But can I really help you?
This is a question I always have when I am about to sign up for a new coaching or program. Well, that really depends on:

A) Who You are and
B) Do you really have thee bandwidth to commit to growing your business at this point in you life?

You have had your business for a while and even though you are doing well, you really feel like you could be doing so much better.

Build a Brand that Converts

You are constantly trying to find the next big marketing idea to help you stand out but you are constantly switching it up and you are getting confused, overwhelmed and to top it off, you are NOT getting the results that you want.

You are tired of spinning your wheels and you want to see real movement, real progress.

Uplevel Your Clients

You know you want to uplevel your clients but you are not sure how and where to start.

Get recognized as the
Leader You Know You Are

You see others with less experience and skill killing it, while you are are not getting your message out there in a way that will get you the clients you really want.

You know that you are great at what you do and know you could be a leader in your field.

You are tired of playing small and are ready to explode your business.

You Need Clear Step-by-Step Instructions, Guidance and Support from a Real Expert

You have no idea where your next client is coming from and it stresses you out and keeps you up at night.

You are tired of joining group programs and want the time and attention you need to really expand your reach and double your income.

Before I started my online-cnetered business, I took many, many courses taught by hugely successful coaches where I was one in many.

And, because I am an introvert, I hardly spoke up on group calls, did not interact that much in the private online groups, and pretty much did it on my own. (Or Rather, did not do it on my own.)

I had questions, but I often thought I hadn't done the pre-work properly and I should know the answer. I mean I was a successful woman, I should know everything, right? And a huge part of my up until then success had been figuring everything out on my own. Asking for help was not in my wheelhouse. (And most employers love employees like me!) However, this lack of self-compassion—often called perfectionism—did not help me succeed in my own business. Instead I worked myself weary and then got burned out. It is hard to maintain consistency when you are operating from this place.

You Want to see Change and Results from Your Efforts

I often hear perfectionism touted as if it is a badge of honor. And hell yeah, I used to say I was a perfectionist all the time. When creating intricate designs for magazines, that truly was an asset. I would work on layouts until the wee hours of the morning making them as perfect as possible. And in my 20+ year career I can count on one hand the mistakes where something printed incor o your gut and see if I am the catalyst you need to take your business and your life to the next level

I hope to speak to you soon. I would love to help you become the woman your little-girl-self thought you would be.