn’t. Learn to say NO to the voices of self doubt and fear, NO to relationships that have you playing small, and NO to distractions right now to have what you want later.
You had a purpose, before anyone had an opinion! Instead of asking WHAT IF, ask WHY NOT ME?